Seriously, there’s nothing better at the end of the day than to relax with a comforting, warm cup of soothing goodness. The best thing is, not only do they make you feel good but but they also have amazing and endless health benefits.
One main reason to drink herbal tea is that it doesn’t contain any caffeine. I have never been a coffee fan myself but i know a lot of people who are. Do you find it impossible to get going in the morning until you’ve had your coffee fix? Well unfortunately that’s an indication that you’re addicted to caffeine, and it isn’t healthy. Try replacing it with herbal tea when you want a warm drink or mix it up in the warmer months and make some delicious iced tea instead of reaching for the juice or soft drink.
Did you know Herbal teas contain high levels of antioxidant? They can help combat free radicals aiding with cell regeneration and some studies indicate they may even prevent cancer! Herbal tea will help improve your skin and studies indicate that the antioxidants in tea may help keep acne at bay and improve your skin’s overall appearance (Yay!) and they can help all kinds of health problems, including digestive upsets, bloating, alleviate menopausal symptoms, sleep problems. Mummy tea’s “calm time” tea includes chamomile which has calming qualities and Camomile is particularly good if you suffer from anxiety and stress (i’m a mum so i drink chamomile A LOT).
Herbal teas are a much healthier option than pretty much everything except plain water. They’re a good way of drinking fluids without adding extra calories , so are ideal if you’re trying to lose weight and stay healthy. I often take my tea bags to work with me so it takes away the temptation to have something isn’t as good for me.
If you’ve been looking for reasons to drink that extra cup of tea, well look no further, Plain and simple Herbal teas are AMAZING for you and i hope you found some great reasons here to get onboard.
NOTE: This blog is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified healthcare practitioner. All information contained in this blog is the opinion of mummy tea and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Consult your prenatal care provider to discuss using any herbal products especially during your pregnancy.