CAN A CUP OF TEA REALLY IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH

There are so many different teas to choose from, I have my favourites, but always love to try a new one I haven’t had before.  Some teas can be beneficial to your health so read on to find out can a cup of tea really improve your health.

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Herbal Teas

Camomile Tea

This tea is one of my favourites and I regularly drink it before I go to bed. I drink it to help me unwind, but it can also help to alleviate digestive disorders, nervous tension and irritability,  It can reduce phlegm and ease hay fever which is a big one for me at the moment.

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Cinnamon

Cinnamon tea is known to alleviate colds, flu and digestive problems.  It also has the power to settle a stomach first thing in the morning.  A great builder-upper when you are feeling weak.

Echinacea

This tea stimulates the immune system and raises the body’s resistance to bacterial and viral infections, allergy reliever and it is particularly good for cleaning up problem skin.

Elderflower

Try this tea for soothing and clearing chesty coughs, colds and flu.  It relives wheezy and asthmatic chests, the symptoms of hay fever and rhinitis.  It fights fever and builds up the immune system. You also find this helpful 10 ways To Help Hay fever

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Fennel

Fennel tea can help to relive bloating, soothes stomach pain, indigestion and gas. It can also be known to calm inflamed joints.

Ginger

Great for morning sickness, colds and some digestive issues such as wind, indigestion and constipation. I drank this tea a lot when I had labyrinthitis because it helped to stop the sickness feeling. This may also be helpful How To Stop Feeling So Tired

Green Tea

Another one of my favourites. I drink green tea every morning. It is packed full of antioxidants, to assist in reducing free radical damage. It does contain caffeine which is why I choose to drink it in a morning.

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Nettle Tea

Nettle tea is one I tend to drink in an afternoon. This has been known to help the symptoms of hay fever which is definitely beneficial for me. It can also help ease arthritic inflammation.

Peppermint Tea

This is my go to tea for trapped wind and indigestion. It certainly works for me every time.

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There is so many amazing teas to try in the shops today, why not give them a try instead of having a cup of coffee and find out can a cup of tea really improve your health How To Boost Your Metabolism.

Enjoy your day and spend sometime outside if it sunny.

Karen X

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