Di's Health Tips
Getting enough fluid is so important to the health of our tissues, liver, spleen, kidneys, lymph system and other detoxification channels. Our intake of purified water is one way to stay hydrated, but to add a little pleasure sun tea or hot tea can be great. The variety of herb and fruit teas available today enhance our selection. One of my favorites is Celestial Seasonings Red Zinger sun tea on ice. Any sun tea can be brewed by adding 4 or so tea bags per quart of purified water, cover with a cloth or saran wrap and let sit in the sun for a few hours.
Tea is a great way to receive medicinal support as well. Echinacea for cold and flu, red clover for stagnant lymphatics, goldenseal for phlegm congestion, dandelion for pancreas and milk thistle for liver cleansing to name just a few. There are tea combinations available for stress, insomnia, constipation, toxic livers, digestion, female problems, immune problems, etc. For example, Yerba Mate' is an herb that comes as a tea known for boosting immunity, cleansing the blood and aiding in digestion.
tea can be OK in moderation for those who can tolerate it. If you experience
a blood sugar reaction or adrenal stress response that can affect your
blood pressure and heart rhythm, I would avoid caffeinated tea. Some of
the green and black teas contain antioxidants that help prevent free radical
damage to our cells.
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