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Make sure you’ve got these 6 essential herbal teas in your kitchen press

Happy Tuesday  Everyone!

Kovi  here with a Healthy lifestyle update, today I would love to share with you very useful tips on herbal teas as some of them work wonders!

For bloat- Fennel tea
Fennel tea stimulates digestion and has carminative effects that soothe the digestive tract and prevent the formation of gas.

For cough- Marshmallow tea
Marshmallow is most commonly used to ease sore throats and dry coughs. The Marshmallow’s leaves and roots contain polysaccharides that have antitussive, mucilaginous, and antibacterial properties. Because of this, marshmallow has a soothing effect on inflamed membranes in the mouth and throat when ingested orally, specifically a sore throat. The antitussive properties help reduce dry coughing and prevent further irritation.

For nerves- Chamomile
Chamomile has been used for centuries in teas as a mild, relaxing sleep aid, treatment for fevers, colds, stomach ailments, and as an anti-inflammatory, to name only a few therapeutic uses.

For trouble sleeping- Lavender tea
If you struggle with insomnia, it can seriously impact your life. By brewing a few lavender flowers in hot water, you can steep a wonderful tea that has been used to induce sleep and relaxation for thousands of years. This is closely linked to the flower’s impact on the nervous system, and can also help to clear your mind of negative thoughts or clutter.

For menstrual cramps- Ginger tea
Women who experience heavy menstrual cramps may find relief with ginger tea. Ginger tea was found to be just as effective in treating painful period cramps as Ibuprofen.
For stomach pains- Peppermint tea 

Pepermint tea is a stomach healer that can assist with irritable bowel syndrome, nausea, stomach aches, diarrhea or constipation.



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