Who has never felt tired and worn out, or even without energy? Fatigue can be a normal reflex to physical exertion, emotional tensions or lack of sleep, however, you need to be aware that it can be a sign of something more serious such as depression, anemia, among others. There are some teas that can help improve fatigue.
Salvia is indicated to treat gum and throat infections. It is also excellent for improving memory and eliminating fatigue. The plant has antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also effective to treat hormonal problems such as PMS and menopause.
To prepare, use the ratio of three to four teaspoons of sage leaves to every cup of tea of water. Put the water in a container and then bring the fire and wait for it to boil. Turn off the heat and add the sage, letting it rest covered for approximately ten minutes. Strain and then consume. The indication is one cup two to three times a day.
Ginseng root is excellent for treating symptoms of fatigue, whether chronic or muscular, and tiredness. To prepare, use the ratio of one dessert spoon of root ginseng to each cup of water.
Put the water in a container and heat it. After boiling, turn off the heat and add the root pieces. Cover and leave for approximately ten minutes. When warming, strain and consumption. The recommended dose is twice a day. Have a cup in the afternoon, as soon as you wake up, still fasting, and another cup in the late afternoon.
This tea is effective to combat fatigue and make you feel like exercising. It is effective in muscle and organic recovery after exercise, in addition to improving performance during activity.
To prepare it, you will need powdered cinnamon, fennel and mustard seeds. Use a teaspoon of each of the ingredients. Put the water in a container and bring the fire, wait for it to boil and turn off. Add all the components of the tea, cover and let it rest. When warm, strain and consume.
Other anti-fatigue teas
In addition to these, guarana tea is also popular as a stimulant that combats physical and mental fatigue, in the same way that chamomile tea is a calming one used in crises and cases of depression. Lemon balm, gorse, fennel, mint, black tea and cinnamon are other examples of teas indicated to cure fatigue. However, you should always pay attention to the method of preparation and, in addition, you should always consult a doctor.