Benefits of Herbal Tea

Herbal teas can supply natural relief to common ailments.


Few indulgences make us forget our troubles and melt stress away like snow in the spring, but herbal tea might be able to fix that. Four herbal teas of interest include peppermint, chamomile, ginger and lemon balm.

Peppermint enables digestion, soothes nausea and opens pores in on the skin. It also is an anti-fever catalyst which keeps body temperature down and leaves a cooling sensation. Peppermint can work just as effectively for queasiness as an over the counter drug with few side effects if any.

Chamomile is another herb that assists with a disagreeable stomach. It encourages a mellow attitude, body and mental state. After having consumed chamomile, a person may notice that they think more clearly and feel calmer.

Dandelion, a common wild plant present in many a gardener’s yard, but is mostly ignored. However, it possesses incredible healing properties. It can regulate the liver, blood circulation, soothe skin irritation, fight gout, combat cancer and other long-term illnesses.

Last but not least is lemon balm. Lemon balm as a tea is effective for migraines, mental strain, irregular heart beat and slight bouts of insomnia.

The potency of herbs have been a grand alternative to over the counter drugs because they are natural, less expensive and have little to no side effects. Plants’ healing value is preferred as prescription drugs often inflict damage upon the body and impose new illnesses that may require even more medication to correct.
Whenever possible, it could benefit the user to exchange certain medicines for herbs in certain situations. One should also take note to discuss any changes in diet and medicine use with a physician so they can approve their usage in concurrence with an illness and or suggest another natural supplement.

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