Healthy Living Archives - Health Tea Box

July 18, 2019
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This Wednesday, over 30 residents attended our wellness event at Barwarre Gardens – Retirement Village, where our resident Naturopath – Kimberlee Ashanti shared information about the role that herbs and herbal supplements can play in promoting healthy aging. It was a very interactive session with lots of questions and answers shared over multiple cups of Health Tea Box natural teas.

One thing is for sure, everybody left hydrated and with a bunch of practical tips to kick start their individual wellness routines.

Learn more about our natural herbal wellness program.


July 8, 2019


When it comes to providing optimized health services to aged clients, doing so with the highest standards of quality and benefit is of utmost importance. The goal is to help these individualsage with dignity and to continue to feel their best, despite their age.

While there are a lot of products on the market that can do this for the general population, few meet the demands and cater to the needs of the aging individual. Their needs are different: the nutrient demands are altered, the brain and mental health requirements change, and the goals surrounding preventative health are different as well.

And while other health products may not work, we know the health tea box does: it has been shown to improve cognitive function, support improved gut health, increase energy and reduce stress.

Specially formulated teas, designed with a target purpose and their own unique nutrition profile, these teas are an ideal addition to the daily routine of individuals in aged care living. In fact, in many cases, they are a great alternative to other products which individuals do not enjoy consuming and therefore resist as part of their regular schedule.

Each tea has carefully researched ingredients, all of which serve a specific purpose in being part of the recipe. With this high degree of research behind each one, we are confident that these teas and their contents can help satisfy the requirements of Quality Control Agency Checks:



Healthy Hydration Alternative

Hydration at any age is crucial for overall health and wellbeing. In aged care however, it is particularly important because this age group is more susceptible to dehydration:

  • Dehydration has shown a decrease in cognitive performance, particularly relevant for the aged population who are typically already suffering cognitive declines
  • Adequate hydration can have a positive effect on patient quality of life, including reducing incidence of urinary tract infections, emotional outbursts, and kidney degradation.

The tea is a great way to encourage individuals to stay adequately hydrated, as it is more flavourful than water, is warming and can be part of a ritual and social routine with other facility clients.


Nutritional Properties

The teas as part of the Health Tea Box are designed to be nutritionally rich. They offer a variety of nutrients and health properties which are particularly relevant for the aging population:

  • Antioxidants– present in the matcha, turmeric, coconut, and fruit in the teas and important for reducing oxidative stress in the body.
  • Anti-inflammatories – turmeric is a potent anti-inflammatory which helps reduce inflammation at the cellular level
  • Vitamins and Minerals – Vitamin C, found in our teas in the orange zest and kiwi, is an important vitamin for immunity. The immune system in the aging population is sometimes compromised and needs additional nutritional support whenever possible.
  • Anti-Cancer – containing licorice, ginseng and turmeric, throughout the blends, all of these ingredients have been shown to have anti-cancer properties, an important consideration for the aging population
  • Digestion Enhancement – A healthy gut is at the root of a healthy mind, disease prevention and emotional stability. The tea blends contain several functional digestion promoting ingredients, including fennel, peppermint and rose petals.

Preventative Health

Much of the work with the elderly population is in preventative care, working to offer them the appropriate lifestyle choices, such that they can prevent any further decline in their bodies physically and mentally. There are many areas of preventative health which are important to address:

    • Sleep– Increased age facilitates a natural decline in sleep requirements. Sleep is still essential however, and our tea contains sleep boosting ingredients, such as Valerian, Chamomile and Lemon Balm.
    • Immunity– With a tea designed specifically for immunity, containing antioxidant rich ingredients like orange zest and peppermint, targeting immunity in the elderly is essential for reducing the chance of fatal illness. Other teas include immune boosting benefits from licorice, pomegranate and chamomile.
    • Type 2 Diabetes– Many individuals in aged care have pre-existing conditions such as Diabetes. Our teas contain antioxidants and ingredients such as Turmeric, Ginseng and Coconut which help address these diseases at the root cause and mitigate their negative effects. The antioxidant properties from licorice, and adaptogen benefits from rhodiola are also critical players in addressing chronic illnesses such as diabetes.
    • Cardiovascular Distress– A prominent concern amongst the elderly population, our tea contains ingredients which have been shown to improve cardiovascular function, including Ginseng, Gingko Biloba, Rhodiola and salvia miltorrhiza.

