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Recipes & Health Benefits of Different Kinds of Tea

 Tea is a wonder drink. Beyond being one of the best drinks to enjoy when you're upset or feeling low, beyond having many health benefits both as a drink and as a plant, tea can be used for a plethora of other uses, as you'll discover in this collection below. You'll find here no less than 11 guides to tea, from terrific health benefits you didn't know about to using it around the house for excellent life hacks - click on the posts you want to read!

10 Reasons to Drink More Chamomile Tea

I enjoy sipping on chamomile tea before bed - I find it to be rather soothing. While this extraordinary herb is best known to soothe your nerves and promote better sleep, it has many other health benefits too.

Drink Banana Tea to Enjoy a Good Night's Sleep

While there are a number of natural remedies and herbs to help put you to sleep, This organic, banana-infused sleep remedy works wonders and it tastes great too.
This healthy drink helps promote a good night's sleep, cleanses the blood, heals digestive issues and is an anti-inflammatory that helps protect against cancer.
Although oregano is commonly used in kitchens to add flavor to hot meals and salads, one of the very best ways you can reap the benefits of oregano is by drinking it as a delicious tea. Here we’ll show you how to make this health-giving brew.
Turmeric ginger tea is made by brewing turmeric powder and ginger root together in hot water. Both of these ingredients are normally used individually for their nutritional and medicinal effects, but they become even more powerful when they’re combined together. Let’s take a look at the health benefits of turmeric ginger tea.
This popular herbal tea is made by steeping the dried root of the burdock plant. Most of the benefits of burdock root tea come from the significant levels of luteolin, quercetin, and other antioxidants, as well as folate, potassium, vitamin B6, manganese, magnesium, calcium, iron, and phosphorous.
Green tea has been consumed all over Asia for centuries and over the last decade, tons of research has linked green tea to a range of health benefits. Here are 8 of them.
Oolong tea, like all other teas, has a number of health benefits. If you haven’t tried it before, you’ll make sure you do after you have read this post!
This unsung hero is mostly purchased for its pleasant aroma and delicious taste, while its impressive health benefits usually go unnoticed. To make things right and clear up this confusion, we decided to dedicate an entire article to the health benefits of jasmine tea.
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.
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.
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