5 Best Teas for Hot Flashes.
Vasomotor-like symptoms, such as hot flashes and night sweats, appear in many women with the advent of menopause.
A heatwave that starts in the chest and rises to the head generating abundant sweat, especially in the area of the neckline, neck, face, and armpits, even if you have not done any physical activity.
In some cases, you may feel palpitations, feeling of anguish and cold, or chills.
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10 Guava Leaf Tea benefits I bet you didn’t know about it.
Guava Leaf Tea presents the different properties and benefits that for health represent the leaves of this exquisite tropical fruit as is guava, its leaves have the ability to eliminate bacteria, they are antioxidants and much more.. we’re going to know more about its advantages.
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It is a key component of Fu Zheng therapy, Astragalus tea for the immune function in patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation.
Astragalus is able to increase the count of white blood cells that can prevent and reduce infections by viruses and bacteria, including those that cause colds and cases of flu.
In the United States, it is also being studied as a possible treatment for people whose immune systems have been weakened by chemotherapy or radiation.
In these studies,
Astragalus Root Tea seems to help people recover faster and live longer. Continue reading “Astragalus Tea for the Immune function .”
Bitter Melon Tea for Diabetes.
It is a very common plant in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean, where it usually grows in the wild.
As its name says, this tea has a bitter taste, which for many people is not at all pleasant.
But, despite this, there are so many medicinal benefits that have been recognized to it, which is also very consumed.
It is popular in Asia for its multiple health benefits. Its consistency is similar to that of cucumber, although rather more bitter, as its name suggests.
Here we present some of the characteristics of this peculiar fruit, which is gaining place throughout the world.
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What is Bamboo Tea good for?
Bamboo Tea is made from dried leaves to be an herbal decoction.
In addition, it has also been used as a medicine since ancient times as a refreshing and soothing medicine.
It is the tallest shrub in the world and has been used by generations to remedy various diseases, as it contains multiple healing properties.
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Health Benefits of
In today’s world, cannabis culture is growing rapidly, and groundbreaking scientific work is being carried out around the world.
We are learning that there is still much more to discover about the contents of this magical plant.
One of the greatest discoveries made by modern research has to do with the second most concentrated cannabinoid – cannabidiol abbreviated CBD.
THC and CBD are the two most naturally abundant cannabinoids, THC accounts for about 12-25% and CBD >1-4% on average.
If only a quarter of what researchers are saying about CBD is true, this discovery can have as great an impact on modern natural medicine as the discovery of antibiotics.
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Parsley Tea is the easiest and most effective way to get all the wonderful benefits of this herb.
It is a plant that is given very easy and can be found in almost any garden.
You can even cultivate it in your window whenever you water it continuously.
The parsley plant has small white flowers that come out in clusters with small seeds.
It is a herb with many nutrients such as iron, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, flavonoid antioxidants and fibers; It is also rich in vitamins A, B, C, E, and K.
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Red Clover Tea has large amounts of health benefits from the medicinal point of view in many respects, ie, some people may know this type of infusion as something common.
Considered as one of the richest sources of isoflavones, water-soluble chemicals that act like estrogens.
Red clover is great for women with hot flashes, premenstrual syndrome, breast enhancement, and maternal health.
Also, red clover is a source of many valuable nutrients such as calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin C.
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Dragon Well Tea( Longjing ) is China’s national pride.
Because of its exceptional properties, flavor, and aroma, this tea is recognized as the country’s main green tea.
The name “The Dragon Well” is associated with different historical and folkloric descriptions, but is usually associated with the behavior of tea leaves in the water, which, by their movement resemble a dragon.
It is renowned for its high quality and praised for its four qualities: Jade color, sweet vegetable aroma, soft flavor, and unique flattened shape.
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Perhaps, some people in the United States knew nothing about Moringa Tea until recently, however, for centuries it has been used as traditional herbal medicine.
Moringa tea is nothing more than a simple infusion that is prepared with fresh leaves from the moringa tree.
These are dried at low temperature to preserve their nutritional richness.
Then they are pulverized and the resulting product can be used directly to make the concoction or to be collected in sachets, a method more used when having tea.
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Darjeeling tea is a variety of black tea that is booming in coffee or tea-sharing sites or in the naturist stores or specialized in the sale of teas.
You don’t know what their properties, characteristics, and benefits can bring to our organism
It is a blend of tea traditionally grown in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India.
This popular black tea variant is made with Camellia sinensis var and is known for its delightful fragrance, golden color, and rich flavor, and is enjoyed by many cultures around the world. Continue reading “Properties and Health Benefits of Darjeeling Tea.”
Not many people thought about it before, but then the mushroom and tea could appear in a single product.
And that product is no other than the benefits of
Chaga itself is named the “King of medicinal mushrooms”, and has been used in oriental medicinal culture for centuries, with its popularity expanding westward in recent years.
And to meet the growing Western demand,
Chaga becomes tea.
Although for much of the world the fungus Chaga is simply an unknown, this mushroom, which has powerful properties of all kinds and is consumed in northern Europe since ancient times.
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Ginkgo biloba is a medicinal plant from China whose leaves are mainly used in different treatments for brain disorders or low blood flow.
Ginkgo Biloba is one of the oldest trees in existence, and its use in medicine dates back more than 2,000 years.
It is certainly one of the best to treat multiple conditions.
In China, This tree is used since it was known of its existence. Practically everything is used.
From leaves to seeds.
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That Western obsession with aged foods (or fermented!) had not yet reached the scope of tea.
However, if you travel to China you can see that the aged tea is as much appreciated as the 20-year-old whiskey or the most prized champagne.
The authentic Pu-erh Tea can only be made with a concrete variety of large leaf which is located in the Yunnan region, China and the borderlands of Burma and Laos.
In Europe, the Pu-erh is popularly known as red tea, but in reality, the world of Pu-erh is much broader and interesting.
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Yerba Mate is a beverage from South America, very popular in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay.
The consumption of mate goes back to the Guarani people (native Indians who were in some countries of South America).
The “Gauchos” (a Kind of Argentinean cowboy) adopted the Yerba Mate as part of their culture, as well as riding and wearing leather clothing.
They took mate in a group, for breakfast, for lunch, dinner, and before bedtime.
Yerba Mate is cultivated in Argentina, Paraguay and southern Brazil, where the conditions of land, temperature, and humidity are ideal.
Like those gauchos of yesteryear, the mate is part of the daily life of an average Argentine.
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