Mental Health

Memory, cognition, and mental health are all top priorities when it comes to bettering the life and wellbeing of the aging population. While genetics and life history play a large role in determining mental health outcomes for an individual, there are many lifestyle changes one can make that can influence these outcomes positively, and act as preventative measures towards further declines. Two of our blends in particular – Cognitive Assist and our Afternoon/Evening blend – target cognitive and mental health. They assist with stress adaptation, promotion of clarity of thought and strengthening of memory. They contain ingredients such as:

  • Red Ginseng – offers cognitive benefits to patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia
  • Gingko Biloba – effective and safe long-term for patients with dementia
  • Huperzia Serrata -– derived from Huperzine A, which helps improve behavioural disturbances and general cognitive function
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The ingredients used as part of the Health Tea Box are all natural and plant-derived and the teas contain no added sugar, artificial flavours or preservatives. In essence, these blends act as a non-pharmaceutical alternative to fighting and preventing health degradation and disease which commonly affects aging individuals.

Baby Boomers are filling an increasingly larger percentage of those looking for aged care, but members of this demographic are unique in that they enter aged care educated in natural health practices, and in many cases with the desire to help themselves through natural health solutions. The Health Tea Box is the answer to this, with research-backed ingredients and multiple health benefits behind it.

Aging is an inevitable part of the life trajectory. It doesn’t however, have to be an unpleasant and difficult one. Through proper nutrition and exercise, the use of health promoting products like a Health Tea Box, and through the care and commitment of the generous aged care workers, these individuals can maintain a high quality of life into their final days.



From the experts:

“The use of natural ingredients offers a holistic approach to helping aging individuals, allowing them to gain benefits across their whole body – from brain and memory to joints to inability to sleep. Natural alternatives encourage health issues to be targeted at the root cause, not simply through a band-aid solution that may stop working or have other negative consequences. Furthermore, drinking tea is a simple integration into the daily routine of most people, and it tastes delicious!”



Laura Peill
Registered Holistic Nutritionist







We’d love to help you become healthier and be the best version of yourself!

Got a question? Send us an email:
info@healthculturesystems.com.au



June 26, 2019

A cup of Herbal tea could be the best solution for everyday wellness.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away! It is a simple rhyme that has stuck with us from childhood in an attempt to keep us eating our fresh fruit and vegetables. A study has been conducted on the matter, and although not statistically relevant in keeping the doctor away, daily apples do manage to lower the need for prescription medicines.

So if a simple addition of one apple can really make the chance of a person needing prescription medicine decrease, what could the potential of consuming more than 30 scientifically effective herbs, spices and fruits be when infused into daily cups of herbal tea?

Can it really be as easy as a simple cup of tea for improved everyday wellness? I truly believe so. Let me share with you why.


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What our bodies need in the morning

Firstly, we need to drink something. More often than not we are dehydrated in the morning and we don’t even know it. Many of us immediately reach for a sugary coffee in order to pick us up, but this further exasperates the issue by increasing blood flow through our kidneys and making them work harder.

Starting the day in the best possible way not only sets you up with more energy to tackle life; it can also boost immunity and improve your mood which can have a positive flow on effect for the entire day.

So, in the morning, by drinking water that is infused with elements that can further enhance energy in a natural and complementary way, you are not only breaking your fast in a healthy manner, but giving you that good morning shake up as well.


