Tea has been used for centuries not only as a beverage, but as a healing vehicle by which to deliver ail relieve. Teas can help relieve everything from inflammation to insomnia, as well as aid in the lowering of blood pressure, aid in hydration, and boost antioxidant levels. Teas contain an element called nervine that promotes relaxation, and some even have restorative properties that help to repair nerve insulators. Teas are also rich in many vitamans, including the b group.
- Meadowsweet contains chemicals similar to aspirin that can relieve pain associated with arthritis.
- Lemon balm and milky oat teas promote a sense of calm and are ideal if you suffer from anxiety.
- If you are a woman experiencing perimenopause or menopause, teas made from sage or red clover can help relieve negative hormonal symptoms.
“Incorporating teas into one’s diet is a practice that has been used by different cultures through the centuries to promote overall balance and well-being in the body.”