35 Tea Recipes for Natural Healing

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35 Delicious and Healthy Tea Recipes

Tea is more than just a tasty drink – it’s also good for you! According to studies conducted by the National Institutes of Health, green and black tea can be effective in reducing the risk of ovarian, lung and prostate cancer. Tea has brain and heart benefits, too. Drinking at least one cup a day can lower the risk of Parkinson’s disease and prevent or delay certain factors associated with cardiovascular disease. And, certain types of tea are known to fight free radicals, improve bone density, and improve your body’s ability to burn fat. That being said, remember to keep your caffeine intake in check and opt for caffeine-free or decaffeinated brews at times.

FOR WHAT AILS YOU

Blood Sugar-Lowering Tea
Happy Hemoglobin Tea
Metabolism-Boosting Tea
Heart Healthy Hawthorn Tea
Serene Stamina Tea

Fever-Reducing Catnip Tea
Herbal Antidote Milk Thistle Seed Tea
Clear Vision Tea
Nettle Leaf Allergy Tea
Gotu Kola Medicinal Tea
Stomach-Soothing Tea
Osteoporosis Assistance Tea

WOMEN’S HEALTH

PMS Relief Herbal Tea
Cramp-Control Black Haw Tea
Hormone Balancing Tea Blend
Ovarian Herb Tea

FOR THE KIDS

Children’s Sleep Time Chamomile Tea

FLAVORFUL TEAS

Dandelion Tea
Breakfast Tea Latte
Chai Tea
Panax Ginseng Tea
Peppermint Sun Tea
Chamomile & Catmint Tea
Yerba Mate Tea
Raspberry Leaf Tea
Red Clover Tea
Corn Silk Tea
Berry Good Tea
Swamp Tea
Calm Day Tea
Calming Daytime Tea

ICED AND COOL

Green Tea Cubes
Thai Iced Tea
Green Tropical Tea-Sicles
Iced Green Tea With Mint And Honey

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Shari Rosenberg

Veria Living senior editor, Shari Rosenberg, joined the digital team as a veteran in the wellness space. Shari brings her experience as editorial lead and public relations liaison at SpaFinder Wellness, where she launched The Well blog and e-newsletter, served as a primary staff contributor to the Annual Top 10 Spa & Wellness Trends and secured actress Mariel Hemingway as spokesperson for national Wellness Week. Prior to SpaFinder, she spent five years at CNN where she received an Emmy award for contributions to 9/11 coverage. At Veria, Shari co-produced "Health Soup," an original, comedic web series with host David Price. She brings to Veria her passion for spa, travel, tofu and Zumba.

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