The ‘anything goes’ approach to what you consume in the food and drink stakes over the festive period is well and truly complete now. This may have left you with some kind of ailment, whether that be a headache, or a dodgy tummy as a result of indulging in too many beverages. If you aren’t your usual perky self then why not consider trying a tea for a range of scenarios that you’re currently experiencing?
Tea is amazing! Tea comes in so many varieties and can help cure the things that afflict on your day-to-day life, and there’s pretty much something for everyone! Put the English breakfast back in the cupboard for a moment and try one of these 8 teas for what ails ya.
A tipple for some Inspiration
January got you feeling lethargic or disquieted mentally? Try some peppermint tea. This will provide you with a healthy boost of clean va va voom and will swiftly arouse all of your senses.
Something to settle that upset stomach
Chamomile is the one for you. This type of tea will assist in reducing inflammation that may be happening inside your stomach.
Fix a lack of sleep
If you’re not nodding off when you’d like then sip away on some Passionflower tea. This herb offers a light sedative properties that will help you fall into slumber quickly.
Drink your headache away
Get the cinnamon tea out for this this ailment. Cinnamon provides a selection of nutrients, such as iron and manganese, which will get to work on that pesky head ache you’re enduring. Additionally, the scent of cinnamon offers a calming reaction for many, which can aid in easing any tension you might be experiencing that could be causing you head pain.
Rid yourself of the nauseous feeling
Fix yourself up a tasty cup of ginger tea. You may or may not know but ginger tea has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years to mend that sickie feeling stomachs, all over the world.
Suffering that annoying sore & or scratchy throat?
Sup on a lemon tea and you’ll be swallowing pain free in no time. The lemon has properties that can help shift out mucus that may be finding a home in your throat. With the additional support of a plant-based sweetener such as coconut nectar in your tea as well it’ll give your throat a ‘protective coating’ resulting in you’re a super little throat-healing combination.
Cast that cough away!
Two words for you; thyme tea. The thyme acts to help reduce the movement happening in your bronchial tubes and will assist in easing the pain of a coughing fit. This applies for colds too.
Something for the long term
Green tea. Green tea’s antioxidants may interfere with the growth of bladder, breast, lung, stomach, pancreatic, and colorectal cancers; prevent clogging of the arteries. Additionally, it aids in the process of burning fat, counteracts oxidative stress on the brain, reduces risk of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, reduces risk of stroke, and improves cholesterol levels.
The perfect place to try any one of these teas, which can of course be enjoyed even if you are feeling on top form, would be while you’re making the most of Powys luxury glamping trip. What more could you want?