Herbal teas are made from a combination of single herbs, plants, fruits, and spices. They have a wide variety of health benefits. Most likely whatever health issue you have, there is a herbal tea to help with your symptoms. There are so many more teas than the list I have below. This can be your starter guide for common health issues.
1. Anxiety & Stress Tea
Chamomile has been shown to promote relaxation and to decrease symptoms of anxiety.
Passionflower tea studies have concluded that this is good for treating anxiety due to its assumed GABA-increasing abilities, which promote relaxation.
Kava is one of the common natural herbal anti-anxiety treatments.
Rooibos tea is packed with antioxidants to help fight against the free radical damage that causes skin aging.
Rose-hips tea doesn’t only fights against free radical damage, but it increases cell rejuvenation to keep skin looking youthful.
3. Blood sugar balance
Lemon balm helps with the nervous system and helps regulates insulin production.
Hibiscus has been shown to help inhibit the absorption of glucose in the body and will keep your blood sugar balanced.
Bilberry flavonoids in this tea are known as anthocyanosides and have shown promising results in maintaining blood sugar balance
Dandelion has many liver-supporting properties to help flush out toxins from the body. This will keep your liver functioning properly.
Burdock root tea is a natural dietetic and can help remove excess toxins, particularly heavy metals, through increasing your fluid excretion. It can also boost your lymphatic system and allow for increased detoxification.
Red clover aids in cleansing the liver, lymphatic system, and spleen of toxins.
Rooibos can balance your body’s main stress hormone, cortisol.
Licorice tea balances out uneven cortisol levels.
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