HERBAL, FLORAL, BERRY TEAS AND THEIR BENEFITS (PART 1)
WHEN SHOULD WE DRINK THEM AND HOW USEFUL ARE THEY?
We can recommend you a wonderful and healthy way to get warm in winter – teas of lime, mint, rose, dandelion and other plants. Let’s find out what are the benefits of each type of tea and how to brew them correctly.
This type of tea is recommended for people, who suffer from the flu, stomach cramps, kidney diseases, diuretic problems, anemia, insomnia, migraine, rheumatic pains. It is especially useful for men.
Chamomile tea is used for the treatment of the flu, colds, inflammation, as it has an antithrombotic and antimicrobial action.
ROSE HIP TEA
This tea is a source of antioxidants, flavonoids, vitamins (C, K) and minerals that boost the immune system. You can drink it instead of red wine, in case you shouldn’t drink alcohol. In addition, rose hip tea helps to treat diarrhea.
It’s a type of tea that is good for curing cough (drink it with honey), liver problems, women’s pain. It is highly recommended for people with diabetes instead of the usual tea (without sweetening).
It improves mood greatly. This antiviral tea also boosts the immune system. However, rose tea quickly loses its flavor after brewing and it’s not recommended to drink it cold.
BALM MINT (MELISSA) TEA
Balm mint tea soothes and helps with digestive problems caused by breakdown. It relieves stress, pain, improves sleep quality and concentration.