35 Tea Recipes For Natural Healing

    Tea is more than just a tasty drink – it’s also good for you! According to studies conducted by the National Institutes of Health, green and black tea can be effective in reducing the risk of ovarian, lung and prostate cancer. Tea has brain and heart benefits, too. Drinking at least one cup a day can lower the risk of Parkinson’s disease and prevent or delay certain factors associated with cardiovascular disease. And, certain types of tea are known to fight free radicals, improve bone density, and improve your body’s ability to burn fat. That being said, remember to keep your caffeine intake in check and opt for caffeine-free or decaffeinated brews at times.

    For what ails you

    Women’s health

    For the kids

    Flavorful teas

    Iced & cool

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