Tea Connoisseur: 10 Herbal Teas For Common Fall Illnesses

Learn about the many active benefits of 10 common herbal teas and how they can help fight off fall illnesses.

Oh, how I love a good bedside tea break. It warms your body, fills your taste buds, and sends you directly into mood: calm. That’s the best part of drinking tea. Or is it? Many, if not all, tea herbs actually have active benefits for the body and can fight off ailments too.

Check out what these 10 herbal teas can do for you and common Fall illnesses here:

Echinacea Tea

Echinacea is commonly used to prevent or shorten the duration of the common cold as it breaks down mucus. Take a sip of this and just let it all flow out.

Passionflower Tea

Traditionally used to promote calmness, relieve anxiety and improve sleep, Passionflower can also help to relieve the mental symptoms of opioid withdrawal, such as irritability and agitation, when taken in addition to clonidine, which is the medication usually used for opioid detoxification treatments.

Chamomile Tea

Known for its calming properties, Chamomile can help relieve premenstrual symptoms, high blood lipid, blood sugar, and insulin levels. This tea is good to drink right before bedtime.

Peppermint Tea

Although this is known to give you a fresh, clean taste, Peppermint is also traditionally used to relieve the discomfort of the digestive tract. Studies have found that peppermint oil can help relieve nausea, cramping, spasms, and stomach pain.

Ginger Tea

Ginger is a great remedy for nausea and period pain relief, and it also offers benefits for people with diabetes as it acts as an anti-inflammatory agent that can be an alternative to blood-thinning medications.

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Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus can help lower high blood pressure and fight oxidative stress. However, doctors recommend that it shouldn’t be taken with a certain diuretic medication or at the same time as aspirin.

Sage Tea

Sage has several cognitive health benefits, especially for brain health. In fact, two studies on oral sage drops or sage oil found improvements in the cognitive function of those with Alzheimer’s disease.

Lemon Tea

Lemon herbs can help to improve antioxidant levels, heart health, skin clarification, and even aid in



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