Herbal Tea


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Did You know that tea is packed with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, herbal teas are a natural way to start this year off with a healthy start!

 

Herbal teas are not only delicious and relaxing, but they can help with everything from detoxifying your body to boosting your energy levels.

 

By drinking tea, you are providing your body with much-needed hydration, which most people forget to monitor during cold, winter days.

 

Tea can relieve insomnia, calm an upset stomach, and help fight viruses and infections. Teas also have been proven to help protect against cancer, heart disease and diabetes; encourage weight loss, helps burn fat, reduces stress,  prevent clogging of the arteries, reduce risk of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, reduce risk of stroke, lower cholesterol and promote mental alertness. And really this list can keep going…..

 

Wow! Drinking tea can really be amazing!!

 

What is your favorite tea?

 

If you’re just getting started here are a few herbal tea recommendations:

 

Chamomile tea:  is known for its soothing and relaxing effect, helps you sleep as well as soothes an upset stomach and is a great source of Magnesium.

 

Peppermint tea:  soothes the digestive track, relieves stress, helps with weight loss, sinus relief, nausea, indigestion helps clear your skin from ache.

 

Dandelion tea: can gently cleanse the liver, stimulate digestion, reduce fluid retention, and relieve pain and swelling.

 

Ginger tea: is great when fighting a cold; soothes upset stomach, heartburn, boost immune system it also helps with weight loss and to lower cholesterol.

 

SleepyTime Tea: A calming blend of chamomile, spearmint and lemongrass.  Helps you sleep, fight colds, ease menstrual cramps, upset stomach, immune boosting and antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, cancer killing antioxidants.

 

You can find an herbal tea to help with just about anything in your body. There are so many different herbal teas out there and I have only listed a handful of the benefits of each tea.

 

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