due to its menthol, it has healing properties. Among these are easing irritable bowel syndrome, nausea, vomiting, and headaches. The minty flavor can also aid in bad breath. It has relaxing qualities, which are believed to help manage stress and control insomnia.
Rosehip Tea provides comparatively high levels of phenolic and flavonoid antioxidants, according to Cornell University. Of the herbs evaluated in a study, rosehip was among the top, along with chamomile and green tea. Rosehips are also high in vitamin C and bioflavonoid antioxidants. Various studies also cite rosehip as being beneficial for Arthiritis sufferers, as well as having cardiovascular and Cancer Preventive benefits.
Although scientific research has been limited, studies suggest that Hibiscus Tea is beneficial with regard to several of its traditional uses, most notably helping reduce blood pressure and control cholesterol.
Stinging nettle is: diuretic, astringent, pectoral, anodyne, tonic, rubefacient, styptic, anthelmintic, nutritive, hermetic, anti-rheumatic, anti-allergenic, decongestant, expectorant, anti-spasmodic, and anti-histamine, anti-lithic/lithotrophic, herpetic, galactagogue, and an anti-histamine.
Try our Balance Tea for lemongrass, rose hip, hibiscus, and stinging nettle.
Camomile Tea, used to aid digestion and help soothe upset stomachs, has been shown in studies to help increase the body’s ability to fight off colds. It has also been shown to have similar levels of antioxidants to Green Tea.