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Tea Benefits

Three Homemade Detox Tea recipes for Weight Loss That Work

Apr 8 2017 - 5:12am
homemade detox tea recipes for weight loss

Homemade detox tea recipes are easy to make, and they have the added benefit of losing weight. Weight loss is not rocket science, as it logically involves eating less, eating healthier and boosting daily exercise. You can however, start slowly getting into your own weight loss program by introducing fruits and herbs that will cleanse your liver gently and help you shed that extra weight.

There are many ways to detox and loose weight, but most of them involve long fasts,

Herbs can be used to treat anxiety naturally

Mar 13 2017 - 5:45am

Anxiety is a terribly uncomfortable state of being which can be very costly for your productivity. Tranquilizers to treat anxiety generally cause more harm than good due to side effects. Effective herbal remedies for anxiety are therefore far more desirable than taking pills for this condition.

Anxiety can have devastating effects on your life when it escalates to crippling degrees of severity.

The Cure for Fire: How Tea Can Heal You

Jan 16 2017 - 8:55am
curing burned wound

In Ancient China, they called tea, “[that which] is cold and lowers fire.” Inflammation was known as “fire” in China, which is understandable given inflammation's symptoms (feeling of heat, redness, and etc.) But the Ancient Chinese knew tea heals your body in many more ways – here's a bit about the health benefits of tea and what scientists have found.

Traditional Chinese Medicine holds that tea can cure inflammation, cancer, metabolic syndrome, diseases of the heart, and more. Does science back up these claims? Yes!

How Green Tea Extract Affects Cholesterol in Women

Nov 16 2016 - 8:02pm
green tea extract affects cholesterol in women

Consumers are used to hearing about the weight loss and antioxidant virtues of green tea extract, but evidence that this natural remedy can have a positive effect on cholesterol has been short changed. Now a new study has found that green tea extract can be beneficial for women concerned about their cholesterol.

Unhealthy levels of total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, and high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol are considered risk factors for a variety of

Teas for Treating Constipation

Sep 4 2015 - 12:41pm
teas for treating constipation

A variety of teas can be used to help relieve the symptoms of constipation. However, too much of some teas can actually cause constipation or other undesirable reactions, so it’s good to know what to look for when shopping for teas for treating constipation.

Generally, any tea that contains caffeine and/or tannins can have a diuretic effect, which may contribute to or worsen constipation since it promotes the removal of fluid from the body.

Does Passionflower Tea Work and is it Safe? Here's What You Need to Know

Sep 12 2013 - 9:37am
Passionflower Tea

On a recent episode of The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Oz recommended that women over 40 who experience mood swings that will not easily correct itself can help bring back normal hormonal balance to their mood by drinking one cup of Passionflower tea a day. Dr. Oz explained that this has to do with the fact that the pituitary gland - which is responsible for controlling hormone levels - changes as a woman ages and is the reason why younger women are better able to recover from a bad mood brought on by stress more quickly than older women.

Old Home Remedies for Treating Inflammation at the Cellular Level

Dec 2 2011 - 2:33pm
White Tea for Treatment of Inflamation

White tea, witch hazel and rose tincture - three old home remedies used in the past for treating a variety of ailments have recently been tested in a study for their effectiveness in the treatment of inflammation at the cellular level. Inflammation underlies the initiation of several diseases including cancer and has been referred to as a “secret killer” in healthcare.