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What our bodies need during the day

As you settle into your day, you might be interacting with other people, you could be problem solving or perhaps you’re trying to close a deal or finish an assignment. Regardless what you’re doing, you are constantly learning and in order to succeed, you need to always be on your best game.

By utilizing the neuro-protective and memory enhancing compounds that certain herbs such as gingko biloba, ginseng and dong quai possess, blood pressure can be regulated and a harmonized flow can occur throughout your body. This can provide the mental stamina boost needed to power you through the productive part of your day.



What our bodies need in the afternoon

After lunch, we can fall into a slump which sees the rest of the day drag by in a haze. Delicious coconut is known to provide a quick energy boost that doesn’t drag you down.

A mouthwatering combination of coconut, lime, cinnamon, ginger, black pepper and turmeric actually result in an immense overhaul for poor digestion and gut health as well as reducing our inflammatory responses.

Piperine, the active compound found in black pepper can help to improve the absorption of nutrients. Ginger is an age old remedy for poor digestion and works by stimulating processes in the body, such as saliva flow to aid digestion. Saliva is aided by lime to break down nutrients whilst cinnamon and turmeric have anti-inflammatory properties which support healthy digestion.


Afternoon Slump

What our bodies need before we sleep

So that we can sleep well and easy, it is important to take the time to relax. It is a good idea to spend time away from digital devices and to avoid eating and caffeinated products. There are a few well-known and scientifically proven herbs that soothe and calm the body and mind in consumable amounts.

Chamomile is a safe and effective choice to use due to the abundant presence of the compound, apigenin. Apigenin is a muscle relaxant and can reduce anxiety in low doses, whilst promoting mild sedation in higher doses.

Other effective herbs include passionflower, lemon balm and valerian. They are safe to combine when mixed by a professional and can have an immense effect on the body in a natural and safe way.


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An everyday solution

By drinking scientifically tested and effective herbal teas infused with the qualities of nutrients that our bodies demand during certain times of the day and not others, we can most definitely improve our everyday wellness by nurturing ourselves in the right way at the right time.

The Health Tea Box wellness programcan certainly help you stay healthy and improve your wellness. With over 30 scientifically tested and proven medicinal herbs, delicious tea leaves and an array fruits and spices, each combination has been artfully designed to satisfy both taste and the necessary requirements for different stages of the day.

From a kickstart in the morning filled with metabolism boosting matcha, rose and fragrant strawberries, through to a tension reducing night blend of calming herbs sweetened with vanilla.

There are a choice of 5 teas in total, including an all day blend with immunity boosting licorice, pomegranate and orange zest for those days you’re feeling a little low.

By offering their customers a cost-effective and uniquely presentable way to easily take action and improve their wellbeing, the team at Health Tea Box are dedicated to using holistic nutrition as a means of providing inspiration to leading happier and healthier lives.

Love yourself and enjoy your life by fusing professional health care with the enjoyment and great taste of a simple cup of tea. A few cups a day could even keep the doctor away!


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We’d love to help you become healthier and be the best version of yourself!

Got a question? Send us an email:
info@healthculturesystems.com.au



April 26, 2019

6 Simple ways to help avoid catching a Cold or Flu!



Dont Get Sick

The cooler weather and decrease in sunshine are often precursors to a cold or the start of the symptoms of flu. The immune system works hard to keep us healthy and functioning optimally, but sometimes it can’t keep up!

This year, as winter slowly starts to descend, prepare ahead by strengthening your immune system and arming it with everything it needs to help you stay healthy and keep sickness away!

Maintain Sleep
Sleep is the foundation of a healthy body. During sleep, the body repairs itself, including cleaning out old cells, tackling viruses or bacteria and replenishing the cells of the immune system so they can be on guard and ready to fight. Lack of sleep means this doesn’t get done, and eventually that catches up to you in the form of cold or flu. If you have trouble getting to sleep, why not try a sleepy time tea?

