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Wellness: 10 Types Of Teas Every Women Should Try

Herbal teas come in a variety of delicious flavors and are naturally free of sugar and calories. Many herbal teas also offer health-promoting effects, and modern science has begun to validate some of their traditional uses.

Whether you’re a tea lover or novice, don’t be afraid to give these 10 herbal teas a try.

1. Black Tea

The major health benefits of black tea include its nutritional value, anti-cancer benefits, digestive benefits, beneficial effects on skin and hair health, and much more. Grab a cup of tea (preferably organic tea) and learn more.

Studies have found that regularly drinking black tea may help reduce the risk of heart disease.

2. Lemon Grass Tea

This tea helps with respiratory issues, sore throats, stomach pains, but it may have more benefits depending on who is taking it.

3. Chamomile Tea

If you are having trouble sleeping, Chamomile is your go-to tea. Chamomile tea is most commonly known for its calming effects and is frequently used as a sleep aid.

n one study of 80 postpartum women experiencing sleep issues, drinking chamomile tea for two weeks led to improved sleep quality and fewer symptoms of depression (Source).

Another study in 34 patients with insomnia found marginal improvements in waking up during the night, time to falling asleep, and daytime functioning after taking chamomile extract twice a day ( Source).

What’s more, chamomile may not just be useful as a sleep aid. It is also believed to have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and liver-protecting effects.

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4. Peppermint Tea

Peppermint tea is one of the most commonly used herbal teas in the world; the reason for that may not be far-fetched considering its rich and soothing benefits. It helps with digestive issues, has antioxidant properties, as well as antibacterial and antiviral strength. Read the trusted source here.

5. Ginger Tea

Ginger tea is a spicy and flavorful drink that packs a punch of healthy, disease-fighting antioxidants. This tea is popular for relieving colds and flu. Ginger tea also helps relieve period pain, also great for relieving nausea during early pregnancy.

6. Hibiscus Tea

This is the popular Zobo in Nigerian parlance. Make an infusion of hibiscus leaves and enjoy multiple benefits of this tea, including, its ability to lower blood pressure, antiviral properties and liver protection.

7. Dandelion Tea

Dandelion root tea can has historically been used to improve appetite, soothe minor digestive ailments, and possibly relieve constipation. This tea is thought to have rich antioxidant and anti-cancer properties. Good for weight loss, and reduces inflammation.

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8. Raspberry Leaf Tea

Red raspberry leaf tea is an herbal tea made from the leaves of the red raspberry plant. It’s historically been used in folk remedies, including as a tonic to strengthen the uterus and promote faster, healthier labor and quicker postpartum recovery. This one tea is a must-have for women.

9. Green Tea

Yes- the famous green tea. Green teas are popular for their antioxidant properties, which in turn promote weight loss; and yes if you are looking to improve brain function, green tea is your tea.

10. Rose Hip Tea

Rose hip tea is made from the fruit of the rose plant. It is high in vitamin C and beneficial plant compounds. These plant compounds, in addition to certain fats found in rose hips, result in anti-inflammatory properties ( Source).

Several studies have looked into the ability of rose hip powder to reduce inflammation in people with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.

Many of these studies found it effective at reducing inflammation and its related symptoms, including pain ( Source).

Rose hips may also be beneficial for weight management, as one 12-week study in 32 overweight people found that taking rose hip extract resulted in decreased BMI and belly fat.

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