Herbal Tea For Tension Headache

Ginger decreases the production of pain-causing chemicals in the body. Chamomile and linden are mild relaxants that help ease emotional and physical tension 1 cup water 1 teaspoon fresh chopped ginger root 1 teaspoon dried chamomile 1 teaspoon dried linden Simmer the ginger in water in a covered pot for 5 minutes. Remove from heat … Continue reading

Tea: Which One Should I Drink?

There are very different reasons to drink each type of tea along with very different tastes of each tea. The reason you want to drink tea will lead you to an ‘old stand by’ but remember to change it up. Your body adapts to everything you introduce to it. That is why you need to change medication after being on the same one for a long period of time. It is also why we develop allergies to foods we have enjoyed in the past. Wheat is a good example of this: Most people have a wheat allergy due to the fact they have consumed it for years at an over abundance.

Herbal Tea

Herbal tea is made from many sources: plants, roots, herbs, spices, berries, barks, and flowers. There are also teas made from nests, bones, and dung. Any herbal teas mentioned here are with the afore mentioned in mind.

Cold or Flu? How to Lessen the Severity

When I get sick, I prefer to drink tea for a few reasons: My symptoms not only disappear rather quickly but the teas also strengthen my immune system and I won’t relapse. If I’m unlucky enough to catch it once I certainly don’t want it coming back. I also like the idea that once I have fought a cold or flu naturally I haven’t added unnecessary stuff into my body that will eventually lead to the breakdown of my body’s natural defenses.