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8 herbal teas and infusions and their benefits

By :Marcela Tupinamba 0 comments
8 herbal teas and infusions and their benefits

Relaxing with a good cup of tea or infusion is perfect for your health if you also want to cure a specific problem. Know the benefits of these drinks!

Tea purists may argue that only drinks made from the Camellia Sinensis tea plant are called tea. The variations we usually refer to as "chamomile tea" or apple with cinnamon are, actually, herbal teas.

Well, in this article, we will only talk about the benefit of the famous herbal teas (sometimes you can find herbal teas with the ingredients of these herbal teas). But when you drink it, it is important that you know that this drink is taken in many places within a ritual that represents honor, and appreciation, so in addition to the benefits that it can bring to your body by its very nature, the habit of drinking it in a quiet environment and just enjoying the here and now is part of what will help you to work.


Matcha

Matcha

Mixed with milk or water, it is excellent to increase metabolism, act as an antioxidant, lower cholesterol and blood sugar like any other green tea.

 

Chamomile

Chamomile tea

It is normally used to calm the nerves, but it also keeps diabetes levels under control and improves physical complexion. If you are interested in using it on animals, it is very good for calming restless rabbits.

 

Lavender

Lavender tea

Its relaxing property characterizes it, making it excellent for people with insomnia, anxiety, stress, and depression. It is also good for good digestion and relieving stomach pains. If you are looking to relieve spasms, it is also recommended. Among other benefits is reducing migraines, colic, loss of appetite, vomiting, dental pain, cancer, and even serves as a mosquito repellent.

 

Star Anise

Star Anise

Its digestive and carminative properties are well known to help relieve gas. If you had a very heavy meal, it calms the intestine and takes away the pain. Due to its properties, it is also very good for removing menstrual cramps.

 

Jamaica 

Jamaica

It is good for the heart, in fact, 3 cups a day are recommended to reduce the risk of hypertension. Its antioxidants prevent the possibility of cancer and the appearance of tumors. It helps lower cholesterol levels and protects the liver. It also helps relieve menstrual cramps, balance hormonal changes, and act as an antidepressant. It is used as an anti-inflammatory, digestive, and diuretic. It is practically one of the most complete infusions as it helps to protect the bones, the skin, the teeth, it is an aphrodisiac, astringent. 

 

Ginger

Ginger tea

It is best to make this preparation with a ginger root. This is placed in a cup of hot water for two minutes and then strained. It has a spicy touch, but its vitamin C activates circulation. Improves digestion and clears the airways. It also helps to release inflammation, nausea and relieves colic.

 

Cinnamon

Cinnamon tea

It contains antioxidants and prevents problems of the cardiovascular system. It is an anticoagulant and helps control cholesterol levels. It reduces inflammation and relieves pain such as arthritis. It also stimulates brain functions, especially in the elderly. It can also kill fungi and bacteria. In the same way, it controls diarrhea and regulates the intestinal rhythm. It also regulates menstruation. Despite this, it is recommended to avoid it in pregnant women.

 

Orange peel

Orange peel tea

Its flavonoids work to combat the aging process. Its orange oil reduces acne and inflammation if taken constantly. To prepare it, you have to peel an orange, cut it into small pieces, cook it over low heat in water with cinnamon for 10 minutes, strain and drink.

 

 

 

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