5 teas to drink when you’re feeling under the weather


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You know tea is good for you. Generally speaking, most tea provides antioxidants and is a good for your overall health.  But did you know that different teas provide different health benefits? If you’re feeling sick, a nice cup of tea can help alleviate your symptoms. Do you have…

A COUGH?

 

Moroccan Mint

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Moroccan Mint

This is a green tea blend with organic peppermint and spearmint. With a touch of honey, this makes the perfect cough soother. The aromatic properties clear congestion while the antioxidants help your body heal.

A COLD?

Blueberry Silver

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Blueberry Silver

This sweet white tea and rooibos mix is loaded with antioxidants from both the silver needle leaves and the blueberries. Plus, the rooibos provides relief from inflammation and irritation.

MUSCLE ACHES/CRAMPS?

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Pecan Cinnamon Roll

It’s a rooibos tea so it’s good for relieving tissue inflammation plus it has enough natural sweetness, no added sugar or honey is needed. If your feeling achy or crampy before bed, try this tea. It has no caffeine!

STOMACH ACHES/PAINS AND STRESS?

Peppermint

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Peppermint

It’s well-known that peppermint can soothe an upset stomach. But did you know that peppermint can also promote clear-thinking and relaxation? Since it’s caffeine-free, you can have this tea in the evening.

INSOMNIA?

Gentle Sleep

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Gentle Sleep

If you’re feeling restless or uneasy at the end of a long day, unwind with this tea. Gentle sleep contains Chamomile, lemon myrtle, lemongrass, and spearmint. It’s a sweet and refreshing blend that will help you feel relaxed and comforted. Do you have a favorite tea blend when you’re feeling sick? Do you want to know more about The Green Teahouse? Comment below!

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