Top 10 Herbal Teas with Healthy Benefits You Need Know
What drinks will you treat yourself while working? Coffee, green tea or other drinks? Here we will recommend top 10 herbal teas, which may relieve insomnia, calm an upset stomach, or fight viruses and infections.
I really recommend drinking peppermint tea to relieve the symptoms of abdominal gas and bloating, and to relieve muscle spasms. Peppermint tea can be made using fresh herbs from the garden and it is one of the easiest herbs to grow.
Ginger tea, one of the most popular herbal teas, can be used to curb nausea, vomiting or upset stomach due to motion sickness. Make fresh ginger tea by simmering a piece of ginger root on the stove for 10 to 15 minutes, and add fresh lemon juice and honey when you have a cold for a powerful germ-fighting combination.
It can be helpful with digestion after a meal. Chamomile tea is recommended in case of cough and bronchitis, when you have a cold or fever, or as a gargle for inflammation of the mouth.
Jasmine tea, picked as one of the top 10 herbal teas, has many health benefits, like reducing risk of heart attacks, strengthening immune system, preventing diabetes. Also, it helps prevent cancer, while reducing stress, improving digestive processes, and lowering cholesterol.
Rosehips are the fruit of the rose plant and are one of the best plant sources of vitamin C, which is important for the immune system, skin and tissue health and adrenal function. By the way, lemon water is also rich in Vitamin C.
Milk Thistle and Dandelion Tea
When consumed as a tea, milk thistle or dandelion are gentle liver cleansers. They help the liver to regenerate and function at a higher capacity. They can also assist in the production of bile, which can help with our digestive process.
Lemon Balm Tea
Lemon balm is helpful for lifting the spirits, a good alternative to coffee. It can help improve concentration and is safe for children and may help prevent nightmares when consumed before bed.
Rooibos contains a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties, leading many to believe the tea promotes healthy skin and significantly helps to soothe the effects of aging. High in vitamin C as well as other minerals, rooibos has a sweet aroma with notes of caramel. Thus, it generally has a stronger flavor than the other varieties of tea.
Pukka tea, a rich and spicy tea, is blended with cinnamon from India, Vietnam and Indonesia. It claims to “warm your soul and lift your spirit”. And it also contributes to a glowing and blemish-free skin.
Yogi tea, an ancient medicinal blend of fennel, chamomile and valerian root, is best for promoting sweet dreams and a good night’s sleep. If you are suffering from insomnia, it is your choice.
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