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A Collection of Healing and Warming Drinks Perfect for the Cold Months

With the cold months slowly creeping into our lives, we thought we might delight your senses with an enormous collection of soothing, healing and simply delicious hot beverages. After all, few moments in life are as satisfying and enjoyable as a hot cup of something good when it’s raining or snowing outside, and it better not be a boring cup of coffee. We’d love for you to try some of these delectable drinks, as we really made an effort to include all sorts of drinks: ones that will benefit a specific health concern, ones that will help your body and soul fight the cold weather, and ones that are just little guilty indulgences.
Herbal teas have grown in popularity over the recent years and are feted by many for the range of health benefits they offer. Of course, in some countries - such as China and Sri Lanka - they have a long history of use for their medicinal qualities, as well as their range of tastes and flavors. When choosing an herbal tea, it's important to understand how each herb can help your health and overall well being. This article will help you select and prepare the right teas to match the health benefits most relevant to you.
There is nothing better than a cup of soothing tea. Of course, there are many varieties of tea out there, and they all provide different benefits and offer different tastes and scents. But I was surprised to discover that our blood type can be used to determine which teas are the healthiest for us. This theory, The Blood Type Diet, is part of the work of naturopathic physician, Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo. If you know what your blood type is, you could benefit from this startling medical revelation too.
One of the best parts of winter is curling up on the couch with a nice large comforting mug of hot chocolate. While we all have our go-to hot chocolate recipes or that easy packet of instant hot chocolate, if you’re really in the mood of spoiling yourself, you should try one of the four recipes below! We are sure that once you’ve made them, your family will be asking for them time and time again.
A bloated belly can ruin anyone’s day, as it can cause pain and swelling, as well as make you feel irritated, sluggish and unattractive. A variety of natural remedies targeting this uncomfortable issue, particularly herbal teas, were used in many medicinal traditions worldwide for centuries. Recently, science caught up to many of these herbal medicines with the goal of proving their efficacy in a scientific setting. These 8 herbs are proven to be effective at relieving bloating. They are accessible and easy to make, as well as quite delicious.
Like food, certain drinks can be considered harmful, whereas others are essential and extremely beneficial for our health. Water is good for us, and sugary drinks are bad, we all know that but what if you’re looking for something more than just hydration? What if you’re looking for a drink that could decrease inflammation in the body and relieve you of the nagging pain and swelling that goes with it? In that case, tea is your best friend. These 6 teas are not only tasty but also particularly suitable for calming the inflammatory processes in the body, be it chronic inflammation or an ordinary cold.
There is gold buried in the ground of the Indian Subcontinent, but this one doesn’t come in the form of rocky nuggets, but a knobby, unassuming root: turmeric. The gold powder the root yields has been in use for thousands of years in South Asia as a dye, spice and also in traditional medicine.
Many people have a difficult relationship with coffee. On one hand, few things are as satisfying as a good old morning cup of joe, but on the other hand, it isn’t the healthiest drink in the world, especially if you take yours with lots of creamer and sugar. But even if you like your morning coffee and wouldn’t give it up for the world, don’t you wish you could switch things up and have an equally delicious and energizing drink from time to time? If so, here are 6 delectable coffee alternatives that are just as invigorating as coffee, but taste different and have quite a few notable health benefits to them.
Looking for more drink options? Here are 8 more warming drinks for you:
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