10 Favorite Herbal Tea Recipes For Weight Loss, Cold & Cough, And Diabetes

I drink tea and love it very much. I also like to try new herbal teas with different flavors. I love all kinds of tea, from the everyday chai tea we drink home to exotic strawberry tea. I love teas not only because they taste good but also because they are very healing. Most of the things you need to make these healing teas are probably already in your kitchen.

Herbal Teas as Remedies:

I also use teas a lot as remedies because they work well and don’t make you feel like you’re taking medicine. My son had such a sore throat two days ago that he couldn’t swallow any food. I know that licorice is the best thing for a sore throat and that it quickly relieves the pain and swelling.

Since I always have licorice root at home, I made him licorice tea right away. I just put it in a nice glass and gave it to him before he went to bed. I told him it was a delicious herbal tea, and he drank it right away and said it was good. Like I thought, he felt better the following day.

If you learn how to make herbal teas at home, you won’t have to go to the hospital as often. Most minor illnesses, like sore throat or heartburn, can be treated at home. Some teas, like turmeric tea, can even help you lose weight. I wanted to put all of the herbal tea recipes in one post so everyone could use them.

Herbal Tea’s Ingredients:

Most of the things you need to make these herbal teas can be found in a well-stocked kitchen, and you can easily buy things like lemongrass, licorice, and Gotu kola from the market. Try drying the leaves of herbs like holy basil and hibiscus during the summer and storing them in an airtight box.

That way, you can use it whenever you want. Ensure that the herbs you use to make your herbal teas don’t have pesticides. I hope you enjoy making these herbal teas at home…

Top 10 Herbal Tea Recipes for Losing Weight, Cough, Cold, and Diabetes

Tulsi Tea:

I drink a lot of tulsi tea because I love how fresh it smells and because our farm has a lot of new tulsi plants. This tea is refreshing; anyone can make it or drink it since it doesn’t need any sweetener. Tulsi tea is an excellent way to treat a sore throat, upset stomach, and stress. It also makes your immune system stronger.

Ginger Tea:

Ginger tea is excellent for morning sickness during pregnancy and helps with digestion. This tea is easy to make, and studies have shown that pregnant women who use ginger feel less sick and throw up less often.

Turmeric Tea:

This is my favorite tea because it has so many uses. It helps with inflammation, acne, colds, coughs, and sore throats and even helps you lose weight. I’ve always had turmeric at home, and it’s one of the ingredients I often use in home remedies. I used fresh turmeric roots to make this tea, but you can also use organic dried powders.

Hibiscus Tea:

In some places, this beautiful red tea is widespread and is served almost every day during the summer. It has been shown that this hibiscus tea lowers blood pressure. It also boosts the immune system and keeps the skin from getting old.

Fenugreek Tea:

This fenugreek tea is excellent for lowering blood sugar. My uncle significantly reduced his blood sugar with this beautiful tea. If you have diabetes and take medicine for it, I suggest keeping a close eye on your blood sugar levels because this will help significantly lower them.

Fennel Tea:

Fennel tea is the best tea for treating gas, and it can also be used to help babies cry a lot. We always have fennel at home because we use it to make gravies, so this tea is a popular way to treat gas in our area.

Blue Tea:

This tea is made by boiling butterfly pea flowers in water. It looks beautiful and has a lot of antioxidants, which have been shown by clinical research.

Lemongrass Tea:

Even if this lemongrass tea didn’t do anything good for me, I would still drink it because it tastes so good. Luckily, it does do great things for me. It’s great for colds and coughs, and it also helps digestion. The best way to make this tea is with fresh ginger roots and lemongrass roots.

Licorice Tea:

As I said above, licorice tea is my go-to remedy for a sore throat and works well for me. If your throat hurts, try licorice tea the next time. Licorice is very sweet and can even be given to children, but this tea should only be used as medicine and not regularly.

Gotu Kola Tea:

This tea is excellent for reducing stress and anxiety. I like to use fresh herbs, so I made this tea with new leaves, but you can also try it with dried leaves. You can buy Gotu kola tea just about anywhere, so you can also try it.

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