Best Tea when You have a Cold
There is nothing better in the cold winter season then wrapping your hands around a warm mug of healing herbal tea. For hundreds of years tea has been used to cure ailments of all different kinds. Herbs are nature’s medicine, and with so many that nature offers to us, there is a never ending array of combinations to suit our needs! In this article I wanted to go a little deeper into the herbs that go into the best tea when you have a cold. This Winter’s remedy herbal tea has herbs that are perfect for boosting immunity, and getting rid of the sniffles from winter colds. There was a time in my life when I didn’t understand what the herbs in certain teas were or what they could do for me. So let’s take a closer look at some of these important herbs and how they can combat cold symptoms! So throw away those cough syrups, and chemical ridden cold medicines. Heal naturally and combat cold symptoms with herbs!
Winter’s Remedy Herbal Tea
Marsh Mallow is a tall flowering plant with beautiful pink flowers that bloom in the summer. Marsh mallow aids with coughs, diarrhea and insomnia.
Ginger is actually a plant that has green leaves and white flowers. We are most familiar of it’s root’s that boast a spicy flavor. Ginger is perfect for easing upset stomach, and reducing fever.
Licorice root has a multitude of health benefits, but specifically combats inflammation, treats bronchitis, and strengthens the immune system. This is an herb that you don’t want to leave out in your herbal tea!
Wild cherry bark is a powerful medicinal ingredient. It is a sedative, expectorant, and has cough-suppressing effects.
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