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Plant, brew, drink
Collection of medical herbs, teas and infusions
If you like to drink a cup of natural herbal tea, have fresh mint or basil or if you are interested in nature and gardening, this is for you.
You can plant some of the herbs in your backyard and use them. Gardening can give you joy and at the same time is one of the good physical activities that will help your body to be fit.
Stay tuned to become more familiar with the world of these plants.
Basil tea for stress control
Rosemary tea to disinfect
Wild thyme tea as a strong antibiotic
Lemon balm with a world of benefit
Salvia tea for relaxation
Nettle tea for reducing blood sugar and fat
Peppermint to control intestinal and stomach pains
Tarragon tea to help the liver
Eucalyptus tea for treating bronchitis and sinusitis
Five finger tea for therapeutic effects on the uterus
Blueberry tea for weight loss and improve brain function
Savoury tea for antimicrobial, analgesic, spasticity and anti-bloating
Organ um vulgar e tea as a parasite cleanser
Lemon verbena tea to enhance memory and treat insomnia
Pennyroyal tea for relieving digestive and intestinal infections
Cranberries tea for treating diseases such as urinary tract infection and kidney infection
Acai berry tea for treating diseases such as urinary tract infection and kidney infection
Red rose tea for body's resistance to inflammation and enhance the lungs
Rooibos tea for bone mineralogy and weight loss
Best time to drink herbal tea is when you make them, fresh and hot. It is not advisable to drink them cold, except for certain herbs, as some effective ingredients are lost when it loose the heat. It is best to drink it within one or two after its ready.
Best time to drink herbal tea is when you make them, fresh and hot. It is not advisable to drink them cold, except for certain herbs, as some effective ingredients are lost when it looses the heat. It is best to drink it within one or two hours after its ready.