Other Herbal Teas

Our articles go into a considerable amount of detail on the benefits of nettle tea, but many people ask me about the benefits of other herbal teas. I have decided to compile this list to serve as a quick resource for anyone wanting to find out about the benefits of the other main herbal teas.


Dandelion Tea Benefits

Dandelion Tea decreases all types of swelling (inflammation) and increases your body’s production of urine. Because of this, Dandelion Tea can treat: Bruising, Bloated Stomach, Stomach Aches and Eczema.

Fennel Tea Benefits

Fennel Tea also decreases swelling (like Dandelion Tea) meaning it can help with stomach bloating. Fennel Tea is also reported to be used as a treatment for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). Fennel Tea helps prevent flatulence in humans very effectively.

Peppermint Tea Benefits

Peppermint Tea is very good for insomnia, helping you get a better night’s sleep if consumed before you go to bed. Like most other herbal teas, it can also help with stomach pain and can relieve bloating. Peppermint tea can also help develop your immune system.

Green Tea Benefits

Green tea reduces the amount of ‘bad’ cholesterol in the blood (reducing your risk of heart disease) and can also improve prevent wrinkles in your skin. Green tea even has chemical compounds that scientists believe combat depression.

 

As usual please consult a doctor before trying herbal remedies of any kind!

A quick way to make nettle tea

Many people live busy and fast-paced lives, and keeping healthy is important when you have a stressful life.
Here is a quick and easy way for you to quickly make nettle tea in under 15 minutes and boost your happiness, productivity and health.

1)Collect some nettles beforehand (See: finding nettles), or buy some from the internet or in your local health store.

2)Boil some water in a kettle and wait until fully boiled.

3)Put the nettles in with the boiling water (be careful of the spines).

4)Allow the nettles to naturally mix in with the water for about 7 minutes.

5)Gently Stir for 2 minutes

6)Remove nettles and drink!

Note: Please check with your doctor before trying nettle tea!


Nettle Tea Benefits for Hair!

Ever wondered if there’s a miracle pill or drug to prevent hair loss?

Well, you’re in luck! Nettle tea is a really effective way to grow hair. And what’s even better is that you don’t even have to drink any tea to reap its benefits! By simply rinsing your hair with cold/warm nettle tea (make sure it’s not too hot!) you can grow hair and prevent baldness. Nettle tea has many benefits, from helping with weight loss, to helping people with arthritis, and I think it’s important you take advantage of these benefits.

As usual consult a doctor before taking herbal remedies such as nettle tea.


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