herbal teaHerbal tea remedies contain countless health benefits, especially when you become stricken with the flu, sore throats, fevers, and even bad days.
Tea warms the body as easily as it does the mind and spirit, and it’s an herbal remedy topic we’ve written about before. Some natural remedy herbs become more effective when used in tinctures or teas. Teas also stimulate and hydrate the body when it’s sick or experiencing stress. Items such as herbal marshmallow, cheeseweed, and ginger are all common herbs that make excellent home remedies best used in teas!

Teas are a simple, inexpensive, and natural way to enjoy your favorite herbs. Teas are great for hydrating the body, and overall they’re a wild ride for your senses. From the feel of the warmth of the cup in your hands, to the aromatherapy of the beverage’s fragrance, teas are naturally calming—and delicious.

Here are a few different herbal teas and what they’ll help you with:

Ginger Tea: Great for curbing nausea, vomiting, or an upset stomach due to motion sickness.

Rooibos Tea: Offers a ton of antioxidant properties to help you keep sickness, disease, and even the signs of aging at bay.

Lemon Balm Tea: Having a bad day? Lift your spirits with a tea made from this easy-to-grow plant. It can help concentration and may even prevent nightmares if taken before bedtime!

Milk Thistle and Dandelion Tea: A natural liver cleanser that gently helps your liver regenerate and function better.

Rosehip Tea: An excellent source of plant-based vitamin C to boost your immune system, skin and tissue health, and adrenal health.

For even more kinds of herbal tea to soothe whatever ails you, this blog provides a list of combinations—with their benefits—you ought to try. If herbal tea isn’t cutting it and you’d like to pursue naturopathic remedies, contact us and let us know how we can help.