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Best teas to fight cold and flu symptoms

Hello everyone! Cold and flu season is here once again.  If you are  fighting a cold or the flu  or searching for  home remedies to help you get better , you've come to the right place! Did you know that a simple cup of tea might be just what you need? This old home remedy has been helping people feel better for thousands of years. The hot liquid can soothe your throat and break up congestion. And, another benefit of tea is that it keeps you hydrated. When you are ill, it is  recommended to increase the intake of fluids ; tea is one of the healthiest drinks to include in your daily diet. Drinking more liquids will also help your body  flush out toxins  and other harmful bacteria and viruses. Consuming  three to four cups  of tea a day whenever you have a cold or flu will benefit you enormously. You might be wondering which is the  best tea  to have when you are  feeling under the weather ?  Here are fourteen (14) of the most soothing varieties to try: Green tea  for immunity agains

Six (6) teas I always have in my pantry ☕ 🍵

Hello everyone! As I told you in my previous post: Effective ways to treat cellulite , I don't like the smell of coffee.  As a matter of fact, I never drank a sip of coffee in my life!  Conversely, I do love teas; I try to drink 3 to 4 cups a day.  But which teas or tisanes you might ask - there are so many to choose from.   True  teas  come from the Camellia sinensis plant, while a herbal infusion , or  tisane  is any plant-derived drink other than true tea.  From berry blends to green tea to Earl Grey, the many versions of chai, black, breakfast, and whatever else.  There are so many  options. Healthy teas are nothing new to the world, but culturally, many of us have forgotten how to use them.  Irrespective of how we feel about holistic medicine, the power of tea is undeniable. These are the 6 teas I always have in my pantry and a little information about their benefits … Green Let me start with one of the most well-known teas.  Essentially,