1. Chamomile tea soothes the stomach and the soul.
It’s a relaxing tea that contains oils that relax the muscles in the stomach, it can help with digestion, irritable bowel problems and colitis.
Directions: Use 1 tablespoon of flowers per cup of boiling water. Take for 2 months or more for chronic problems.
2. Lemon Balm tea reduces anxiety and restlessness.
Lemon balm is a citrus fresh tea that’ll help you feel sleepy and also tame tension, nervousness, as well as curing a mild case of the blues.
Directions: Use 1 tablespoon of leaves per cup of boiling water, and drink as needed.
3. Passionflower eases you into restful sleep.
Passionflower tea is recommended for insomnia. Thanks to the sedating substances found in the flower, vine and leaves, it’ll help you get a good night’s sleep.
Directions: Use 1 teaspoon of dried herb per cup of boiling water.
4. Peppermint tea helps get rid of indigestion.
Peppermint contains the digestive aid menthol, that helps ease stubborn indigestion and gas to quell nausea and vomiting.
Directions: Use 1 tablespoon of mint leaves per cup of boiling water.
5. Rosemary tea can ward off headaches.
Rosemary gets rid off some stress induced headaches, it also prevents headaches caused by vasoconstriction, since it helps keep blood vessels dilated, and this fragrant herb also perks up roasts and poultry.
Directions: Use 1 teaspoon of dried rosemary per cup of boiling water.
6. Sage tea banishes night sweats.
Sage tea helps you get a good night sleep and relax by reducing night sweats, it also seasons poultry stuffing.
Directions: Use 4 heaping tablespoons of dried sage in 1 cup of boiling water. Cover tightly, and steep for 4 hours or more. Strain, then drink.
7. Thyme tea helps reduce coughs, bronchitis, sinus pressure.
Thyme tea is perfect for relaxing the bronchial spasms caused by the trigger coughing due to colds and similar sicknesses.
Directions: Use 2 teaspoons of dried thyme per cup of boiling water, steep for 10 minutes, and drink three times a day.