Part of good healing food is from Asia region.Tea would reduce our cholesterol,herbal tea?emmmmm...
HI Lady E, I like chamomile tea it helps relax me. Also If I get a tinge of anxiety I will have a little linden tea. My mother introduced these tea's to me as a child.
In naturopathy, Echinacea tea is
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It's tempting to think that one simple thing will work wonders, but I don't think you can depend on just one thing to make you sleep well. There are so many factors to consider, many of which I've discussed in these two hubs:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Safe-and-Effect … Your-Sleep
Hope they help!
by Elena7 years ago
What’s your favourite Herbal Tea and why?
by Paula5 years ago
What is the best herbal tea available for purchase?For those that know herbal teas, what is the best herbal tea on the market? I have tried Celestial Seasonings, Tazo Teas, Lipton varieties, and more. What...
by dappledesigns6 years ago
What is the best way to use ginger root?I have chopped it up into soup and pickled it - but are there better ways of using this root for health benefits?
by Sinea Pies6 years ago
Has anyone tried Celestial Seasonings "Sleeptime" herbal tea? It's supposed to help you relax so that you get to sleep or to sleep better. Does it work?
by freespiritdhippie4 months ago
What is your favorite company to buy your tea from?I am an avid tea drinker. I love all different kinds whether they are herbal, green, white, black, or fusions. Any other tea drinkers out there? What is your favorite...
by Sajib6 years ago
I think, the medicinal components available in a cup of tea are unlimited like the boundary of ocean.
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