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What tea is good for?

  • Regular use is important to benefit from herbal teas. It is necessary to apply it for a short period of time and not cut it without an answer. 
  • Herbal teas can reach a toxic and unhealthy dose, albeit a plant. 
  • The brewing method, duration, quantity and quality of the product used are very important.
  • If the mixture is herbal tea, the amount of the recipe to be applied should not be increased, brew for longer, drink more.
  • Each herbal tea has a different brewing time, but it is enough to brew between 3-5 minutes at an average of 80 degrees Dec.
  • Cinnamon, lime, fruit slices are added to the front of these foods can be boiled, but herbal teas are never boiled.
  • What is drunk after meals is supportive for digestion and digestion.
  • Drinking between meals helps with more satiety and decency.
  • Pregnant women and those with a special disease should definitely ask a specialist before using it.
     

It is best to drink these teas during the day, especially in the afternoon.

  • Yesil tea: it accelerates metabolism by increasing blood circulation and has a debilitating effect.
  • White tea: protects the body from cardiovascular diseases and is a powerful antioxidant.
  • Mate: it is a support for weight loss by helping to burn fat.
  • Rooibos: this tea with natural sweetness and gorgeous color balances blood sugar.             

It can be drunk after lunch and dinner.

  •  Fennel: it is Digestive friendly and prevents stomach contraction and spasm.
  •  Cardamom: it helps to facilitate digestion by regulating stomach acid.
  • Star anise: good for indigestion, intestinal gases and gastrointestinal problems.
     

You can drink any time you want to support body immunity.

  • Ginger: it fights infections in the body with its high antioxidant capacity.
  • Linden: increases body resistance by strengthening metabolism and is especially good for coughing.
  • Rosehip: with its vitamin C content, it is effective in protecting against diseases such as colds, flu, colds and strengthening the immune system.
     

It is most appropriate to drink, especially in the evening.

  • Chamomile: it is good for sleep disorders and is known for its calming properties. It also helps to alleviate premenstrual symptoms, high blood lipid, sugar and insulin levels. 
  • Balm: relieves insomnia caused by stress.
  • Jasmine: suppresses stress in the body, reduces tension, is heart-friendly.

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