Herbal tea with a long history of being helpful...

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Petals galore! One more for your tea time enjoyment...

Postby Judith » Mon Jan 13, 2014 7:23 pm

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Here’s another herb tea to vary your drinking habits…chrysanthemum tea boosts immunity, reduces inflammataion, is good for circulation and liver health, is an anti-oxidant...bring it on,herb tea drinkers all!

http://www.bewellbuzz.com/healing-herbs ... a-benefits
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Re: Herbal tea with a long history of being helpful...

Postby GeoffreyHarrison » Tue May 30, 2017 8:32 am

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Re: Herbal tea with a long history of being helpful...

Postby rathore36912 » Tue Aug 21, 2018 5:57 pm

Ofcourse herbal teas are the most effective way to cleanse your body and boost immunity. They are full of health-boosting compounds that can even stop the growth of tumors and cancers. Even the science has begun approving this.
This may be the reaso n why the old people were so healthy and long-living. Now, we are deteriorating our bodies faster than ever.
But, medicinal or herbal teas can help us. These teas are best to heal the body and are caffeine-free as well.
I have found a source with a list of 11 herbal teas whose benefits and possible side-effects are discovered by NCBI.
-Rooibos tea
-chamomile tea
-peppermint tea
-lemon balm tea
-passionflower tea
-rose hip tea
-ginger tea
-sage tea
-chaga tea
-hibiscus tea
-echinacea tea

Source: https://trendsified.com/medicinal-herba ... e-effects/
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