3 Most Calming Herbal Teas

Tea is a hot beverage usually associated with breakfast or babies and is used with less frequency as persons become older. Herbal teas are even drank less are they are usually associated with illness and used as home remedies to improve health. Some persons prefer to start their day with a kick and drink a hot cup of coffee, but that has with it the initial high and inevitable low after drinking. Alternatively, you can start off with a calming cup of herbal tea. Not only is it good for health but it helps you to start or end your day the right way.

Peppermint Tea

By using fresh peppermint leaves and steeping in hot water, or sourcing it from your local supermarket allows you to reap the benefits associated with drinking peppermint tea. The smell alone can calm you and make you ready for your day or night depending on when you drink it. It also has analgesic properties which helps with pain relief, strengthens the immune system and can reduce bad breath.

Pepper Mint Tea

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Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea when brewed has a light yellow color and mild taste and is rich with antioxidants and has an anti-inflammatory nature. Easy to source as well, this tea will allow you to have healthier looking hair and skin. In addition, it can also work as an antihistamine and prevent allergic symptoms from worsening. Chamomile tea also works great when combined with other teas to enjoy more than one benefit of another simultaneously.

Chamomile Tea

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Green Tea

The unfermented leaves used to make green tea are rich in antioxidants. Green tea is often referred to as the ultimate anti-aging beverage. While calming you, it also helps to reduce the effects of many chronic diseases as well as improves bone density and memory. It can also be used to lose weight as the ingredient found in it can promote metabolic health as well as include a preventative measure for weight gain.

Green Tea

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