Herbal Tea Remedies

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Herbal tea, also known as tisane, is an herbal mixture made out of leaves, dried flowers, seeds or roots. It is not made out of tea leaves as some people often think. The method of preparing most of these herbal teas is the same with the only things changing being the ingredients and the duration that the teas take before they can be ready for consumption

Herbal teas can be made from several ingredients.

They can also be made from just one ingredient whose main function will be solely to provide relief for certain conditions. Such teas are in most cases characterized by unpleasant tastes but in the end, they always end up as effective teas for certain conditions. Some get backed up by qualified naturopaths while others are just being used blindly while hoping for the best and expecting the worst.

Chamomile tea is one of the most common herbal tea remedies that we have today. The tea is in most cases used as a sedative. Lemon, orange and some other citrus peels may be used for the same purpose. In places like Andes coco tea is a popular herbal tea that is effective for atitude sickness. Such teas are often spiced up by spices like ginger, garlic or even fennel to cure a variety of ailments and conditions that may have baffled doctors.

Tisane can be consumed as relaxants or stimulants. If you have chest congestion, then the best herbal tea solution for you would be ginger tea. It will easily thin out phlegm and clear your throat thus making it easy for you to breathe and even to speak.

There are some herbal teas that naturopaths claim can cure cancer and other deadly conditions. Such teas are suitable for esophageal, gastric, and skins cancers. They may also be very helpful in lowering your cholesterol levels meaning that they will help you to live without the fear of succumbing to heart related issues.

Please note that despite the widespread fuse that herbal teas are the best alternatives to conventional treatment, this does not mean that your medication should be neglected. Herbal teas too can be dangerous and cause you allergies if you are not careful. Some may even lead to death if one happens to overdose the herbal tea. For instance, if you suffer from hay fever, then you just have to stay away from chamomile tea. It is therefore our full responsibility to take good care of yourself and avoid drinking anything you do not know that is not backed by scientific research.

Teas like strawberry leaf teas, nettle leaf, alfalfa and lemon grass leaf are among the best types of teas available in the market. They do not have side effects to consumers unless one is allergic to them. As such, it is very important to also know if a herbal tea is your allergen and then go ahead and avoid it. If you are an expectant woman, it is important that you first get to know from your doctor that the herbal tea you intend to use will beneficial and not harmful to both you and your unborn child.


Article Last Modified Monday, April 30, 2012
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