Herbal Teas for Various Ailments

Herbal Teas for Various Ailments

If you are being troubled by stubborn ailments and have being on synthetic drugs for a long time, it is time to break free and put your ailment where it rightly belongs – grave. You got to put it in the grave before it sends you there and the best and cheap way to do that is simply sipping a cup of herbal tea.

The word “herb” can make some people piss in their pants. Notwithstanding, the various herbal teas available today are healthy and delicious beverage that you can enjoy. To be precise, the term “tea” refers to infusions of the leaves of the tea bush. This infusion is a mixture of herbs, fruits, flowers, and other plants made with boiling water. It should be noted that there is a clear difference between ordinary tea and herbal tea.

One difference that is notable between tea and herbal tea is that the former has caffeine. However, herbal tea is free of caffeine. And as such, if you are sensitive to caffeine, you are better off drinking herbal tea. Besides, herbal tea is great for women who are trying to avoid caffeine during pregnancy, which makes herbal tea a great alternative for them.

The good thing about herbal teas is that they are made from a huge variety of different plants. They can transfer the health benefits of those different plants to the tea drinker. Drinking herbal tea can be really good and most of the herbs that are prized for their medicinal or restorative capacities are often consumed as a tea to help ease symptoms or treat some ailments.

Let us examine few of these herbal teas and what they can do for your health.

Ginseng tea

Ginseng tea is one of the most popular herbal teas in the world and it has remained a highly valued herb today. It works perfectly as an energy drink and it improves appetite as well as calming stress and treating digestive problems.

Echinacea tea

This is another good herbal tea that is said to have powerful immune-boosting properties. Some people drink Echinacea tea to treat colds or shorten the duration of cold or flu symptoms. It also helps to improve appetite.

Parsley tea

This is a good herbal tea that has proved effective against bloating. Parsley tea reduces bloating by flushing excess water from your body and gives you a new feeling.

Chamomile tea

 

Chamomile is an herbal tea that is great for soothing stomach cramps, nausea, and unwinding before bedtime. The tea has the capacity to help you relax as well as help you to relieve stress and promote a peaceful sleep.

Mint tea

Every type of mints can be used for herbal teas to treat some health conditions. For instance, peppermint and spearmint can be used to relieve oneself of nausea and indigestion. It is not uncommon for parents to give lukewarm peppermint tea to their children who are suffering from stomach cramps or indigestion.

The above are just few of the many herbal teas around. Make it a habit to drink herbal tea and you will have relief from various ailments

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