Practice Stress Management
Whether you meditate regularly, engage in yoga and deep breathing or simply get out and exercise, reducing your stress is a key step in helping keep your immune system healthy. The body doesn’t differentiate between different types of stress: physical stress from exercise, family stress or that from work, the sympathetic nervous system enacts the same pathway to fight it. If this is enacted too often however, the immune system starts to break down because it can’t keep up. Regularly engage in your most efficient stress reduction techniques to stay healthy. And better yet, try some tension taming tea to help you out.

Tackle Lymphatics
The body has its own built-in detoxification system, that is manually pumped through our movement, exercise and breathing. Known as the lymphatic system, the body uses this system to get rid of toxins, clean out dead and unwanted cells, and help release viruses or invaders in the body. Having a healthy lymphatic system is key to having a healthy immune system. Tackle this by regular exercises, deep breathing exercises, drinking lots of water and avoiding long periods of sedentary behaviour.


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Become Adaptogenic
Adaptogenic ingredients, such as ashwaganda, rhodiola and certain varieties of mushrooms, have adaptogenic properties. This means they are able to help the body adapt to stressors and be better able to deal with the stress that is presented. Illness is a stress on the body, and it is important to arm your immune system with the proper tools to stay healthy before illness strikes.

Eat Plants
Leafy greens, broccoli, sweet potato, blueberries, beetroot and any other brightly coloured plants are your best friend when it comes to fighting disease and boosting immunity. All of these contain antioxidants, which help remove free radicals in the body. These free radicals can be at the root of illness – acute and chronic – so it is important to keep them in check. Aim to make the majority of your diet plant-based, with less coming from animals and minimizing processed foods and sugar.

Get Moving
Finally, don’t forget the importance of exercise! Not only can it be a valuable way to improve your lymphatic health, help you sleep better, and be a great way to reduce stress, but exercise also releases natural endorphins, which are beneficial to immunity. Furthermore, if you engage in your activity outside, you are exposed to environmental stimuli which can also strengthen your immune system by exposing it to additional stimulants which it has to develop antibodies against.


Keep Moving

Above all else, listen to your body! It will tell you when it is tired, when it needs more water or if it is time to press pause and take a rest. When you do this, it will reward you in return keeping you healthy all season long!



Laura Peill
Registered Holistic Nutritionist







We’d love to help you become healthier and be the best version of yourself!

Got a question? Send us an email:
info@healthculturesystems.com.au



March 29, 2019

I’m absolutely obsessed with tea, and here are 5 teas that I’ve been having lately as part of my daily wellness routine!




Morning Tea – Herbal Tea Blend

This is the perfect tea to start your day with!  I love that this tea can offer an energy boost thanks to the unique combination of the matcha, green tea and white tea. Unlike coffee however, since these teas release their caffeine differently, I don’t feel jittery or have that dreaded mid-morning energy crash. Plus, I like that I get the added health benefits of matcha at the same time as being gently woken up!

Herbal Power

  • Matcha – Ground green tea leaves, offering a high level of antioxidants, disease-fighting catechins and natural relaxant L-theanine.
  • Hibiscus – Antioxidant and helps reduce high blood pressure
  • Rose Petals – Anti-inflammatory and helps improve digestion and blood health

Tasting Notes – The apple and berries balance out the sometimes-potent flavour of matcha and green tea and the slight fragrant taste of rose and hibiscus gives the tea a nice finish.



Day Blend – Cognitive Memory Assist

Sometimes I feel like my brain is overloaded, and I just can’t think straight. Whether it is a busy day with lots of demands, or I have a large project on the go, having a tea to bring clarity and help with the brain fog is essential. I consume this tea daily for the added long-term benefits of reducing Alzheimer’s risk, but I find it particularly beneficial when I’m in the throes of overwhelm and a to-do list that seems never-ending!

