Category Archives: Healing Teas
We all know that tea is not just yummy in taste but in many ways it is good for your health. In fact, studies have demonstrated that tea has ten times the antioxidants that fruits and vegetables have.
Herbal teas, also known as tisanes, are infusions made from plants’ leaves, flowers, seeds, fruit, roots, or other plant parts.
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 Queen Elizabeth I is credited with having gingerbread men made to distribute to children.
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 fields as a weed. It has other names including: Wild Chamomile, Hungarian Chamomile and Pineapple Weed.
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 give lemon tea a try and see the difference? Not only you will find the taste likable, but the health benefits that you will get from it are immense as well.
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.
Using teas to benefit your health has been around for many generations. Relief can be found by drinking some of these teas for bronchitis, gout, colds & flus, eczema, diarrhea, inflamed kidneys, and 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.
Jasmine has long been loved for its wonderful scent. This climbing plant blooms with one of the most aromatic flowers in the garden.
Hibiscus tea is a herbal infusion made from the sepals of the Hibiscus sabdariffa flower. This tea is used as a form of folk remedy in many cultures around the world.It is also referred to as roselle in Malaysia, karkade in Egypt, bissap in North Africa and red sorrel in the Caribbean. The tea contains vitamin C, minerals and antioxidants and is often used as a condiment, drink or medicine.
Brain, the CPU of your body is the control organ for all your body activities. Memory power of brain varies from person to person and from time to time depending on vivid parameters like disease and aging. Now let’s see some of the herbal remedies to improve memory power of brain.
I seldom had colds, or head and stomach aches as a child. It was an act of self-defence, because my father had a home remedy for any ailment. One of the most unpleasant and, consequently, effective, was his one-two-three punch for coughs, congestion or sniffles.
In the western world today one of the most abused parts of our bodies is the Liver. When its not working in an optimal way it can effect the skin, our eyes and often create headaches. You might realize this after a heavy nights drinking you have a hangover which often means you have a headache / migraine. Well this can often be the result of the liver trying to recover from the alcohol. When the liver is operating optimally you can really feel the difference and that relates to our emotions as well as the challenges we take on in life. So its not just an organ, it is so much more.
Cold and Flu viruses are rife during the winter periods in Europe and North America. But have you ever noticed how some people never seem to get sick. No matter what is around them they always seem to avoid catching the virus. Why is that?
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What is Good Eye Tea?
The actual ingredients of this Good Eye Tea is simple, that tea bag contains black tea, wolfberry in addition to chrysanthemum.
It is not the least bit surprising that tea has become one of the most popularly consumed beverages in the world. In whichever form of tea—may it be loose, in teabags or extracted from fruits and other herbal products—tea is gaining popularity in all corners of the world.
It is a herbal, aromatic plant, which is cultivated. It grows as high as 40-70 cm in the light, in rich soils and it needs moderate humidity.
When spring comes it is time for a liver cleanse. This is a good time to rejuvenate the liver for the coming year of work. One good way to cleanse the liver is to use herbal teas. They are easy to use and they provide a powerful punch to reawaken the liver.
Art is defined as “the quality, production, expression, or realm of what is beautiful, or of more than ordinary significance.” A finely blended herbal tea can be just that; a colorful blend of herbs, varying textures, contrasting and complimenting flavors to create an extraordinary cup of tea.
Teas and relaxation herbs have been used for centuries to help people relax, gain more energy, lose weight, as well as many other benefits. This article will enlighten you on a few relaxation herbs that you can use at home to relax.
All of us are bombarded on a daily basis with all kinds of things that can get us stressed out and there are times that we simply need to find some way in which we can relieve ourselves of this stress.