Green tea originates in the West, being the most consumed beverage in Japan, surpassing juices and soft drinks. It has the power to protect the body’s cells, fight cholesterol, prevent some types of cancer, delay cell aging, speed up metabolism and optimize digestion.
Capim santo is cultivated in almost all tropical countries. In addition to being a beneficial drink, its oil can also be extracted, used in massages and compresses, acting against bacteria.
Like tea, its priorities help fight insomnia, anxiety, menstrual cramps, muscle pain, cough, gas, diarrhea, poor digestion, fever, headache, asthma, catarrh, hypertension, liver and kidney disease and stimulate milk production maternal.
A plant used for thousands of years by the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, it is known for its aroma and for being a delicious complement in many recipes. Fennel tea is a rich source of vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc and phosphorus.
Serves to fight gas, constipation, cough and prevent bad breath. It is also an excellent drink for babies who experience a lot of colic, helping to prevent it.
It is a plant originated in Asia, but cultivated all over the world. It is one of the most used herbs in the culinary world, as it is also an excellent seasoning. It is rich in vitamins C, B and D, magnesium, iron, sodium and potassium.
It has several benefits for the digestive system, improves stress, colds, menstrual cramps and helps in cases of lazy gallbladder.
Used to cure, be savored, and also to perfume environments, chamomile is one of the best known teas in Brazilian homes. Great for homemade alternatives in the treatment of poor circulation, poor digestion, muscle and tooth pain, stress, urinary inflammation, flu, conjunctivitis and is also an excellent and healthy sedative.
From the same family as bold and mint, lemon balm brings substances in its stems with powers, mainly, relaxing. In addition to being an excellent tranquilizer, it also fights stomach problems, strengthens the immune system, reduces cramps, cleanses the skin, fights fluid retention, treats digestive problems, phlegm, belching, herpes and vomiting.
Originally from Chile, the plant is always remembered when fighting stomach problems, such as gastritis, gas, heartburn, gallbladder and even liver diseases. It is an excellent antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal.
Cinnamon has an unmistakable aroma and taste. Its tea can be used to fight diabetes and digestive disorders. It controls cholesterol, respiratory problems, reduces urinary infections, headaches, improves blood circulation and stimulates breast milk production.
Ginger is known in many different cultures for its healing properties and root tea is no different; it is anti-inflammatory, helps prevent nausea, treats throat infections, is great for digestive treatments, and is a natural thermogenic.
Already in the Middle Ages it was used in alternative treatments. It helps prevent cancer, improves memory, relieves headaches, is anti-inflammatory, strengthens the immune system, helps hair growth, improves circulation, combats respiratory problems, helps detox the liver and even delays the aging of the skin. skin