Did you know that herbal teas are made of dried herbs and spices which usually contains no caffeine, can help you fight loads of diseases and they are naturally health boosters?
These teas have number of properties that help you maintaining your good health to a great extent. They can be used as alternate healthy beverage and extremely effective in long run. If you can make them friends in your life journey they have the capability of helping you and your health immensely and they are the real best friends forever. Let’s take a look at 15 different types of herbal teas. These are mentioned in all ancient books on health in India and China in particular.
We will discuss the recipes and detailed health benefits of each tea separately in my coming posts.
Green tea is high in anti-oxidants, reduces bad cholesterol, helps promoting healthy cell growth, and has a relaxing and calming effect on body and mind.
Black tea lowers the risk of heart disease and diabetes, regulates blood sugar levels naturally, and it has anti-inflammatory properties.
Oolong tea boosts metabolism, good for weight management, it helps treating and improving skin conditions, aids digestion too.
White tea has the highest antioxidant properties, low in caffeine, can lower cholesterol and blood pressure, antibacterial, and protects skin from harmful effects of UV light.
Rooibos tea contains polyphenols that have anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antimutagenic qualities, naturally caffeine-free, has benefits for skin irritations, and contains cancer fighting properties.
Peppermint tea helps improve digestion, it reduces pain, anti-inflammatory, relaxes the body and mind, cures bad breath, aids in weight loss and boosts the immune system and also helps suppress the appetite.
DRIED GINGER TEA
Dried ginger tea has antihistamine properties, anti-inflammatory, eases motion sickness, great flavor booster, helps stomach infection, headache, reduces chest pain, helps treating common cold, and also boosts metabolism.
STINGING NETTLE TEA
Stinging Nettle tea is a recommended remedy for seasonal allergies, energy booster, and great for treating arthritis, promotes lactation, stimulates hair growth, and reduces bleeding connected to gingivitis.
YERBA MATE TEA
Yerba mate tea is extremely nutritional loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, it helps open up respiratory passages, lowers lipids, reduces cholesterol and lowers blood pressure.
LEMON BALM TEA
Lemon balm tea has calming effects, anti-ageing properties, it helps with the common cold and respiratory issues, alleviates digestive problems, and helps treating headaches and toothaches.
Chamomile tea is great for treating sleep and stomach troubles, treats indigestion, eczema, diarrhea and colic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, helps in menstrual cramps, and gastric ulcer.
Hibiscus tea is refreshing, relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as digestive problems, great for immune system, and inflammatory problems. It helps to cure liver disease and reduces the risk of cancer. It can also speed up the metabolism and help in healthy, gradual weight loss, helps lower blood pressure, naturally high in vitamins, diuretic.
RED CLOVER TEA
Red Clover tea lessens menopausal symptoms, can help protect against cardiovascular disease, can reduce the prostate-specific antigen.
- DANDELION TEA
Dandelion tea stimulates digestion, can be used to treat hepatitis, jaundice and dyspepsia, lessens hot flashes, and combats the formation of kidney stones.
Cinnamon tea lowers cholesterol, fights viruses, increases antioxidants, and helps treating arthritis, blood sugar, viruses, and yeast infections.
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