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12 Herbal Teas And Their Benefits

Herbal Teas are wonderful for all sorts of ailments.... but how do you know what tea, has what effect? Today we'll show you the benefits of 12 teas and how they can help you!



Chamomile - soothes stomach, relieves anxiety, diarrhoea, nausea, reflux cramps


Cinnamon - warms circulation, regulates glucose and metabolism


Citrus Peel - antibacterial, stimulated digestion and metabolism


Ginger - relieves nausea, diarrhoea, indigestion and cramping


Hibiscus - antioxidant, soothes sore throat, gum disease, reduces high blood pressure


Fennel - relieves indigestion, soothes stomach


Juniper Berry - natural diuretic, aids urinary support


Peppermint - relieves indigestion, snuffly colds, hot flushes, stimulates brain


Lemongrass - relieves indigestion, bloating, flatulence, headaches, nervous exhaustion.


Rose Hips - antioxidant, maintains resistance in winter, strengthens tissues


Sage - emotionally uplifting, helps with PMS and menopause


So you see, instead of reaching for your pain killers that are loaded with chemicals, why not try an alternative first.


If you have these herbs to hand, simply place them in a cup, pour over boiling water that's been allowed to cool a bit, then steep for 1-2 minutes. If its a bit strong, simply add more water. Im a huge fan of ginger tea and now I know why.... If I've had a big meal and included a couple of wines, I wonder why I feel a little bloated and have indigestion. One cup of ginger infused tea sees me right! Give it a try next time you're experiencing any of the symptoms above.


If you have these herbs to hand, simply place them in a cup, pour over boiling water that's been allowed to cool a bit, then steep for 1-2 minutes. If its a bit strong, simply add more water. Im a huge fan of ginger tea and now I know why.... If I've had a big meal and included a couple of wines, I wonder why I feel a little bloated and have indigestion. One cup of ginger infused tea sees me right! Give it a try next time you're experiencing any of the symptoms above.





DISCLAIMER: The above information is not intended to provide diagnosis,

treatment or medical advice... Whilst we truly believe in the benefits of such teas, tinctures and products the information (and the delivery thereof ) and other content provided on this blog is for information only, it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from a healthcare professional.