[YAKSON HOUSE] TIPS FOR ENJOYING HERBAL TEA WELL / HERBAL TEA / HEALING
[YAKSON HOUSE] TIPS FOR ENJOYING HERBAL TEA WELL
Nowadays a word called “healing” becomes more important for people that are frustrated
and stressful. One of the classic healing method is ‘enjoying herbal tea’! Each herbal tea
has special favor and effect.
Then, what’s the method to make effective herbal tea? Let’s
take a look at it! And I’ll also introduce 4 herbal tea that help you feel better!
* How to make actual herbal tea
1.Bring cool water to a boil, and then rinse a non-metal container
with some of the water. Metal containers can interfere with the purity of the tea.
2.Add 2 tablespoons of fresh, or 1 tablespoon of dried herb (or crushed seed)
to the pot for each cup of water.
3.plus an extra 2 tablespoons of fresh or 1 tablespoon of dried "for the pot."
* For iced tea, increase to 3 tablespoons of fresh and 2 tablespoons of
dried herb to allow for watering down by melting ice).
Drinking peppermint tea can relieve the symptoms of abdominal gas and
bloating, and relieve muscle spasms. It’s also good for nausea and for heating
up the body and making it sweat. If indigestion or heartburn are problems,
however, then avoid drinking peppermint tea.
Hibiscus flower tea
Hibiscus flower tea is made from the dried calyces of the hibiscus flower.
Calyces are known to contain high levels of antioxidants and, for good health,
antioxidants are an essential part of our diets. And also contains plenty of
Vitamin C. It’s a great medicine for cold. They help to rid our bodies of
free radicals and protect us against chronic disease, such as heart disease,
rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, and cancer.
Chamomile tea can be helpful for insomnia. It can also be helpful with
digestion after a meal. Huska recommends chamomile in cases of cough
and bronchitis, when you have a cold or fever, or as a gargle for inflammation
of the mouth. Be sure to steep it well to get all the medicinal benefits.
High in vitamin C as well as other minerals, rooibos has all sorts of health
benefits. An easy drinking tea, it’s largely grown in South Africa and has been
touted for its antioxidant properties—which may in turn help ward off disease
and the signs of aging. It has also been shown to help with common skin concerns,
such as eczema.