Sunday, March 18, 2012

Lemon Grass Tea is Great For Your Health

Today I was cleaning up my kitchen and I noticed a box of Lemon Grass Tea; I thought I would give it a try. So I boiled some water, soaked my lemon grass tea bag in the hot water, added two teaspoons of liquid agave and a slice of lemon.

That tea was so delicious, that I decided to do a Google search on the health benefits of lemon grass tea and take a look at what I discovered about lemon grass tea;

  • Lemon grass is a diuretic
  • Aids in the detoxification process of the liver, kidneys, bladder, digestive tract, and pancreas
  • Helps kick start the metabolism
  • Relieves symptoms of nausea, menstrual cramps, and skin infections
  • Curing insomnia and calming the body down
  • Aids in weight loss along with many other health benefits

Wow!!! Now that's a lot of health benefits in one cup of tea! If you have not already tried lemon grass tea, I hope that you give it a try soon. It is lemony delicious and great for your health!

To Your Health,


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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Current Studies Suggest That This Tea Lowers Blood Pressure & Cholesterol

Do you have high blood pressure or high cholesterol? If so, you may want to check out Hibiscus Tea.The  Hibiscus tea hails from Nigeria- where hibiscus tea is known to help to cool the body in hot weather. Moreover, Current studies suggest that Hibiscus tea is effective  in maintaining healthy Blood Pressure and Cholesterol levels.

Other health benefits of drinking Hibiscus tea includes:
  • It helps to strengthen the immune system
  • Powerful Antioxidant
  • Includes Anti-Inflammatory Properties &  Mild Anti-bacterial properties
As you can see, there are many health benefits to drinking Hibiscus tea. As always, I thought I would try the tea before I wrote this blog post. So I stopped by the local Whole Foods Store to purchase some Hibiscus tea and it was only $9.99.

The tea was quite delicious. I simply, boiled water, added a hibiscus tea bag to the cup of water, added some lemon and two teaspoons of liquid agave sweetener. I loved the blueberry flavor!

* If you are currently taking medication for blood pressure or high cholesterol, it is suggested that you contact your physician before trying  hibiscus tea. 

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To Your Health,

I look forward to reading your thoughts about this post and your thoughts about Hibiscus tea!

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