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Organic Herbal Tea: An All-Natural Remedy for Common Ailments

The recent monsoon weather only spells disaster as people start catching colds and falling sick. However, a trip to the doctor isn’t worth the hassle all the time, especially when you’ve got a cup of red rooibos tea conveniently at your disposal. Flower teas such as chamomile tea and rose tea have antioxidant and antiviral properties, keeping colds and sore throats at bay. A cup of herbal fruit tea does indeed keep the doctor away - read on for 5 all-natural quality tea remedies for common ailments you might face in your daily life.

Treat sore throats and colds with organic ginger tea and lemon

Organic ginger tea is a surefire way of boosting the immune system, for ginger expels toxins and warms up your body. When paired with red rooibos tea, some honey and a few slices of lemon, your cold will be gone in no time! The organic ginger tea and honey can soothe scratchy throats, while the antioxidants in the red rooibos tea work as prevention for more chronic conditions such as cancer.

Simply brew a cup of organic ginger tea and red rooibos tea, and pour it into a jar. Add 1 tablespoon to the organic ginger tea and red rooibos tea mixture and stir well. Add a few slices of lemon and voila - your cup of herbal fruit tea has turned into the perfect immune system booster.

Relax your mind and treat headaches - chamomile and lavender tea

Chamomile tea has long been hailed as the best quality tea amongst all flower teas for headache relief - chamomile tea contains compounds to help with pain relief and its mild sedative effect aids in relaxation. When chamomile tea is paired with a flower tea such as lavender, which produces a similar effect as pharmaceutical relaxants, its soothing effect will be amplified. There will no longer be the need for you to pop a pill to get rid of your migraine; turn to a cup of steaming herbal fruit tea and your favorite book for to unwind after a long day at work.

 

Treat Indigestion with rose tea

Feeling a little discomfort in your abdominal area? Drinking flower tea such as rose tea helps to improve the workings of our digestive system and alleviate discomfort from indigestion. Rose tea stimulates our body’s production of bile, helping our stomach to digest food more effectively, especially food high in fat. Rose tea also has mild laxative effects and is the perfect all-natural remedy for constipation.

Treat sunburns with organic black tea

A steaming cup of organic black tea isn’t only good for starting the day, it can also be used to treat sunburns. The tannic acid in organic black tea removes the heat from sunburns, and other compounds repair skin damage. With three organic black tea bags, brew a pitcher of black tea and let it cool to room temperature. Then, using a cloth, dab black tea onto your skin and let it sit overnight. Wash off the following morning, and the sunburn should be significantly less painful.

Treat razor burns with chamomile tea

Chamomile tea, the powerhouse of flower teas, is also great for treating razor burns. Applying a quality tea bag to the inflamed area helps to soothe the pain while reducing redness and swelling, all thanks to the anti-inflammatory properties of this herbal fruit tea.

 

As seen from the remedies above, sometimes all you need is a steaming cup of herbal fruit tea to restore order in your body. It’s best to purchase quality tea from known brands to ensure that you get the best results.

 


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