Natural Cures Not Medicine: Top 10 Must Have Herbal Teas For …

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  • Reduce congestion in a cold or flu sufferer
  • Reduce pain and bloating from gas
  • Reduce cramping from diarrhea
  • Act as a mild expectorant for a chest cold or bronchitis
  • Induce sweating, the body’s natural cooling mechanism. This is a natural way to reduce a fever
  • Relieve nausea without vomiting
  • Reduce nausea
  • Prevent or treat motion sickness
  • Warm the body of someone suffering from chills
  • Induce sweating to break a fever
  • Soothe a sore throat
  • Relieve anxiety
  • Induce sleep
  • Soothe mild nausea and indigestion
  • Relieve a cough from throat irritation
  • 1-1/2 tsp of cinnamon powder or a cinnamon stick
  • 1 tea bag
  • honey to taste
  • Milk to taste
  • Increase blood flow and improve circulation
  • Reduce nausea
  • Ease stomach discomfort, bloating, gas and indigestion
  • Warm the body of someone suffering from chills
  • Soothe a sore throat
  • Reduce cold symptoms

5. Lemongrass

  • aid in digestion
  • calm nervous disorders and anxiety
  •  aid in the treatment of high blood pressure if a daily cup is enjoyed
  • dilate blood vessels and improve circulation
  • act as a mild diuretic to reduce fluid retention
  • enhance  the immune system
  • relieve pain
  • reduce inflammation
  • provide antioxidant effects
  • shorten illness time for sufferers of the common cold
  • provide a nutritional supplement of Vitamin C
  • improve adrenal function
  • boost the immune system
  • provide minerals such as calcium, iron, silicon, selenium, natural sodium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, phosphorus and zinc
  • increase energy
  • heal tissues and cells
  • provide vitamin C
  • treat diarrhea
  • reduce pain and inflammation from sore throats
  • provide an antibacterial effect against H pylori, the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers
  • provide immune-boosting antioxidants
  • provide high levels of salicylic acid, which gives them similar properties to aspirin, such as pain relief and fever relief
  • reduce inflammation of the gums
  • provide pain relief – it is a powerful analgesic
  • break up mucous and work as an expectorant
  • provide  a fragrant decongestant in a steaming cup of tea
  • treat strep throat or tonsillitis – it relieves pain and provides a wash of antiviral and antibacterial components
  • fight off viruses – it was used historically against shingles, mumps, and cold sores
  • calm anxiety and nervousness
  • aid in sleep
  • aid the digestive system by reducing spasms and quelling heartburn
  • reduce nausea

Source: theorganicprepper.ca

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