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Have you ever thought about what kind of herbs used as a warm tea can relieve colic, or even decrease weight effectively?
Despite traditional folklore and superstitions, using weeds and leaves for healing teas has become more common in the recent years. Even when the results come slowly, herbal teas might be safer than medicines from the pharmaceutical industry.
Allied to the right information, using the appropriate healing plants for particular issues such as weight loss, headache, or menopause has brought millions of women relief.
Dandelion is a useful and effective metabolism booster, besides, it stimulates the body’s ability while metabolize fat molecules.
So, say goodbye to excess lipids from the digestive track, and be prepared to feel your body speeding up the liver’s capacity for turning that fat into energy.
All you need to do is drink 2 cups of dandelion leaf tea a day, or at least, eat fresh dandelion leaves with a salad.
Peppermint brings some precious benefits to menstrual cramps. But why?
Due to its properties as a natural muscle relaxer and appetite suppressant, it successfully relieves the cramps.
Take some dried leaves and add to the boiling water, after you removed the heat. Drink and be happy again!
Chamomile is the most common herb suggested to women when they’re handling with painful menses. Both skeletal and smooth muscle of your body will relax with its effects, of course, a well-known sedative for balancing emotions. A good advice for you is to sip from the beginning of your cycle until the end to feel the desired results.
The best of all, chamomile tea keeps your body, mind, and disturbing emotions in a joyful place.
Cinnamon is a smelling herb, and the best off, it relieves headaches in a couple of minutes.
The cinnamon tea isn't just a mouth refreshing, but an appealing source of iron, fiber, magnesium, and calcium. Besides, its biggest secret is the anti-inflammatory properties found in the plant extract.
In a nutshell, the best homemade remedy for your painful head.
Ginseng tea is the answer for your vaginal dryness issues. Why?
Because Ginseng is the only herb that contains ginsenosides, and thanks to these properties many women are grateful nowadays.
However, if your problem is hot flashes and night sweats, a cup of red clover tea is very effective to ease hormonal imbalance.
Drink at least a cup of tea each day for assuring that the symptoms have decreased.
For pregnancy, Red Raspberry Leaf is for sure the best and safest tea.
So tasty like black tea, raspberry leaves are known for its sweet flavor, besides, without the caffeine.
One of the most important tea for women, which makes their uterus and pelvic muscles become stronger, raspberry leaf has great compounds such as: magnesium, b-vitamins, potassium, and iron.
With only 4 parts Raspberry Leaf, you can prepare a delicious tea. Give a try! Experiment iced in the summer and hot in the winter.
Fennel tea has proven to be harmless, and possess a great dose of vitamin C, iron, potassium, and fiber. After all, the fennel has a milk-enhancing reputation, known as one of the herbs with more chances to increase milk production.
Fennel, or fenugreek seeds, are both the most common milk-makers (galactagogues).
Opportunities for healing are more accessible than ever.
Victor Correa is a visionary freelance writer and copywriter, who loves everything about psychology and entrepreneurship. He enjoys a cup of tea, rainy days, and horror movies.
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