Herbal Power

  • Gingko Biloba – Improves blood flow, helping enhance blood circulation in the brain and augment memory
  • Ginseng Panax – Reduces amyloid, disease-causing, plaque build-up and helps lower blood pressure; offers anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits
  • Rhodiola – An adaptogen that helps the body adapt to stress; offers learning and memory protection and enhancement
  • Dong Quai – Improves immune system function and helps protect the cardiovascular system

Tasting Notes – Natural sweetness thanks to the mango, balanced out by the tartness of kiwi and apple; slight, but pleasant medicinal undertone from the memory enhancing ingredients.



All Day Blend – Immunity

Anybody else feeling the effects of the incoming cold weather? A little sniffle here, or waking up with a bit of a sore throat are my typical early symptoms to let me know a cold is on the way! Now though, I sip immunity tea off and on all day and within a few days, all my symptoms have gone! It’s easy to do when it tastes so delicious (thanks orange and pomegranate!), and I know I am getting a major Vitamin C boost at the same time. Win win!

Herbal Power

  • Liquorice – Beneficial for improving digestion, and nourishing the mucosal lining of the intestines; anti-inflammatory, immune enhancing and adoptogenic
  • Fennel – Containing anti-inflammatory properties, this seed also helps ease digestion discomfort and nausea
  • Peppermint – A multi-use natural herb, this plant is anti-spasmodic, helps ease digestion and enhances cognitive function

Tasting Notes – Naturally sweet thanks to the liquorice and fennel this tea has a hint of peppermint from the fresh peppermint leaf that is included in the blend. The orange and pomegranate give fruity finishing notes.



Afternoon Blend – Gut Health

I would drink this tea every day, thanks to the delicious flavour, but the fact that I get a gut boost at the same time is amazing! I tend to go for this tea 30-60 minutes after I have had lunch, as I find it helps me feel satisfied and lets me focus more on the afternoon tasks. Because the gut biome plays such a critical role in concentration, mood and brain function, I always make sure this tea is close by if I feel any early signs of gut distress, like nausea or bloating.

Herbal Power

  • Turmeric – A potent anti-inflammatory due to its high levels of curcumin, and rich in antioxidants; helps in supporting inflammatory processes in the digestive tract
  • Ginger – A natural anti-nausea, ginger’s fiery flavour helps it act as a natural circulatory stimulant, while simultaneously easing digestion.
  • Coconut – A source of healthy fats to enhance digestion and immunity, while also optimising brain function
  • Cinnamon – A natural way to help balance blood sugar, while offering circulatory benefits and helping maintain blood pressure

Tasting Notes – With the combination of ginger, coconut and lime, this tea tastes like a tropical paradise! It is pleasantly sweet, with a fiery, but balanced, ginger kick, and



Evening Blend – Relax and De-Stress

When the evening hits, and I am ready to unwind, I always crave a comforting cup of tea that I can wrap my hands around and curl up with on the couch. The truth is though, I am not always good at shutting my mind off and relaxing so I can sleep, and having a tea that is part of my routine to initiate that makes a huge difference. I love how this tea helps me instantly feel less stressed and calmer, and I always feel like my thoughts can finally slow down and I can get ready for bed.

Herbal Power

  • Valerian – Offering sedative and calming effects, this decreases nervous tension and encourages parasympathetic activation
  • Chamomile – Anti-inflammatory and immune boosting, offering antioxidant properties and aiding in relaxation
  • Lemon Balm – An antioxidant that enhances cognitive function and has calming properties
  • Passionfruit – A natural sedative, that encourages relaxation

Tasting Notes – Hints of cinnamon and vanilla, as well as a slight hit of lemon thanks to the Lemon Balm. The blend of ingredients allow this tea to be simultaneously soothing and satisfying.



Laura Peill
Registered Holistic Nutritionist







We’d love to help you become healthier and be the best version of yourself!

Got a question? Send us an email:
info@healthculturesystems.com.au



March 8, 2019
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Very excited about the upcoming “Lunch & Learn” workshop at Work Club Melbourne’s amazing office.

