Chillax Tea “Daytime Anxiety Relief”
Chamomile: This power flower is known to help you relax, reduce anxiety while aiding in easing an upset stomach. Best to take at night, or when you can take a mid day nap. It's also know to help boost immunity:
Rose Petals: You are what you eat (and drink); Helps In Removing Toxins: Rose tea may help prevent urinary tract infections due to its detox and diuretic properties. Boosts Immunity: To lose weight in a healthy way, it's essential for you to be free of illnesses first and rose tea may help you fight infections, due to the presence of vitamin C in it.
Orange Peel: Rich in fiber, vitamin C, folate, vitamin B6, calcium and other essential nutrients. The skin of the oranges contains a good amount of polyphenols that protect against several diseases. Peels have anti-cancerous properties, due to the presence of limonene, a naturally occurring chemical.
Oatstraw: many reported benefits of oat straw include: calming and strengthening the nervous system; nourishing and circulating Qi; relieving stress and calming emotions; reducing depression; enhancing clear thinking; aiding digestion and stabilizing blood sugar; reducing inflammation; nourishing the heart.
Lemon Balm: Lemon balm is often used alone or in combination with other synergistic herbs, and plays a role in optimizing immune health, digestive health and providing a sense of balance for the nervous system. In the digestive system, lemon balm has historically been used to calm occasional discomfort associated with indigestion, gas and bloating. While still in the early stages, several human research studies show promise with use of lemon balm to promote a sense of calm in body, particularly when it is stressed.
Lavender: Lavender is very often used as a natural way to stabilize the mood, relieve anxiety and help with depression. Linalool, a chemical compound in lavender essential oil may be responsible for reducing anxiety and providing a calming effect. It's present in other plants from the Lamiaceae botanical family, and may help with the Alzheimer’s disease. Studies suggest that drinking lavender tea is both safe and effective for elderly people too.
Stevia: Stevia is natural, unlike other sugar substitutes. It’s made from a leaf related to popular garden flowers like asters and chrysanthemums. It's been known to balance sugar levels too.
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you should always consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet.
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