Due to its health advantages, herbal teas have seen a recent spike in popularity. An infusion or combination of different leaves, fruits, bark, roots, or flowers from virtually any edible, non-tea plant makes herbal tea. Tisanes are the name given to herbal teas throughout Europe and other parts of the world.

People have used herbal teas for thousands of years to both enhance their health and just to enjoy. Teas made from herbs may help you feel less stressed and anxious as well as sleep better.

Due to various stress levels and palates, they also have unique effects on each individual. It could take a few tries to find the perfect tea for you, or you can maintain a variety in your cabinet to suit various demands and preferences.

According to research, some herbs can have significant impacts on our stress levels and, as a result, on our physical and mental health. You may choose the ideal herbal tea for your current needs from this selection of 13 different varieties.

Herbal teas include a variety of naturally occurring anti-inflammatory substances that may be advantageous to human health, including antioxidants that help the body resist stress, antiviral and antibacterial substances, herbs that may lessen inflammation, and herbs that may lower the risk of blood clots and high blood pressure.

A daily cup of herbal tea may help you maintain good health and lower your stress levels. For instance, a study from 2021 discovered that lemon balm, which is commonly present in tea blends, may be useful for reducing stress, anxiety, and depression symptoms, however additional research is required.

According to a 2018 study, even the mere scent of black tea, in particular, may help reduce stress and foster a more relaxed state of mind.

Before adding any herbal teas (or herbal supplements, for that matter!) to your diet, make sure to see your doctor. Medications or medical issues may be impacted by some teas. For instance, chamomile has a slight blood-thinning effect and, if ingested in high quantities, may interact with the drug warfarin (Coumadin).

Don’t wait while you’re in pain, request an appointment today at The Health First Group in Mississauga Millcreek, Mississauga Heartland, or Etobicoke. Our practitioners in all three cities are ready to educate you on movement and your pain, to get you feeling like normal. This article was written by Hina Shaikh, PT who works at our Mississauga Millcreek location as a physiotherapist.


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