The Work Club’s ethos of freedom of movement, curiosity of mind and courage of spirit to transition effortlessly between work, life and leisure is a perfect match for our goal to introduce natural healthy habits to everyday life and empower a positive change to help people be the best version of themselves.

Be ready for some wellness tea tasting and lots of helpful herbal wellbeing hints and tips from our nutritionist Kimberlee Ashanti.


February 10, 2019
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It is often said that staying well hydrated is important, but why? The average adult’s body consists of 50-65% water about 2/3 of which is contained in our intracellular fluid. Water plays a very important role in keeping our body functioning properly. Some of the roles that water carries out include: regulating body temperature; helping (as saliva) to metabolize protein and carbohydrates; acting as a shock absorber for the brain, spinal cord and internal organs; flushing waste and toxins from the body via urine; and carrying oxygen and nutrients to the cells.

Dehydration is caused when a person loses more fluid from their body than they take in. If untreated, severe dehydration can cause seizures due to an electrolyte imbalance, a reduction in the volume of blood in the body also known as hypovolemic shock, kidney failure, heat injuries, and even coma or death. Elderly people are particularly susceptible to dehydration.

What causes this susceptibility to dehydration in older people?

  • The ability of elderly people to overcome the effects of vomiting, diarrhoea and fever can be reduced.
  • Older people are often on multiple medications, some of which can cause more frequent urination leading to dehydration. Some of these medications include diuretics, antihistamines, laxatives, antipsychotics and corticosteroids
  • The sense of thirst decreases with age so many older people simply do not realise that they require more fluids.
  • Mobility difficulties and relying on others to provide fluids can constrain seniors from drinking frequently.
  • Urinary incontinence or needing to go to the toilet more frequently can cause some elderly people to purposely reduce their fluid intake.
  • With age, the capacity of kidneys to retain fluid decreases.

Symptoms of dehydration in older people include:

  • Reduced urine output
  • Confusion
  • Dizziness
  • Dry mouth
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Constipation
  • Low blood pressure
  • Reduced or no sweat
  • Difficulty in walking.

How can we prevent dehydration in older people:

  • There is a general notion that drinking plenty of water helps to remain hydrated. However, our body is hydrated not only by water but also by other fluids or high fluid foods like fruits, soup and jelly. Offering a wide variety of fluids and high fluid foods can help increase the overall volume of fluid that an elderly person consumes.
  • Encourage visitors to share a beverage with their loved one while visiting.
  • Maintain a hydration program while tracking the impact of different foods on the patient. Keep providing adequate drinks not only after meals but in-between meals too.
  • Ensure that a variety of beverages are available, and offer smaller amounts more often rather than larger amounts less frequently.
  • Make sure that a beverage is always in reach of the elderly person at all times.
  • If you feel particular medications are resulting in dehydration, speak to the person’s doctor to see if there are alternative options available.

Hydrating alternatives:

If water is used for hydration, it is best to offer either warm or room temperature water. Cold water is more difficult to drink in higher volumes, contracts the stomach and makes digestion harder. It also makes nasal mucous thicker hindering normal respiration.

It is important that beverages offered other than water are healthy choices. Drinks such as cordial and soft drink are high in artificial colors, flavours, caffeine and sugar or artificial sweeteners. Fruit juice if consumed frequently also contributes a high amount of fructose or sugar to the diet. Drinks which can hydrate the body along with providing much-needed nutrients are thus needed.

One such healthy supplement is opting for herbal teas. They are a powerhouse of vital nutrients and anti-oxidants thus supplying the body with health giving benefits, helping to prevent cognitive decline and improve immune fuction while simultaneously preventing dehydration.

