Teas can be very healthy as long as you don’t add sugar and other unhealthy sweeteners. Although I love my morning coffee, tea is my drink of choice when fighting a cold. I also use tea as the liquid in my morning smoothies. Christmas is coming and these teas from Tea Life would make great stocking stuffers. Here are a few that caught my eye; there are lots more to choose from.
I’ve done the research for you so you know which tea is good for which ailment. Some just sounded delicious with no known benefits.
- pina colada tea
- angelica tea for insomnia, heartburn, gas, nervousness, runny nose
- elderflower tea for upper respiratory and sinus infections, cold and flu symptoms, reducing fever, boosting immune systems, increasing circulation
- gymnema sylvestre tea to lower LDL cholesterol, fight obesity, reduce glucose levels
- stevia tea for skin, hair, and teeth, to aid digestion, regulate glucose levels, and boost energy
- yerba mate tea is used short-term for cholesterol reduction, inflammation, and weight loss
- shades of grey tea
- ginger tea for arthritis, nausea, colds and coughs, diabetes
- bloating remedy tea
- Turkish rhubarb tea to detox liver, for constipation
- chai dreams with turmeric tea for arthritis, boosting the immune system, protecting the liver
- menstrual relief tea
- paw paw leaf tea improves digestion, boosts immune system, relieves constipation, bloating, gas
- dandelion leaf tea to aid digestion and stimulate appetite, aid kidney function
- oolong ginseng tea for energy, hair growth, preventing hair loss/breakage, improving mental clarity, fighting stress, and boosting the immune system.