Green Tea Can Cure Your Cold, Flu, And 3 Other Common Illnesses
If you are looking to relax, boost your health or simply warm up after a cold day there is no drink better than green tea. Green tea’s popularity as a health food has exploded in recent years and for good reason.
Green tea not only helps to support your physical health it also helps boost your mental health by helping to reduce stress. What follows below are the 5 ways green tea can help improve your health.
The Cold and Flu
Now by no means whatsoever is green tea and outright cure to any sort of illness, but it can play a vital role in your recovery by assisting your immune system in its fight against daisies and infection. Green tea provides your immune system with the properties it needs boost it defensive capabilities.
These properties include antioxidants which are needed to fight off infections and free radicals. Green tea also contains many trace minerals and chlorophyll that support the body by aiding in the natural cleansing process.
Green tea can also be mixed with some ginger root, lemon, cayenne, and about a teaspoon of honey to make a hot drink that is soothing to the throat helps with the great fight against infection. When Green tea is combined with vitamin C, proper nutrition and rest your body will be able to overcome almost any cold or flu symptom it runs into.
Anxiety and Stress.
Once again it should be noted that green tea is not an all-out cure, but, a helpful tool to insure your body and mind reach their optimal levels of health over time.
Green tea is full of amino acids that help to influence the brain’s chemistry at points of stress. Amino acid Such as L-theanine (found in green tea) help to decrease the brains cortisol levels.
Cortisol is known as the stress hormone by dressing its levels in the brain individuals will feel more calm and relaxed.
Joint pain can be an excruciating experience; however it is not something you absolutely have to suffer through. Green tea is highly alkalizing to the body, which means it a great remedy for fighting joint pain and inflammation. Green tea can also further help the body by boosting the immune system, which can be worn down after repeated bouts of high intensity movement.
While it might not be the first remedy that jumps to mind for puffy eyes, green tea is excellent at alleviating this morning nuisance. By simply placing cooled pre brewed green tea bags on your eyes for 20 minutes you can greatly reduce inflammation that causes puffy eyes.
Green tea like peppermint, chamomile, and ginger tea can help upset stomach exponentially. This is due to green tea’s ability to dissipate the stress hormones that can be found in the digestive tract. Green tea helps to calm nerves responsible for the digestion process and thus relieve pain.
Green tea might not be the most flavorful drink, but with its many health benefits there is no doubt it is something that should be in everyone’s diet.
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