Using Health Tea Box herbal teas

Health Tea Box offers a combination of five different herbal teas made from a combination of natural herbs, flavouring and spices designed to address various areas of health and wellbeing. They are:

  • Morning blend, a combination of white and green tea, matcha, hibiscus and fruits, which enhances energy and reduces fatigue.
  • Day blend, a mix of a number of Chinese herbs including ginseng, gingkgo, and salvia, as well as fruits. It enhances alertness, working memory, focus and cognitive function in general. It reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease and assists with neuro-protection.
  • All day blend, includes licorice, pomegranate, orange zest, and hibiscus, it boosts immunity by increasing antioxidant intake.
  • Afternoon blend, a combination of turmeric, ginger, peppermint, and cinnamon, it helps to improve digestion and gut health and relives nausea and stomach discomfort.
  • Night blend, a mixture of valerian, chamomile, lemon balm, cinnamon, and vanilla, it reduces stress and anxiety and aids rest and sleep.

These teas have pleasant flavours and provide a healthy alternative from water for elderly people, while offering a daily well-being tonic for the mind and body and addressing common health concerns of older people.


January 10, 2019
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Living species are all dependent on each other. It is this dependency which completes the biological cycle. It is the same with maintaining health and fitness. A healthy lifestyle begins from our home and so do medicines to cure ailments. Simple ingredients used in everyday cooking could actually do wonders to our health. Due to modernization, we have begun to consume more junk food and fizzy drinks, a style statement for people nowadays. All this together has taken a severe toll on general health.

The World Health Organization conducted research that found that three-quarters of the world population relies on medicinal plants for their medical uses.

The advantage of using medicinal plants:

First and foremost, herbs are the safest for treatment. They have minimal or absolutely no side effects and they are in sync with nature. Herbal treatments have also been found effective across age groups.

Herbs such as tulsi, aloe, neem, turmeric, and ginger are readily available but actually have a deep impact on the general health of people.

Common herbs and uses include:

  • Black pepper, cinnamon, myrrh, aloe, sandalwood, red clover, burdock, and bayberry are few herbs which are useful in healing wounds, sores, and boils.
  • Basil, cilantro, fennel, apple mint, golden oregano, and lemon can be simply used as a part of our daily diet. They are easy to maintain at home.
  • Turmeric is an antiseptic used on wounds to heal them. It also controls the growth of germs and harmful bacteria.
  • Chirayta, black pepper, and sandalwood are natural remedies to control fever and production of heat recommended by healthcare specialists.
  • Sandalwood and cinnamon are natural astringents which are aromatic and can also be used for arresting the discharge of blood and mucus.

Precautions to be taken:

Herbal medicines contain active ingredients and are powerful. Always ensure to take a note of:

  • Over-the-counter herbal supplements and vitamin supplements you are taking
  • Any allergic reactions you might have experienced
  • Other medications you are undergoing for ailments.

Feather in the cap:

The best part of herbal medicines is they are a part of our everyday life. Health Tea Box teas blendsare one such impactful herbal alternative to cure ailments. This herbal concoction when consumed on a regular basis can provide wonderful results in protecting our body from health issues. Health Hydration teas are tasty and can be consumed by people across age groups. Though medicines aim at body health, blossoming teas are a treat for both the body and soul. They refreshe the mind and stimulate health from the inner self.

What’s more? They are readily available, can be easily brewed and consumed in few minutes. Health Hydration teas include fresh herbs, spices, dried fruits, variety of green tea leaves which doubly benefit us with the nutrition of the flower as well as the natural nourishment of the green tea leaves.

  • Health Hydration teas are rich in antioxidants and help in slowing down the breakdown of LDL cholesterol. All this prevents blood clots, improves vessel function, and protects the body from heart diseases.
  • Health Hydration teas have a great impact on lessening the stress levels. A continuous intake of this herbal concoction can lower the systolic blood pressure in just six months.
  • Health Hydration teas have no caffeine (except for Morning Energy blend) and hence do not make the mind jittery like fizzy drinks. They literally boost alertness and improve concentration levels without taking a toll on the body.

Are you still thinking? Without second thoughts, shift over to the plethora of herbal options available to lead a permanent healthy lifestyle.