These herbs are used for making loose leaf tea
5 grams (makes 3-5 teas)
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Lemon Grass– use purifying, stimulating, cleansing
Chamomile – known for its calming properties It may also help relieve premenstrual symptoms and high blood lipid, blood sugar, and insulin levels.
Peppermint tea– used to relieve the discomfort of the digestive tract, relieve nausea, cramping, spasms, and stomach pain.
Ginger tea -is best known as a remedy for nausea, relieve period pain, and it may offer benefits for people with diabetes.
Hibiscus tea– may help lower high blood pressure and fight oxidative stress. However, it shouldn’t be taken with a certain diuretic medication or at the same time as aspirin.
Elderberry – promote healthy immune system cells through its general antioxidant support.
Green tee – improved brain function, fat loss, protecting against cancer, and lowering the risk of heart disease
Ginkgo Biloba– brain function and blood circulation.
Eucalyptus tea – is high in flavonoids, which are antioxidants that may lower your risk of certain cancers, heart disease, and dementia.
Jasmine tea – is high in polyphenols that act as antioxidants in your body. It also contains the powerful polyphenol EGCG, which is linked to many health benefits like reduced heart disease risk.
Rosemary tea -contains compounds shown to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial effects.
Turmeric Tea– contains curcumin, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.