Life can be very stressful. Stress causes many health problems such as heart attacks, strokes, migraines, and depression. Many of these problems can lead to an early death. It is important to find ways to relax your mind and body. This will increase your life span and help you to have a happy life.
Ginger has a long history of use, both as food and medicine. Dioscorides, when writing his medical book in 77 A.D. said of ginger that it "warms and softens the stomach." The Romans first introduced it to Britain, but when they left, it fell into disuse. It made its way back during the Renaissance, when...Read more
When I was pregnant with my 6th child, I used a midwife instead of an OB. My midwife introduced me to raspberry leaf tea as a beneficial pregnancy herb tea, particularly during the final 2 trimesters. Prior to this, I had never even heard of raspberry leaf tea. My only exposure to anything similar was...Read more
If you have irritable bowel syndrome, a condition that doctors usually find hard to treat, why not start with a remedy that is natural and usually effective, not to mention a whole lot less expensive than prescription medication? Brew yourself a cup of peppermint tea to enjoy the best of peppermint. Read more
Chamomile tea benefits have been recognized for centuries. Chamomile looks similar to a daisy with its white petals and yellow disc florets. The flowers have a strong aroma and bloom in the early to mid summer months. It's found in populated ares of Europe, Asia, North America and Australia near roads, landfills or in cultivated...Read more
Lemon tea is a popular beverage that gives the drinker a refreshing experience of drinking tea with its citrusy aroma and tang. Lemon has many medicinal properties, while tea has a refreshing property and when the two are combined their benefits are compounded. If you prefer soda or coffee to tea, why don't you just...Read more
The fresh-tasting tea known as tarragon tea has often been included as part of a calming, relaxing and detoxifying regimen in many spas and healing resorts. In many healthy-menu restaurants, tarragon tea is offered as a final drink to cap off a rich and satisfying meal. Read more
Ginger dilutes the blood, through which improves the blood supply in the brain and lungs, so it can be used by patients with bronchitis, pneumonia and even asthma. Ginger Tea - an effective remedy for colds, runny nose, it promotes expectoration and dissolve phlegm and is actively strengthening immunity. Read more