Detox Teas Guide
Drinking tea is a quick and effective way to assist on the way to reaching your text objectives. Teas have been used for centuries, especially in Asian cultures to improve body health. Below is a list of symptoms and the teas which will aid in their relief.
Analgesic: For mild and sever pain in joints and muscles.
Antidepressant: Natural mood enhancer for people with symptoms of depression.
Anti fungal or fungicidal: Prevents and inhibits mold and fungi growth.
Anti infectious: Kills pathogenic bacteria.
Anti inflammatory: Assists in reducing and prevent inflammation.
Antispasmodic: Relieves muscle spasms.
Antiseptic: Prevent the growth of disease-causing microorganisms.
Aphrodisiac: Stimulates sexual desire.
Astringent: Causing the contraction of body tissues, typically of the skin
Calming: Produces a soothing or tranquilizing effect.
Carminative: Reduces intestinal spasm, flatulence and settles the digestive system
Cicatrizant: Promotes the healing of a sore or wound, or the formation of a cicatrix, the new tissue that forms over a wound and later contracts into a scar.
Cephalic: Assisting in the disorders of the head and mind.
Decongestant: Relieves mucus congestion of the upper respiratory tract.
Deodorant: Prevents, inhibits and removes unpleasant odors.
Digestive: Promotes the digestion of food.
Chamomile, Dandelion, Lemon, Milk Thistle
Diuretic: Increases the flow of urine.
Expectorant: Promotes or facilitates the secretion or expulsion of phlegm, mucus, or other matter from the respiratory tract.
Febrifuge: Fever reducer.
Immune stimulant: Stimulates the components of the immune system.
Hormone influencer: Assists in hormone regulation.
Rubefacient: A topical application that produces redness of the skin e.g. by causing dilation of the capillaries and an increase in blood circulation.
Sedative: Produces a soothing, calming, or tranquilizing effect; reducing or relieving anxiety, stress, irritability, or excitement.
Stimulant: Excites any bodily function, but more specifically those that stimulate the brain and central nervous system.
Tonic: Promotes restorative or improved health and well-being
Vulnerary: Aids in the treating and healing of wounds.