5 Types of Tea that Can Make You Feel Better

Can we convert you into a tea lover?
by Pam Carlota   |  Nov 25, 2016
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Drinking tea is so much healthier than drinking coffee and it also has so many health benefits. Here are 5 types of tea you could drink if ever you have an upset stomach, flu, stuffed nose, fever, or even when you just can't fall asleep. We also featured some Instagram posts of avid tea drinkers you should follow!

  1. Ginger Tea for Nausea or an upset stomach.

For those times you feel nauseous, have an upset stomach, motion sickness, or you just want to vomit, this tea will hit the spot! It can also help with your cramps when you're on your period. (via besthealthmag.ca)

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  1. Green Tea to fight flu and sore throat.

Green tea is the best kind that you could drink often because this tea helps boost your immunity to help you fight the common cold and flu. It's also good for when you feel like your throat is scratchy and sore because it helps decrease the viruses that's lingering in your throat. (tbyil.com)

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  1. Oolong Tea is your weight loss BFF.

Several studies proved that Oolong tea can help with weight loss! As a bonus to weight loss, it can also promote healthy skin, teeth, and gums. (via naturallivingideas.com)

 

  1. Can't sleep? drink Chamomile Tea.

Ever have days when you just can't sleep and you have a big event, report, or test the next day? We feel you! Chamomile is a great solution for our insomniatic nights. It helps you relax and get your much deserved night's rest. (via spoonuniversity.com)

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  1. Peppermint Tea helps with Fever.

Peppermint tea is said to be a fever reducer because of menthol being its main ingredient. We know that in order to remove our fever, we need to sweat. Drinking a hot peppermint tea does that to your body and will have you sweating. But the cool menthol will balance it out by cooling down your body inside. (via organicfacts.net)

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Do you now feel the need to drink a cup of tea? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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