Society has taken a shift in consciousness about how one views his/her health and wellness. The old adage "Health is Wealth" is definitely the mantra for this particular time in our history of events.
Herbal Teas and hot drinks have always been the go to reserve for detoxing the body or helping to holistically manage colds and build up the immunity. Herbal teas are often made with herbs or roots derived from plants or fruits with alternative healing and medicinal components. Hot Teas can help sooth an itchy and scratchy throat. Did you know that "thyme" has been known to help relieve respiratory issues and to break up mucus?
Below are just a few simple herbal tea remedies that you can make with very basic herbal ingredients:
Lemon Herb Tea
Take 2-3 cups of water and add to a boiling pan. Bring water to a boil. Take water from the boil and pour hot contents into a 8-12 oz drink mug. Take 1/2 half sliced lemon and squeeze the juice contents into the hot water. Add a few sprigs of thyme herb. Let the tea sit for about 2-minutes. Sip and Enjoy!
Peppermint, Cinnamon and Lemon Tea
Take 2-3 cups of water and add to a boiling pan. Bring water to a boil. Take water from the boil and pour hot contents into a 8-12 oz drink mug. Add your cinnamon sticks or you can use grated cinnamon powder. Also add peppermint leaves and squeeze the juice of 1/2 a lemon or lime into the your hot tea.
Black Seed Oil Tea
Black Seed Oil has many wonderful immunity building benefits. This wonder herb helps to detoxify the body and heal from within.
Take 2-3 cups of water and add to a boiling pan. Bring water to a boil. Take water from the boil and pour hot contents into a 8-12 oz drink mug. Add 1 teaspoon of Black Seed Oil and stir well into hot water. Enjoy!
You can have fun with your herbal tea mix. Use what you already have in your kitchen. The goal is to stay healthy this season and including plant based herbal teas can be beneficial to health and well being.
Take Care and Stay Well!
Note: Always check with your physician prior to using herb based plants and roots if you are currently taking certain medications. Herbs may interfere with particular manufactured medications
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