A good cup of tea in morning is one of the best ways to wake up.
In afternoon, it can be relaxing and can optimize the ability to get sleep quickly.
In addition, tea not only has relaxing properties.
Tea serves as a medicine, for some alternative, but for others this is their true source of vitality and health.
It can be used to prevent disease or cure them.
So... Why you don't go and drink a delicious tea?
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Step 1: Prepare the Water...
The very base of a highly nutritious and delicious tea is the water we use.
Did you think that the preparation of a tea is made only when you put the bag in hot water?!
The water we use has a lot to do, usually have to remove the waste that could have.
So go, grab some water, and boil it!
Step 2: Prepare the Kittle
Believe it or not, the kittle where you leave lying water or tea greatly affects from that it has a bad smell that smell will impregn to the water or until you speck to alter its flavor.
Step 3: Warm the Teapot
Heat the bowl in which you will take tea, leave for 3-5 minutes (be careful that your water is not cool), then add the tea bag you have.
Step 4: Wait! Pleasure Is Almost There...
Wait for three to five minutes to let tea steep—more or less depending on the type of tea you are making.
Step 5: Okay, It's Time!
Savor it with a dessert, and only then, take what you want (sugar, milk, etc.).
Step 6: To Use It As Alternative Medicine:
It's the same use, the only difference is the type of tea you will use.
That depends on what you need to relieve , remember this is taken as a precaution or when no more effective medicine for your pain or illness.
Here you have a list of teas that you can take and its healing qualities :
Ginger tea :
Relaxes the body from stress and relieves muscle aches.
Ginseng tea :
It helps to restore the body's energy . Catch your appetite. And diets.
Chamomile tea :
To treat mild digestive disorders such as diarrhea , gastritis , indigestion or cramps .
Linden Tea :
As tranquilizer to calm the nervous state . It also helps with digestion and sleep easily .
Valerian tea :
Effective against nervousness, as a sedative and relaxing. However, if not cared consumption ratio can lead to excessive nervous system sedation , and the circulation and delay the decrease in blood pressure.