Welcome to the latest issue of The Right Tea Newsletter!
In this issue we will share with you new herbal teas added to the website since our last issue as well as a warming recipe to help you during the cold months of autumn and winter.
New in the section of Herbal teas is Chickweed tea. Applied delicatetly, this herbal infusion may be great for treating skin and tissue problems, such as eczema and psoriasis.
Drink this tea and you will find that it has a cleansing action, ridding your body of harmful toxins.
Find out more about this tea here:
The cold months are here and as we wait for spring and long days to return, at least we can be happy that we now have the perfect weather to enjoy a hot cup of tea. As if we needed any more excuses to do that!
Unfortunately with the sudden drops in temperature, the rain and general bad weather, also come colds, fevers and the flu. Here is a nice suggestion to help you stay warm in the autumn and winter months, and also fight those symptoms of the flu.
With just a few simple ingredients you can make a hot cup of tea to keep you warm and happy.
Now let's put te kettle on and brew a great healing tea:
The great thing about this combination of ingredients is that it not only serves you well when you have a cold, but also when you have a bad stomachache or are suffering from indigestion.
Cinnamon and ginger are great herbs to help out with digestive problems as well as other ailments.
However, you do not need to be sick to try this tea blend. It will serve as a great treat on any cold afternoon.
So stay warm and enjoy a nice hot cup of tea!
Sage tea is a great tonic tea, particularly for women. You will find this new addition to our Herbal tea collection very helpful if you are suffering due to the symptoms of menopause.
This healing infusion may be helpful for the mind and body, calming nerves, restoring vitality and enhancing the brain function.
Find out more about this soothing tonic here:
More articles about tea are coming, so keep on the lookout for the next issue of our newsletter. While you wait, look around our website and learn more about tea and its health benefits.
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