Herbal Tea To The Rescue Tonight!

Herbal Tea for Relaxation and More.Stress is something that we all deal with to some degree. For some, ending the day with a glass of wine or other alcoholic beverage helps to defog the brain from a day of meetings, kids and other forms of stress. Daily use of alcohol can create dependence and even weight gain over time. Consider ending your next stressful day with a cup of herbal tea instead.

In addition to relieving stress, herbal teas provide relief from a large variety of ailments such as upset stomach, high cholesterol and even anxiety! The warmth from the tea can help heal a sore throat, help singers re-gain their voices after being sick and can simply get the chill out of your bones on a cold night without the calories of hot chocolate.

Herbal teas are made from fresh, nurtured plants that are all natural. Teas produce a substance that flush toxins from your body, which explains many of it’s healing properties.

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The various blends of herbal tea not only tantalize the taste buds and provide you with an endless variety of flavors. Make sure you don’t add sugar or other stimulant like ingredients to your tea. A little honey will sweeten it up nicely. Making tea a habit with honey in it can even help solve your allergy issues. Consuming a minimum of two tablespoons of local honey each day can greatly reduce your allergies. The honey must be local in order for this old remedy to work. Most people do not like honey on its own so using it as a sweetener in your tea makes the whole thing a win-win situation!

If you’re looking for a refreshing drink, you’ll love herbal teas for both taste and the benefits they provide. If you would like to learn more about the relaxing powers of herbal teas, check out Healthy Life Journal’s 4 Teas for Relaxation.

About the Author

Studying under her father, Amy Wong became an expert in nutritional supplements and using fresh foods to counter every day stress. She is an expert researcher and uses her skills to tear down diet plans to show the pros and the cons. She strives to inform people it isn't that you want to lose weight, it is that you want to feel better. Weight loss will come, but first you have to feel better physically and mentally. "I focus on helping you become a better you. Improving your life, your relationships, your health. That is my goal." Amy is a Seattle native and currently resides in Belmont with her teenage son.