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Some Essential Health Benefits of Herbal Tea

Less numbers of people know that herbal teais one of the most beneficial tea that give large numbers of health benefits. There are various numbers of people who are extremely conscious about their health so for those people drinking this natural tea is most beneficial. By drinking it, you can easily maintain health and good health.You will get massive numbers of health benefits like relieves the nervousness of mind, boost immune system and so on if you are drinking this natural beverage in your daily life. This tea is also helpful to decrease the risk of cancer, alleviate rheumatoid arthritis and eliminate heartburn. One of the best things about it is that it not made from the Camellia Sinensis bush, the plant from which all teas are made.

Well, Herbal tea is nothing but the combination of boil water and herbs. There are various different types of herbs obtainable from which you can prepare it as per your choice and need. It also has the capacity of fat burning that helps you to reduce your extra amount of weight. Lots of catechin polyphenols, antioxidants are obtainable in this natural tea that helps to decrease the growth of cancerous cells. This natural beverage is also known as healing herb by which you can solve any health problem but you have to consume it for long time for relive. This tea is not made from the leaves of tea but it is made up from the natural herbs like dried leaves, seeds, grasses, nuts, barks, fruits, flowers, or other botanical elements and boiled water.

One can easily prepare herbal tea at their home; just they have to boil water and mix some herbs in it and make it boil for 5 to 10 minutes. Among ancient people, this is most popular kind of drink that also known as healing herb. It is most popular for tea among ancient people from Egypt, China and India because it gives lots of benefits to drinkers. It is also known as liong cha (Cantonese) or liang cha (Mandarin) in Chinese language. As it gives huge numbers of benefits to our health so you have to add it in your daily diet. By drinking herbal tea, you can soothe the body and relieves the nervousness of mind. It doesn’t contain any kind of caffeine so there is no need to bother about it.

About the author: By drinking this natural beverage, you will get various benefits such as relief from a particular condition, relaxation and rejuvenation. There are various different types of herbal tea like peppermint, Anise seed, Chicory root, Lavender, Chamomile, Chicory root and many more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Does anyone have any ideas on how to eat bee pollen? I’ve put it in my oatmeal and on my toast and into my tea
    BTW does anyone know if putting it into hot tea lowers it’s nutritional value?

    • ANSWER:
      Usually cooking any type of ‘food’ depletes some of its nutritional value.

      What exactly does bee pollen taste like, if it has a taste? If it doesn’t have much of a taste, then I would guess you could pretty much sprinkle it on anything before you eat it.

      Try it on a salad, on top of fish, on your ice cream, on rice, a bagel, dust the top of a cake with it instead of using powdered sugar…..

  2. QUESTION:
    How far can a worker bee range to collect pollen from flowers?
    I was sitting with my cup of tea this morning observing a little worker bee busying itself with hopping around the daisies on the lawn where I am staying.

    To my knowledge there are no beehive farms anywhere near this neighbourhood and so I was curious as to how far they actually can range to do their amazing business.

    • ANSWER:
      “…foraging area of a colony may comprise several square miles; honey bees flying 2 1/2 miles in all directions..”

      http://maarec.cas.psu.edu/bkCD/HBBiology/bee_behavior.htm

  3. QUESTION:
    If you have pollen-based allergies, why not try honey produced from local bees?
    Assuming you’re not allergic of course. Eating honey from local bees helps your body adjust to the local pollen, so at this time of year you won’t suffer as much sinusitis and pollen allergies. It can’t hurt you to try, so why not? I recommend unpasteurized, that way it still has healthy enzymes. If the honey is quality it shouldn’t contain too much risk from being unpasteurized. A doctor recommended this treatment to my grandmother, eat the honey with her tea, and she hasn’t had a sinus infection since.

    • ANSWER:
      Just to warn you…the skeptics will likely be on soon to tell you that is a myth and your grandmother experienced a placebo effect.
      Personally, I think honey is wonderful. I have used it for mild environmental allergies and it did help, although it takes some time to desensitize (just like it would with an allergy shot) It doesn’t happen over night or in only a couple weeks.
      Honey is also great on minor wounds, especially Manuka Honey.
      Yes, it should be raw local honey.
      Don’t use any type of honey with infants however, due to risk of Botulism.


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