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Benefits of Herbal Teas PLUS how to make your own herbal tea

Herbal teas: How herbal teas can boost YOUR health! PLUS – how to make your own herbal tea!

Benefits of Herbal Teas PLUS how to make your own herbal tea

Herbal teas are wonderfully soothing, caffeine-free and jam packed with amazing health benefits. Drinking herbal tea offers an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. Made from different parts of the plants like flowers, leaves, roots, seeds or bark, herbal teas are available in a combination of varieties that suit every palate.

Herbal teas are an excellent way to gently treat a variety of every day health concerns and there is literally a tea for every ailment! There are a variety of herbal teas on the market – and we are very excited to announce our NEW range of YOGI teas!

YOGI TEA®’s roots stem from the 3,000 year-old Indian Ayurvedic teachings about the balance between body, mind and soul. In the 1960s, Indian yoga and Ayurveda traditions were first introduced to the rest of the world. Yogi Bhajan, a master of Kundalini Yoga, was a pioneer of this holistic yogic lifestyle, which encouraged people to live a happy, healthy and conscious lifestyle. Yogi Teas are blended according to Ayurvedic principles. Apart from being super-enjoyable, health-giving and convenient, Yogi Teas are also 100% certified organic, meaning you can enjoy all the health benefits without the pesticides and other nasty chemicals! 

We thought we would introduce you to our new range of YOGI teas AND also teach you how to make your OWN herbal teas! The best news of all is that you can also grow your own herbs at home and use the herbs from your garden to make your own home made herbal tea! See the end of this article for more!

Here are some of our favorite healing YOGI Teas:

  1. YOGI Relax Tea

Feel stressed, tense or simply need to unwind? Try chamomile tea which contains calming and relaxing properties to soothe the mind and soul. It also helps to improve sleep, digestion, IBS and colitis due to its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal properties. Try Yogi Relax Tea from Feelgood Health - which is infused with the delicious and soft taste of chamomile and linden flower, rose hips, orange peel and raspberry leaf for a comforting pick-me-up!

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  1. YOGI Immune Support Tea

A strong, healthy immune system is essential for your overall health and wellbeing. While eating a balanced diet helps to boost your immune system, drinking tea with Echinacea and vitamin C will also be of great benefit to you. Offering natural support to the immune system, Yogi Immune Support Tea with Echinacea, elderberry, basil, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom and Vitamin C is the perfect blend to keep you in tip top health.

  1. YOGI Detox with Lemon

Detoxing the body’s system regularly will not only help to cleanse and flush out nasty toxins but will refresh and invigorate you. Start your day with a refreshing morning tea combined with lemon, dandelion, sweet liquorice, peppermint and spicy ginger for a healthy and gentle detox treatment. Choose Yogi Detox with Lemon blend to kick start your detox journey - you’ll feel renewed and refreshed after a cuppa!   

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  1. YOGI StomachEase

Digestive problems such as heartburn, indigestion and nausea can be very uncomfortable. Soothe these niggly symptoms with a herbal tea called Yogi StomachEase containing fennel, liquorice and peppermint combined with heart-warming spices like cardamom, coriander, ginger and black pepper. Before you know it, you’ll find relief and feel better!

  5. YOGI Women’s Energy

Support woman’s health with a daily blend of tea containing hibiscus, raspberry leaf, peppermint and angelica root extract. These herbal ingredients help to enhance feminine energy, soothe PMS and menstrual cramps, calm and balance menopause symptoms. It is also the perfect tea to enjoy during childbirth and post pregnancy. Get Yogi Women’s Energy to enhance feminine balance and act as a tonic for the reproductive system

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    6.  YOGI Bedtime Tea

Struggling to sleep at night? Did you know Rooibos can help with some much needed shut-eye? Sip on a delicious cup of tea from the Yogi Tea range – the Yogi Bedtime tea combines soothing ingredients such as sweet rooibos, lemon balm, rose petal as well as cocoa, cinnamon, liquorice, vanilla, clove, nutmeg, cardamom, black pepper and ginger to comfort and relax you. This blend soothes and relaxes the mind and induces a state of drowsiness. Perfect for children with sleep problems too!     

    7.  YOGI Cranberry & Hibiscus Tea

If you need your spirits lifted, especially when life gets stressful, sit down and relax with a cranberry infused blend of tea. Cranberry tea is also an excellent tonic for the urinary tract, kidneys and immune system. Keep the Yogi Cranberry & Hibiscus tea with rose hip and lemongrass on hand to increase positive energy and stay healthy.

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   8. YOGI Choco Chili

Nothing beats an exotic brew with warm and intense ingredients. Choose an exciting variety of flavours such as cocoa, cinnamon, liqorice, vanilla with chai spices to intrigue your senses – Yogi Choco Chili will definitely appeal if you prefer a spicy blend! Drink this tea to also improve digestion and overall health. 

Herbal tea is the perfect way to stay healthy and happy! Start and end your day with a delicious cuppa – even better start trying out new combinations and you’ll be hooked in no time!

How to make your own herbal tea at home

There are many herbs which can be easily grown in your garden or even in pots on the window sill – and which you can use to make a cup of herbal tea! Some of the most common are:

  • Rosemary Tea (good for headaches and as a brain tonic)
  • Thyme Tea (good for colds and ‘flu)
  • Sage Tea (good for sore throats and tight chests)
  • Fennel Tea (a good cleansing and digestive tea)
  • Wormwood (Wilde als) – Good to cleanse the digestive system and to expel worms
  • Lemon Balm Tea – Good nerve tonic
  • Dandelion Tea – packed with minerals and vitamins, this so called ‘weed’ is a powerhouse of nutrients and also a wonderful liver tonic
  • Mint Tea (also good for headaches and as a digestive aid)

There are many more herbs you can grow at home and use to make your own herbal tea! Of course, herbs can be mixed to achieve different tastes and effects and can be sweetened with raw honey, cinnamon or stevia if you like. You can also add cloves or cardamom for extra depth and spiciness!

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How to make your own herbal tea

Pick the fresh herbs and chop up to release the oils. While you are doing this, boil the kettle. Use about one – two teaspoons of freshly chopped herbs per cup. If you are making a pot of herbal tea, add an extra teaspoon of the herbs ‘for the pot’. Pour the hot water onto the herbs and allow to steep for at least 5- 7 minutes. Sweeten to taste and enjoy!

Visit Feelgood Health for their wide selection of delicious teas. We deliver to your door all over South Africa!

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