Top 10 Best Herbal Teas You Should Try For A Healthy Lifestyle

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What are the best herbal teas you can drink? Discover the 10 best herbal teas that will go perfectly with your healthy lifestyle.
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Herbal tea is a boon to humankind, as it is full of antioxidants, polyphenols, and other healthy nutrients; basically, it is a medicine in a mug and not the one with bad taste. Natural flavors, soothing effects, and energizing boost, a cup of herbal tea can provide you all. Plus, Most herbal teas are caffeine-free unlike coffee, and green, black, or oolong tea. So are you ready to add them to your diet?

✅ Hibiscus Tea
It is an herbal tea made by adding parts of the hibiscus plant to boiling water. It has a fresh, fruity flavor and gorgeous deep pink color but that’s not all; it has a lot more to offer you. The medicinal properties of hibiscus tea are impressive. It is good; for your heart, immune system, liver health and reduces menstrual pain.

✅ Ginger Tea
Ginger tea contains fresh or dried ginger roots. It is super easy to make and comforting; the warm, spicy flavor will soothe your mind and soul. It is full of phytochemicals and antioxidants, which reduce inflammation; and lower the risk of many diseases like arthritis and gastritis. What’s more, it can even save you from cancer.

✅ Chamomile Tea
If you are unable to sleep and tired of turning and tossing the bed all night, then this tea is for you. According to a study published in the journal Molecular Medicine Reports, drinking chamomile tea before bed promotes sleepiness and reduces insomnia. It is due to the antioxidant; apigenin in chamomile tea.

✅ Peppermint Tea
From the very first sip, it feels wonderfully calming. A fresh minty flavor gives you a good breath; you can also use it to gargle to improve the bad breath. It is famous for its benefits for the digestive system;

✅ Lemon Balm Tea
It is a member of the mint family and has the same refreshing taste but with so many additional benefits. It protects the blood vessels, keeps them smooth, and allows the healthy flow of blood, which results in a lower risk of cardiovascular diseases.

✅ Rosehip Tea
Rosehip tea contains the fruit of the wild rose plant. Its stunning color and floral flavor entice the taste buds, plus, It is healthy. It contains polyphenols, carotenoids, vitamin C, and E. All of these nutrients reduce oxidative stress and lower the risk of many diseases.

✅ Passionflower Tea
If you are under stress, having a bad headache, or anxiety, this calming floral tea is perfect for you. You can prepare it by brewing the dried passionflower or tea bags in hot water for a few minutes; you can use raw honey as a natural sweetener in it. It increases the gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a naturally occurring amino acid in the body, which leads to better mood, pain relief, and relaxation.

✅ Sage Tea
Whether you want to calm your frazzled nerves, heal aching gums, sore throat, or even hot flashes, a cup of sage tea can do all. It is rich in vitamin K, iron, copper, zinc, magnesium, flavonoids, and antioxidants. The antibacterial properties of sage tea protect you from plaque buildup, while anti-inflammatory benefits heal the aching gums and throat.

✅ Rooibos Tea
Rooibos tea is a traditional beverage of South Africa and is well known for its nutty, earthy flavor and medicinal properties. It is a good source of antioxidants and minerals like fluoride and copper.

✅ Echinacea Tea
Winters are coming, and so is the seasonal flu and common cold; if you want to stay healthy in winters, try adding Echinacea tea to your daily diet. The immune-boosting and antibacterial properties of this tea will keep you fit and healthy, and it is good in taste, too;


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0:00 herbal tea intro
0:44 Hibiscus Tea
1:35 Ginger Tea
2:17 Chamomile Tea 
3:00 Peppermint Tea
3:41 Lemon Balm Tea
4:13 Rosehip Tea
4:56 Passionflower Tea
5:43 Sage Tea 
6:33 Rooibos Tea
7:19 Echinacea Tea


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Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for a qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information.

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