Calming, soothing, anti-inflammatory. Great for nervousness, PMS, cramps, flatulence, and colds.
A Chinese herbal tea remedy. Lowers blood pressure, relieves headaches, helpful for cold & flu, helpful for skin issues, may help tinnitus, helps dizziness, and has been believed to help mental alertness and vision.
Liver decongestant, cleansing, diuretic. Great for bile secretion, indigestion, constipation, and helpful for skin conditions.
Immune system support, anti-inflammatory, tissue healing, blood and lymphatic cleanser. Helpful for eczema, psoriasis, hives, allergies, fever, cold & flu, weak immune system, slow-healing wounds, allergies, and infections.
Expectorant, enhances breast milk production, gentle liver and bile stimulant. Great for indigestion, nausea, cough & cold, suppressed or insufficient lactation.
Antioxidant, mild stimulant, astringent, diuretic, anti-inflammatory. Great for cancer prevention, treatment of gum disease, inflammation, and mild cases of diarrhea.
Antioxidant, diuretic, immune boosting. Great for lowering blood pressure, lowering cholesterol, colds, and weight loss.
Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, immune support. Great for blood circulation, mental concentration, cancer prevention, enables regular bowel movements and cleanses the urinary tract.
Sedative, anti-anxiety, muscle relaxant, antispasmodic, clarifies thought process and improves memory. Great for depression, anxiety, cramps and muscle aches, PMS, asthma, and topically great as an anti-fungal.
Relaxant and antispasmodic. Great for asthma, bronchitis, spasms and constriction of urinary tract and bladder, muscle cramps, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, upset stomach and flatulence. Topically great for infections, irritable skin conditions, and healing for wounds.
Antioxidant, anti-fungal, antimicrobial. Great for reducing blood pressure, improving circulation, reducing flatulence, improving skin, boosting immune system, calming to nervous system, detoxifying to organs, reducing cellulite, and help tone muscle and tissue.
Soothing, expectorant, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, liver protective, adrenal gland tonic. Great for soothing coughs and clearing phlegm, bronchitis, liver inflammation, ulcers & colitis, and adrenal insufficiency.
Soothing expectorant, soothing diuretic, soothing to lymph and mucus membranes. Great for allergies, inflammation, dry cough, mouth sores, respiratory issues, and lymphatic irritation.
Antihistamine, anti-inflammatory, urinary tonic and diuretic, astringent to mucus membranes. Great for seasonal allergies, chronic inflammations, arthritis, excessive mucus discharge, burning or difficulty urinating, and skin disorders.
Stomach antispasmodic, breath freshener. Great for bad breath, indigestion, heartburn, upset stomach, muscles aches, flatulence, nausea/vomiting, congestion and cough, stress, asthma, and skin disorders. The taste and aroma can be energizing and stress reducing.
Antioxidant, antispasmodic, soothing. Great for irritability, mild depression, hypertension, headaches, heartburn, nausea, stomach cramps, healthy skin, healthy nervous system.
Lemon Balm Tea:
It is fragrant to drink and is a very effective tonic to calm nerves and anxiety. Cold lemon balm tea bags help relieve cold sores, or genital sores caused by the herpes simplex virus. Mix lemon balm leaves with valerian to treat anxiety, stress and insomnia. Lemon Balm contains several properties, which control herpes and also regulate the thyroid.
It is not only good for cooking but makes a healthful and highly beneficial tea. Rosemary can help your muscles to relax. Additionally, rosemary is an effective digestive aid as well. If you have gall bladder and liver complaints, drinking rosemary tea regularly will greatly help relieve your symptoms. Rosemary tea also relieves cough and mild asthma symptoms.
When consumed as a tea, milk thistle herb, is a gentle liver cleanser. It contains properties that help the liver to regenerate and function at a higher capacity. “Milk Thistle can also assist in the production of bile, which can help with our digestive process.
These are the fruit of the rose plant and are one of the best plant sources of vitamin C, which is important for the immune system, skin and tissue health and adrenal function. Consider reaching for rosehip tea next time you need a health boost.
Picked, dried in the sun and infused with boiling water, blackberry leaves are the essence of most berry-flavored teas. Studies suggest that the leaves contain a healthy dose of flavonoids, which are known for their antioxidant activity.
The leaves, flowers and berries of the hawthorn plant are used in a variety of peach- and berry-flavored teas. The plant is believed to contain flavonoid-like complexes that help improve cardiovascular health by helping to relax and dilate blood vessels, which increases blood circulation and lessens stress on the heart. Hawthorn berries are also believed to relieve water retention by draining the body of excess salt.