Natural Teas And How They Help Prevent Illness

By: teahupoo
Studies have shown that health benefits result from drinking tea. Teas come with cancer and age fighting antioxidants that can benefit anyone. Other benefits include the vitamin C that is in some, these work to fight colds and other illnesses. Polyphones also found in some types of teas, aid in digestion and strengthen the teeth. The following are ten natural healing tea therapies.

Green Tea

Green tea comes with many different vitamins and nutrients beneficial to the body. Fluoride and vitamin C are among two of the healthy ingredients. Vitamin C boosts our immune system naturally, while fluoride works to prevent tooth decay and strengthen our bones. Some varieties of green tea include Jasmine Dragon Pearl, Roasted Japanese, and Green Peony Tea.

Oolong Tea

Oolong tea has several natural healing ingredients such as lowering the body's cholesterol and aiding indigestion. Many people enjoy Oolong tea because of its fruity, sweet tastes. Some Oolong tea varieties include Ice Peak, Jasmine, and Hairy Crab.

White Tea

White tea leaves is not fermented and this results in chemical compounds in high concentration. These chemical compounds have cancer-fighting properties. White tea gets it name from the white and silvery appearance when brewed. Some varieties of White tea include White Peony and Silver needle.

Black Tea

The most popular type of tea in the Americas and England has a variety of tastes that include spicy, fruity, or even flowery. Containing antioxidants, Black tea has properties to reduce artery clogging and reduce the risks of stroke. Some varieties of black tea include Rose, Earl Grey, and English breakfast.

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea is an fruity, aromatic, floral tea. It has many different uses such as, relieving insomnia, toothaches, swelling, and muscle cramps.

Rosebud Tea

Another floral tea, Rosebud tea is derived from the rose bush buds. The taste of Rosebud tea, is often sweet and light, with an aroma of flowers. This type of tea is known for aiding the circulation of the blood and is often mixed with other tea varieties.

Wild Holy Tea

Not typically a tea for the taste, it is generally used for medicinal purposes. The properties of Wild Holy tea work to control obesity, blood pressure, aid digestion and circulation of the blood, as well as detoxifying the body.

Milk Tea

Indian Black tea and Milk tea are often mixed with different spices and is most popular in areas of Sri Lanka and India. Generally, Milk tea is mixed with ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, and Milk. This type of tea is known to help the overall health of a person when mixed with other types of teas.

Red Tea

Grown in Africa, research concludes that Red Tea contains high levels of antioxidants. Furthermore, there is no caffeine in Red tea. The antioxidants within the tea works to strengthen the immune system Varieties of Red Tea include Organic Cape, Florida Orange, Organic Green Summer, and Organic Green.

Paraguay Mate

Paraguay mate is extremely popular in South American areas. Generally brewed with a mixture of different spices and consumed from a gourd through a straw. Paraguay Mate has been known to boost energy, aid in digestion, and curb depression.
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