Immune Boosting Tea

How to make Spearmint Tea

How to make Spearmint Tea ? Nutritional value in Spearmint tea : Rosmarinic acid, Flavones, Flavanones, Limonene, Menthol, Vitamin C, A, Energy, Carbohydrates, Protein, Fat, Cholesterol, Dietary fiber, Folates, Niacin, Pyridoxine, Riboflavin, Thiamin, Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Zinc. Ingredients Include 1-2 cups of water or as desired. 6-7 Spearmint leaves. Method Take a steel …

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How to make Senna Tea

How to make Senna Tea? It is a useful herbal decoction prepared from the leaves and pods of this plant commonly found in the tropical and temperate regions. Mainly used as a laxative (2), this caffeine-free drink also has other health-supporting benefits. Arabian physicians first used the herb in the 9th century AD. In traditional European and Arabic …

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How to make Nettle Tea

How to make Nettle tea? Nutritional value in Nettle tea also known as Urtica Dioica : Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, C, Amino acids (1), Calcium, Fatty acids, Folic acid, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium. This is used in homeopathic medicines (2). Ingredients 4-5 fresh or dried Nettle leaves. 1-Cup of water. 1-tbsp honey. Method …

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How to make Ginseng Tea

How to make Ginseng tea? Nutritional value in Ginseng tea : Sodium, Carbohydrates, Vitamin C, Carbs, Glucose, phytochemicals (2). Preparation Clean the Ginseng root, remove the peel, and cut down into small pieces. Ingredients 1 Ginseng root approximately 3 grams, cut it into small pieces. 1 cup of water or as desired. 1-teaspoon honey. Method …

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Herbal Tea

Tisanes, better known as Herbal Tea, they are an infusion of herbs, plants, leaves, flowers, or spices, or some of these mixed with water. They are free from caffeine, hence very popular with people who don’t like caffeine. This word originated from Greek ptisánē which means ‘peeled barley.’ Most of these Tisanes are safe to drink with a …

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Immune Boosting Tea

30 + Immune Boosting Tea, to protect us from the harmful effects of viruses. The history of Tea goes back 5000 years back to the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung. From China, Tea has traveled all parts of the world.According to a survey, Turkey is the largest consumer of Tea (1). Tea gained popularity after the …

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