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Benefits of Herbs and Herbal Tea🍵☕

Benefits of Herbs🌿

Due to its tropical climatic condition, India has always been a rich agricultural treasury of herbs and medicinal plants. The benefits and uses of these herbs mentioned in Vedas and Ayurveda.

We consume herbs in our food and drinks to enhance taste, use them in many other ways such as aromatic and cosmetic and as kitchen medicine for thousands of years our body's response to these natural treatments has not changed in fact now we have more global options to choose from herbs as an alternative way of healing were used way before culinary use. Studies have found that herbs have antibacterial and antiviral properties and many are high in vitamin B, trace minerals, and disease-fighting antioxidants. 

According to Avicenna (person polyethylene, regarded as one of the finest physicians, astronomers, thinkers, and writers of the Islamic Golden age), There are no incurable diseases only the lack of will there are no worthless herbs, only the lack of knowledge. We can find herbs anywhere, sometimes growing wild We can also grow herbs anywhere ourselves whether in the kitchen, garden, and pots on the window. In the marketplace, herbs can be found fresh or in their dried form and most are available easily. Ease of availability and use coupled with the fact that all herbs have properties that improve our health, ensure that herbs enjoy a holistic place in our well-being in the sense we can say that herbs are the sweet spot where the delicious and healthy meet.

Benefits of herbal tea☕

● Mint Tea

In India, we know it by "Pudina" its characteristic bitter, zingy taste. Mint has been known to cure and prevent a wide range of ailments most major system of body benefits from the regular, controlled intake of mint in once diet Mint tea work wonder for the digestive system it is especially effective in treating indigestion and gastroenteritis. The antiseptic and antibacterial properties of mint soothe an upset stomach. 

● Ginger Tea

Ginger tea works miracles in curing common cold and flu, because of its powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties with arthritis and rheumatism has reported experiencing the ease of movement and less body pain. It helps fight a number of ailments as well as boost immunity and promote general health. 

● Lavender Tea

Lavender is a popular herb that originated in Egypt and has since then been grown in Mediterranean regions as well as in Africa and India.  Lavender has many more significant health benefits can indeed have a cleansing effect on one’s body and mind. 

Turmeric Tea 

The turmeric rhizome has a constituent called curcumin. Which is important to lending its warm bitter taste as well as its deep orange-yellow color. It is a bioactive substance that targets inflammation at the molecular level helping reduce it significantly curcumin also possesses antioxidant and antiseptic properties. It has been proven to boost the body's antioxidant enzyme, and stimulate one's natural defense against both common infection and serious diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.  Turmeric Tea flushes toxins out of the body which results in living in a polluted atmosphere keeping one's inner system healthier and cleaner. 



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