The Healing Benefit of Teas

A Landscape of Tea

Research Shows Many Health Benefits Found in Teas

Are you a tea lover? Did you know drinking tea infused with specific ingredients is proven to be beneficial to health and is not only a nutrient-nuetral habit? Tea has been brewed from the dried leaves of the tea plant and has been a staple for thousands of years beginning early in China. The consumption of natural herb and plant infused combinations have proven to provide healing capabilities. Below is a list of ingredients, namely teas, herbs and flowers which when combined offer a variety of theraputic aids to the human body. Teas have been known to not only supplement but also grant medicinal aid for many ailments.

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Recipes for Teas Which Aid the Body

TEAS BENEFITS INGREDIENTS

Alfalfa Mint - Vitamins, Minerals, Enzymes - Alfalfa, Peppermint

Aphrodesia Tea - Arousal, Sexual Stimulation - Damiana, Rosebuds, Ginseng, Blackberry Leaf, Sasparilla, White Oak Bark, Dong Quai, Elecampane, Muira Puama, Licorice, Ginger, Marjoram, Echinacea, Natural Flavors

Allergy Tea - Helps With Allergies - Astragalus, Peppermint, Chamomille, Catnip, Strawberry Leaf, Linden, Skullcap, Passion Flower, Valerian, Mullien

Arthritis Tea - For Pain, Stiffness - Burdock Root, Alfalfa, Peppermint, Dandelion, Devil’s Claw

Brain Tea - Helps with Concentration - Gingko, Hibiscus, Eleuthero, gotu Kola, Parsley, Alfalfa, Billberry, Ginger

Breathe Easy - Heavy Congestion - Hibiscus Flower, Orange Peel, Wild Cherry, Bark, Rose Hips, Lemon Grass, Spearmint, Ginger

Calm Tea - Reduce Stress, Relax - Chamomille, Peppermint, Valerian, Strawberry Linden, Skullcap, Passion Flower

Cold & Flu Tea - Remedies Cold - Peppermint, Yarrow, Elder Flower, Rasberry Leaf, Hyssop, Elderberries, Ginger, Echinacea

D-Tox Tea - Cleanse the Body - Burdock Root, Dandelion, Red Clover, Licorice, Yellowdock, Ginger, Peppermint

D-Stress Tea - Battles Stress - Peppermint, Chamomille, Rosemary, Ladies Slipper, Catnip, Feverfew, Wood Betony, Blessed Thistle, Gotu Kola, White Willow, Stevia, Raspberry Leaf, Black Haw

Diabetic Tea - For Diabetes - Alfalfa, Peppermint, Billberry, Blueberry Leaf, Eleuthero, Gingko, Stevia, Cinnamon

Digest Tea - For Gas, Ulcers - Papaya Leaf, Peppermint, Slippery Elm, Cinnamon

Energy Tea - For Energy - Green Tea, Gingko, Eleuthero, Gotu Kola, Licorice, Ginger, Schisandra Berry

Female Balance - Help Balance Hormones - Red Raspberry, Damiana, Nettle, Vitex, Linden, Cinnamon, Rose Petals, Stevia

Green Tea - Antioxidants - Green Tea From China

Helping Heart Tea - For Cholestrol and High Blood Pressure - Red Clover Tops, Hawthorne, Uva Ursi, Burdock Root, Black Cohosh

Kindney/Bladder Tea - Health of Urinary Tract - Marshmallow, Dandelion, Juniper Berry, Uva Ursi, Cornsilk, Plantain, Ginger, Cleavers, Parsley

Male Magi - Prostate Health - Sasparilla, Damiana, Blackberry Leaf, Ginseng, Ginger, Echinacea, Saw Palmetto, Licorice, Dong Quai, Ginger, Marjoram

Nature’s Tea - Colon Cleanse - Senna, Peppermint, Hyssop, Dandelion, Rose Hips, Marshmallow Root

Rooibos Tea - Antioxidants, No Caffeine - Red Tea

Sleepy Tea - Good Night’s Sleep - Chamomile, Peppermint, Catnip, Passion Flower, Linden Skullcap, Valerian, Wild Lettuce

Slim Tea - Helps Curb Appetite - Chickweed, Parsley, Alfalfa, Peppermint, Orange Peel, Cinnamon, Red Clover, Fennel, Stevia

Stay Well Tea - For the Immune System - Echinacea Purpurea, Lemon Balm, Olive Leaf, Elder Flower, Elderberries, Lemon Peel, Ginger, Goldenseal

Toner Tea - For Skin, Hair, Nails - Horsetail, Sage, Alfalfa, Peppermint, Kelp, Red Raspberry

Tummy Tea - Upset Stomach, Heartburn - Papaya Leaf, Peppermint, Ginger, Slippery Elm


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dagny roth 5 years ago from Neverland Author

Thanks injury! Appreciate the feedback.


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HikeGuy 4 years ago from Northern California Coast

Good material. I found a Tulsi-green tea-pomegranate blend I like. My challenge with teas is that I'm attached to organic espresso so tea tends to seem bland. I usually drink it as iced tea.


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dagny roth 4 years ago from Neverland Author

Hi hike! I know what you mean, I do love my cup-a-Jo! I love teas when I'm feeling particularly blah and need a perk or if I'm in need of soothing! Thanks for commenting!

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