Best Tea’s For Any Ailment

Tea is a great way to detox your body. You can make your tea hot or cold and still get the same benefits. Adding an astringent fruit such as lemon, lime, and even grapefruit will help revitalize your cells.

Keep in mind you can mix your teas to create a delicious combination and get double the benefits. For medicinal tea’s be sure to steep for at leastย 5-10 minutes then consume or turn it into iced tea.

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Are you a tea drinker? What is your favorite tea?

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32 Comments

  1. Looks like we need to try the cinnamon tea here, hubby suffers from Rheumatoid Arthritis. So I’m up to try anything to help him with his pain.

  2. I HATE tea (sweet or unsweet tea)….but I know that there are so many benefits to drinking certain teas. I can tolerate lemon tea when I am sick. Anything that does not taste lime the tea that you have in a restaurant, I am open to trying. Do you have any suggestions which from your list would be most appropriate for me?

  3. This is a good tea guide. I know every Japanese drink green tea and has some at their home, it is a must have drink in any Japanese home. I got to learn that when I was studying in Japan. Now green tea is getting popular in other part of Asia.

  4. I absolutely love tea though Iโ€™ve never heard let alone tasted Yerba mate tea or red clover tea! Another few to add to the list, thanks for the recommendation!

  5. This was such an interesting post. I really learned a lot about different teas and how they can help with ailments. Peppermint tea is now on my shopping list!

  6. I am not a tea drinker. And I didn’t know that teas can cure any ailment. This post is so informative and helpful. Thank you.

  7. This is great, thanks for breaking down the benefits for each tea type! I have been trying to drink more green tea daily ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Thank you for your post about delicious tea and letting us know you should let it steep for 5-10 minutes Then if you want, you can ice it.

  9. Green tea is my go to every time! I am totally all about this ๐Ÿ™‚ I had to start drinking it decaffeinated though…

  10. Wow, I can’t choose a favorite from this list. It feels so good drinking them and learning more about what they can do for your body especially Cinnamon Tea, who would’ve thought that’s where I’m getting this shield from flu flying around the house!

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