Healing with Teas


There is something about pouring a cup of herbal tea, either by yourself or with a friend, and holding that warm cup in your hands, that makes everything in the world seem alright. There are so many options of tea flavors to choose from these days. So, which do you pick? I’m going to share a few of the beneficial teas with healing properties that will be sure to make your day or night go a little smoother.

Fennel Herbal Tea
Fennel has been used for medicinal and culinary purposes since around 800 BC. In ancient Greece and Rome, it was used for a variety of purposes such as a dieting agent, a muscle enhancer, and to treat kidney stones. Greek doctors even used the leaves and seeds of fennel to create a tea to help nursing mothers increase their milk supply.

Dandelion Herbal Tea
Dandelion tea can be used for weight loss because it promotes the breakdown of fat and cholesterol. It can also improve digestion by stimulating the gastric acids in your stomach, which can then encourage the activity of fat metabolizing enzymes. It is also a diuretic, which means it will help you eliminate excess water and bloating from your body, making you feel lighter. It also helps promote strong bones, as it contains essential minerals such as calcium, zinc, iron, and magnesium, which are important in preventing osteoporosis and anemia.

Cinnamon Herbal Tea
Cinnamon is known to clear the brain, improve cognitive speed, increase focus, and encourage the growth of neural pathways. It is also very effective for calming an upset stomach, gas, and diarrhea, and improving digestive health. The antioxidants help boost the immune system, to guard you against colds, the flu, and infections.

Lemongrass Herbal Tea
Lemongrass is known for its removing properties and it helps the body rid itself of cholesterol, toxins, fats, and uric acid. This helps lower blood pressure. It also contains high amounts of potassium that stimulates blood circulation by increasing the production of urine, relieving fluid retention. Because it is a rich source of vitamins A and C, lemongrass is also great for the health of your skin and hair.

Chamomile Herbal Tea
When chamomile’s vapors travel to the olfactory part of the brain, it reduces your body’s stress and tension, which can also help promote sleep. It helps relax the muscles in the intestines and stomach, which can also help relieve symptoms that are associated with gastrointestinal issues such as pain and anxiety.

Violet Herbal Tea
Violets have been studied since the late 1800s, and have proven themselves to be equal to oranges and spinach in terms of vitamin C and A respectively. Violet is one of the herbal tea remedies for severe headaches. It is also an effective anti-inflammatory that can help relieve bronchitis, joint and muscle inflammation, and skin rashes.

Thyme Herbal Tea
Thyme is both an expectorant and disinfectant, making it a remedy for sore throats. It is also effective in reducing fevers and lessening the duration of whooping cough and asthma attacks. It is also an effective remedy for gastrointestinal discomfort and diarrhea and is safe for use by children. It can also help reduce the pain of a headache.

Spearmint Herbal Tea
Spearmint is helpful in treating colic and gas. Because of its anti-inflammatory effects, it is also a remedy for dyspepsia, stomach spasms, the swelling of tissues, and nausea and vomiting. Because it reduces the inflammation in gastrointestinal tissues, it improves your digestion and nutrient absorption.


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