Many people think herbal teas are only for the sick, but this is not true! Recent studies shows that drinking herbal teas help prevent and treat lots of sickness and promote the overall health.
Herbal teas are consumed around the world for centuries because of their great taste and incredible medicinal properties. The powerful antioxidant content are what herbal teas are known for. Different parts of the plants can be used individually or collectively to make Herbal teas like the flowers, roots, leaves, seeds or bark.
Do You Know That:
- 90% of all sickness leaving aside Infections and Accident are related to diet?
- The most advanced medical technology and the best specialist cannot compensate for poor health habits?
- You can prevent health problems, disease, and illness through healthy foods, herbal teas, fitness, and a more relaxed lifestyle?
It All Depends On You!!!
Herbal Teas For Healing & Prevention
Can you boil water? If yes, then you can brew herbal tea! Herbal teas come in teabags or in loose tea form, you can buy already made herbal tea or you can prepare one your self. Below are the 12 healing herbal tea you should try:
1. Chamomile Tea (Matricaria recutita)
Chamomile Tea is a great herbal tea with a unique flavour. It contains essential oils that relax and calm the soul and mind also soothes muscles in the stomach. Chamomile tea has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti fungal properties. It can ease indigestion, irritable bowel problems and colitis.
Choose 100% pure chamomile flowers teas. Use 1 tablespoon of flowers or one teabag per cup of boiling water. Take for 2 months or more for chronic problems.
2. Mistletoe Tea (Viscum Album)
Mistletoe Tea is one of the best healing herbal tea you will come across because of the incredible amount of health benefits of mistletoe. Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that grows on other plants and there are over a thousand known species. Their healing properties differs depending on the host plant.
Mistletoe Tea health benefits including its ability to treat cancer in a number of ways, prevent diabetes, soothe respiratory distress, calm the nervous system, lower blood pressure, promote good sleep, cure Ulcer, eliminate inflammation, increase immune system activity, reduce snoring, and decrease menstrual pain.
3. Ginger Tea (Zingiber official)
Ginger Tea is a Tea made from the roots of ginger. This tea can be made as Pure Ginger Tea or found in combination with other herbal tea like Lemon Ginger Tea, Turmeric Ginger Tea. It is an effective herbal tea for treating motion sickness, cold and nausea.
Ginger Tea which has great anti-inflammatory properties can also improves digestion and helps to reduce the pain of arthritis, joints and muscles. It has powerful antioxidant which help reducing stress and cleansing chemicals and free radicals accumulated on our bodies. Ginger is also a great herb for fighting cold and reducing menstrual cramps.
4. Peppermint (Mentha x piperita)
This tea helps banish indigestion.
Fresh or dried, mint tea is a super way to ease stubborn indigestion and gas and to quell nausea and vomiting. The full benefits will not be achieved when you use other mints, such as spearmint or mint flavour, because only true peppermint contains the digestive aid menthol.
Use 1 tablespoon of mint leaves or 1 teabag of pure mint tea (or more, according to taste) per cup of boiling water.
5. Moringa Tea (Moringa Oleifera)
Moringa oleifera is a plant that has been praised for its health benefits for thousands of years. Moringa contains specific antioxidants, anti inflammatory, vitamins and minerals as well as health promoting ingredients which offer palliatives to malnutrition, hunger and diseases.
Drinking Moringa Tea as your regular tea will benefit you in numerous ways. Boost immunity, anti-aging, brighten your sight, relieve stress, improves digestion, nourishes the skin, increases energy and strength, promotes mental clarity, cures arthritis and rheumatism.
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6. Hawthorn Tea (Crataegus)
Teas which contain Hawthorn promotes vascular health and reducing high blood pressure
Hawthorn tea is well known for its great antioxidant and medicinal properties and can prevent cardiovascular diseases. The antioxidants in hawthorn tea can increase the circulation and prevent plaque built up in the arteries. It has the ability to eliminate plaque build-ups in the arteries and increase blood flow into the coronary arteries, thereby stabilizing blood pressure and ensuring the heart remains in excellent health.
