7 Herbal Tea’s You Should Try

When you’re sick, little is more comforting than holding a steaming mug of fragrant tea in both hands, warming your face with the hot steam.  Somehow, no matter how rotten you felt before, you instantly feel just a tiny bit better. The great thing about tea is that you can integrate an endless variety of herbs and flavors. Herbal tea is made by steeping the flowers, leaves, seeds, roots, stems, and petals of a multitude of plants and flowers.

Take a look at our list of herbal teas that will make you feel better.

Peppermint tea

Helps to relieve the symptoms of abdominal gas & bloating, and muscle spasms. It’s also good for nausea (without vomiting) and for heating up the body and making it sweat. It’s one of the easiest herbs to grow.

Ginger tea 

It can be used to curb nausea, vomiting or upset stomach due to motion sickness. It’s used as a powerful germ-fighting combination when used with lemon &honey. Also a great digestive aid.

Chamomile tea

A gentle calming tea made from flowers, chamomile tea can be helpful for insomnia. It can also be helpful with digestion after a meal.

Rooibos tea 

An easy drinking tea, it’s largely grown in South Africa and has been touted for its antioxidant properties which may in turn help ward off disease and the signs of aging. It has also been shown to help with common skin concerns.

Lemon balm tea 

An easy-to-grow plant, lemon balm is helpful for lifting the spirits help. Lemon balm is safe for children and may help prevent nightmares when consumed before bed. This herb also makes a refreshing iced tea.

Milk thistle and dandelion tea

When consumed as a tea, milk thistle or dandelion is gentle liver cleansers .Helps with digestive process.

Rosehips tea 

Rosehips  are the fruit of the rose plant and are one of the best plant sources of vitamin C, which is important for the immune system, skin and tissue health and adrenal function.

So, let’s chuck soft drinks and try some herbal tea.

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