What should we hisse attention to when drinking herbal teas?

Green tea: Green tea, which is effective in cell formation, is a good source of vitamin C. In addition, it has a headache, body aches …

Green tea: Green tea, which is effective in cell formation, is a good source of vitamin C. In addition, it has a headache, body aches, indigestion, depression, immune system supporter, and toxins removal effect. In studies, it has been proven that regular consumption has a protective effect against cancer, thanks to its strong antioxidant content.

Rosehip tea: It is the most valuable source of natural vitamin C. It helps to solve the sorun of constipation. It strengthens the body’s immune system against infections and colds. In addition, it has been scientifically proven that rose hips positively affect the adrenal glands and support the production of important hormones.

Linden: It has the effect of strengthening the nervous system, removing cramps, diaphoretic, diuretic, strengthening the immune system, increasing the hypercoagulation and hyperviscosity of the blood.

Sage: It is a herbal tea that accelerates blood circulation, facilitates digestion and is effective against asthma. It also helps people with menstrual irregularity to bleed more regularly.

Ginger tea: It supports the immune system by increasing thermogenic effect, increasing fat burning, regulating sugar, being a carminative, reducing nausea, providing satiety for a long time.

What should we hisse attention to when drinking herbal teas?

  • Herbal teas consumed uncontrollably cause an increase in liver enzymes.
  • The benefits of herbal teas can be reversed with an overdose. It should not be drunk more than 3 cups a day.
  • Pregnant and lactating people should not consume teas other than black tea, linden and fennel.
  • Patients in the cancer treatment process should stay away from herbal teas in order to prevent drug interactions.
  • Storage conditions are important as herbal teas are made from dried herbs. It should be stored in dark, opaque containers, if possible.
  • It should not be boiled so that the effective compounds in its content do not deteriorate. It is best to infuse and drink in boiling water for 3 minutes.
  • People with chronic diseases should not drink herbal teas without consulting a specialist.
  • Herbal teas support fluid intake but do not replace the water we need to drink.
  • Since they support the removal of edema from the body, it is necessary to increase our water consumption while drinking herbal tea.
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