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Tea Time with Herbal Tea


Recently I have been experimenting with different herbal teas. Normally I drink coffee or fruity teas like hibiscus, peach and lemon. After giving birth to “Hummingbird”  the research began of all things natural. Overall wellness is the key to longevity and happiness. Research led me to large amount of information about herbs. From homemade herbal teas that have been used for centuries, to herbs you can grow in your kitchen. Each has a property that can help with nervous disorders, digestion, headaches, insomnia, blood pressure, and a wealth of other things. Although trying them all at one time would be exhausting, the thought crossed my mind. 

In excitement I began taking notes and looking for herbal teas that could help people I know with certain aliments. Here’s some information on the new herbal teas I recently tried. Note these herbs can be ingested, through salves, oils, and tinctures too.
Lemon Grass– Derives from Southeast Asia and Africa. It is very aromatic.   
  1. Great for digestion  natural diuretic
  2. Anti- bacterial
  3. Anti- fungal
  4. Reduces fever

 Valerian Root– Native to Europe and some parts of Asia.

  1.  Neuroprotective (protects the brain)
  2. Boosts brain function
  3. Relieves menstrual cramps
  4. Helps with minor digestive issues
  5. Helps to fight addictions

Pau D’Arco “The divine tree” Native to South America.

  1.  Strengths immune system
  2. High in antioxidants
  3. Helps with fatigue
  4. Manages diabetes
  5.  Fibromyalgia and lupus have been treated
  6.  Anti- fungal  

Although herbs are an important part of a healthy life style, foods are the staple to what can give us energy throughout the day. Fruits and vegetables are the fuel we need. Water too !! 

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 Peace and Blessings  

Here’s a link to purchase online :
You can also find it at Whole Foods and Trader Joes, I would suggest you call first to make sure it is in stock!

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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