Hawthorn is mixed with lowcost bean Mistletoe and garlic to produce Nozie Hypertension Regulating Tea which is used to stabilize the blood pressure without any adverse side effects.
7. Turmeric Tea (Curcuma longa)
Turmeric is native to Southeast Asia and is a member of the Zingiberaceae or ginger family. It has been used as an herbal remedy for thousands of years in Indian Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine.
The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin.
Drinking turmeric tea is believed to bring about several benefits, some of which are reduce arthritis symptoms, boost immune protection, help reduce cardiovascular complications, help prevent and treat cancer, Protects against liver damage, gallstones, and manages liver conditions, help prevent and manage diabetes.
8. Thyme Tea (Thymus vulgaris)
Reduces cough, bronchitis, sinus pressure.
Thyme is a great herbal remedy rich in minerals, flavonoids and antioxidants. One of the oils in thyme known as “thymol” can help to increase the omega 3 fatty acids essential for growth of brain cells. According to a study by the Biochemical and Biophysical Research, thyme oil can help to protect brain cells against aging and can prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Sip thyme tea to help relax the bronchial spasms that trigger coughing due to colds or bronchitis. Use 2 teaspoons of dried thyme per cup of boiling water, steep for 10 minutes, and drink three times a day.
9. Hibiscus Tea (Hibiscus sabdariffa)
Hibiscus tea itself is prepared by boiling parts of the hibiscus plant, known by its scientific name Hibiscus sabdariffa, particularly the flower. Hibiscus tea is a very popular drink throughout the world and is often used as a medicinal tea.
The health benefits of hibiscus tea include relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as digestive, immune system, and inflammatory problems. It helps to cure liver disease and reduces the risk of cancer. It can also speed up the metabolism and help in healthy, gradual weight loss. Hibiscus tea is rich in vitamin C, minerals and various antioxidants, while also helping in the treatment of hypertension and anxiety.
10. Garlic Tea (Allium sativum)
A popular remedy for cold symptoms, such as congestion and cough.
Garlic tea can be made with a variety of different ingredients like garlic ginger tea, although garlic, lemon and honey are the most common. Garlic tea does not contain caffeine unless you combine it with other teas with caffeine.
There is almost no ailment that garlic hasn’t been credited with curing or relieving. Studies on raw garlic has shown to have antibacterial, antiviral, antiparasitic, and antifungal properties. Studies investigating its power to lower blood pressure and reduce your risk for heart disease have also provided mixed results.
It is important to remember that drinking garlic tea may not provide the same benefits as consuming raw garlic.
Nozie Teas with natural Garlic are:
11. Passion flower Tea (Passiflora)
Helps insomnia and anxiety
Modern day herbalists recommend passion flower tea as a powerful nervine tonic to treat stress, anxiety and to help the mind prepare for a restful night’s sleep.
The leaves of the medicinal passionflower plant have active compounds known as flavonoids and alkaloids. Like chamomile, valerian root and lavender, this great medicinal herb can help sleeping problems and combat stress and anxiety.
According to a study by University of Maryland Medical Center, passionflower was as effective as the drug oxazepam (Serax) for treating anxiety symptoms. Another 2001 study, published by the “Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics” indicates that passionflower is very effective in treating anxiety and stress.
12. Bitter Tea (Natural Bitters)
Great for detox and improves digestion and liver function
The best of Bitter Tea is a 100% blend of well formulated premium quality bitter herbs. Nozie Detox Bitter Tea composed of Aleo vera, Allium sativa, Vernonia amygdalina, Azadirachta indica, Ocimum gratissimum and Moringa Oleifera.
Bitter Teas Reduce free radicals and remove harmful toxins in your body thereby boosting immunity for a strong resistance against diseases. It is a protector and a cleanser for the digestive system.
Let us know which of these herbal teas you’ve tried and how you feel about it in the comment section ⬇️⬇️