Chamomile tea has a calming effect and it is often used as a cure for insomnia. It relieves stomach pain, as well as the symptoms of indigestion: cramps, flatulence, diarrhea, constipation, gastritis, etc. Furthermore, it relieves the pain caused by the malfunction of kidneys, liver or bile.
Peppermint tea falls under the category of teas which can be used by everyone, regardless of age. It has a characteristic mint flavor that pleases both children and adults. It has been used as a mild calming, sedative remedy since it has a calming effect on abdominal muscles and accelerates the expulsion of gas from the digestive tract. It can be used as a warm and cold drink.
Rose hip tea
This kind of tea is known for the high content of vitamin C which has an antioxidant effect. It also contains vitamins A, D, E as well as fruit acids, tannin, pectin and carotenoid. The tea can help with a bladder infection, headaches and dizziness. Moreover, it reduces fatigue, exhaustion and disease susceptibility. Fruit acids in rosehip have a favorable effect on the secretion of urine, so they prevent the occurrence of urinary stones in ureters and kidneys.
Since this kind of tea contains high quantities of vitamin C and flavonoid, it has a strong antioxidant effect and thus it improves the body immune system. Because of that, the use of tea made from this herb is recommended during winter, when the occurrence of flu is higher since it has a strong effect on the recovery process of the whole body.
For refreshment: Mix hibiscus tea with mint and cool it. It is delicious, try it!