Best Herbal Teas to Drink Daily for Your Sacred Temple
Disclaimer: Kuzoo and I are not medical professionals,
nutritionists, or any healthcare related professionals. This article
is strictly for informational & entertainment purposes only.
You are beautiful, your body is beautiful. It is a temple your spirit dwells in until you leave this amazing planet. That is why taking care of your temple is important.
Here are some of the best herbal teas to drink daily for that Sacred temple that you live in. That way you can start living and thriving instead of living and surviving.
Variety of Teas
Herbal tea can be beneficial for your temple. Each one is beneficial in its own right. Here are a few examples that are good for overall health.
Ginkgo, Lemon Balm, Sakura (Cherry Blossom), Rose, Chamomile, and Peppermint tea. These teas can help boost your bodies vitamins and help your immune system.
We will be covering only Rose, Chamomile, and Peppermint for the time being. These are the teas we drink regularly as well.
Rose tea. It is a tea made from whole rose petals or rose buds. It is different from rose hip which is made from the fruit of the rose plant.
This tea literally tastes how it smells…like roses!
It is high in vitamin C which helps keep your immune system strong to keep those colds away.
Rose tea also helps regulate the female menstrual cycle while also keeping those hormones in check. Along with balancing the hormones, if you are a female experiencing menstrual pains a cup of rose tea with a little honey and a dash of black pepper aid in regulating the blood flow.
After a long day at work cozying up to a warm cup of rose tea will help calm the mind and elevate your mood. It balances stress hormones by calming down the nervous system.
The soothing properties of this herbal tea make it a great choice of drink right before bed as well.
Another good tea to drink on a regular basis is chamomile. Added with a teaspoon of honey, it is bountiful in benefits for your body. Drinking chamomile tea regularly is chuck full with vitamins and minerals. Some examples would be vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, and iron.
It has been used since early Egyptian times as “strewing herbs”. An article on Wikipedia says, “A strewing herb are certain kinds of plants that are scattered over the floors of dwelling places and other buildings. They were used as disinfectants and insecticides.”
It is one of the nine sacred herbs named in the Anglo-Saxon medical texts and prayers, and praised as “plants’ physician” for its healing abilities.
Chamomile tea also helps lower your blood pressure aiding in heart health.
Drinking chamomile tea also improves your digestion. Have stomach problems? Chamomile tea can help alleviate some of that internal pressure with its carminative effects.
The chamomile plant has chemical compounds in it that has been scientifically proven to increase your body’s immune system. It helps your body produce white blood cells to combat bacteria and viruses.
Since chamomile tea has an anti-inflammatory nature it can be used to help calm menstrual pains and also reduce swelling.
Having a stressful day or your anxiety is going through the roof? Since chamomile tea has relaxing qualities in it, drinking a cup of chamomile tea can encourage relaxation.
Same goes with sleeping.
If you are restless before you go to bed drink a warm cup of chamomile tea. This will help ease you into sleep and give you a deeper night of rest.
The famous and most commonly used herbal tea in the world.
Peppermint tea is easy to add to your daily diet and easy on your stomach as well.
It has beneficial effects on the digestive tract if drank consistently. It can help relieve indigestion, stomach pain and nausea.
Are you a female that experiences menstrual cramps every month? Well, Peppermint tea may help with your muscle cramps and the spasms you experience.
If you struggle with headaches or even migraines the menthol in the peppermint oil increases blood flow and provides a cooling sensation.
Need to study or have a more focused mind? Peppermint tea improves concentration, memory, and alertness.
Whip up a hot cup of this tea, whether it’d be from fresh peppermint leaves, the oil, or the dry leaves, give this tea a try if you need some relief!
Adding a cup of herbal tea is a great addition to your overall diet.
Each cup you choose to make will be loaded with vitamins and minerals that can help boost your body’s systems.
Making a cup of herbal tea is a simple process.
It is prepared by steeping the flowers, leaves, seeds, roots, stems, and petals of a multitude of plants and flowers for 7-15 minutes. After that take your herbs out, let it cool, and it is ready to drink!
Add any type of sweetener you desire once it is cooled. Then enjoy!
One of our favorite sweeteners to add is honey. It is delicious and a healthy alternative to processed sugar.
Remember this as well, you do not have to stick with one type of tea for your cup. If can mix and match herbal teas to what suits you most.
Some of our favorite types to mix are Lemon Balm, Peppermint, and then add some honey. Another mix, for our Matcha fans, we like to combine Rose buds in our cup of Matcha. It adds a soft Rose smell and unique taste to the drink.
The body you have is your temple, do with it as you will.
Have any fun herbal combinations you would like to share with us?
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