How to Choose the Right Tea for Every Health Problem

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Herbal teas are the bomb, aren’t they? Or perhaps we should say that tea is excellent in all areas. No matter how you want to say it, one thing is certain, teas rock! Not only are they super delicious, they can be made in a matter of minutes, and they offer relief for a wide variety of health complaints. Tea is the one thing that everyone can agree on, not to mention they give you that warm, comforting feeling when you drink them.

There are so many varieties of tea, however, that sometimes it’s difficult to find the right one to suit your particular problem. Well, rest assured, no matter what you are feeling, there is a tea available that will help put you right and ease those symptoms in a jiffy.

Keep reading and find out which teas work best for your particular problem. Cheers!


1.  Stomachache, Stomach Pain, Nausea?

Try ginger, cinnamon, or peppermint tea. These teas are well known for calming and soothing the occasional tummy upset. Ginger tea is especially good for feelings of nausea. In fact, when you are vomiting and can’t seem to keep anything down, ginger tea is often the only thing that your stomach will accept. Peppermint tea is perfect for children when they get those nighttime tummy aches. Cinnamon helps with overall digestive problems and helps you feel warmer when you have the chills.


2.  Got Insomnia?

Don’t you just hate it when you are really tired but your mind simply won’t shut off and let you get the sleep you need? Try chamomile, lavender, passionflower, or vervain tea. All of these are old time favorites that will calm and soothe both the body and mind. You can probably find “nighttime” or “sleep inducing” tea blends that contain one or more of these teas. Find out top 12 herbs to kill insomnia.


3.  Need to Energize?

If you need a quick wake up tea in the mornings, you can make rosemary or peppermint tea. Peppermint is known to wake up your senses quickly without upsetting your stomach. Rosemary has been shown in tests to improve memory and cognitive skills.

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