Teas can be an amazing addition to your healing process. Below are our favorite healing teas and their benefits.
Camomile is a timeless favourite, especially before bed. It has been proven to help people fall sleep easier and stay asleep for longer. Studies suggest camomile tea can also help you to relax and clear your mind. After a long day, a cup of this tea is a nice way to unwind tired muscles and tastes incredible.
Peppermint tea has several antioxidant and antiviral properties. It can soothe many gastrointestinal ailments such as indigestion, nausea and stomach pain. Peppermint team is a great option to soothe a grumbling stomach.
Ginger tea, similar to Peppermint, is an excellent remedy for nausea, but its real healing ability is the way it stimulates the body’s immune response. It can help activate and control immune response in the body and ultimately when you consume ginger regularly, it can lead to a higher functioning immune system.
Hibiscus tea is a much-debated tea and touts many healing properties. Research findings show Hibiscus tea can be effective in lowering blood pressure levels. Hibiscus tea can help to manage blood pressure but is not as effective as medication prescribed by a general practitioner.
Echinacea has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antiviral properties and as an immune-strengthening agent. This makes it a very popular herbal supplement. Echinacea tea can also reduce the duration of a cold or flu, minimise symptoms and prevent a cold altogether.
Sage is often thought as a great flavour enhancer in a pasta dish. When used in tea, Sage has been shown to increase cognitive function and can also assist in the reduction of brain deterioration as we age. Try a cup of sage tea to improve to your cognitive ability.
Rosehip helps you move your hips! It also is a great way to reduce inflammation. Recent studies show it can even reduce the pain associated with arthritis and increase mobility far more than a placebo.