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Teas for easing RA Systems

Can Drinking Tea Help Ease Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms? Some evidence suggests certain teas may help relieve pain and other rheumatoid arthritis symptoms. By Cathy Garrard Alexa Meara, MD If pain and stiffness have an uncomfortable impact on your life, a mug of tea may be a simple and gentle path to feeling better. When it comes to treating arthritis, “I believe all tea can be beneficial,” says Mahsa Tehrani, MD, a rheumatologist in Vienna, Virginia. “Tea has fantastic anti-inflammatory properties which can theoretically help with the underlying inflammation,” she says. Check with your doctor before trying any complementary treatments to make sure they won’t interact with your prescription medications or other products that you take. Like all supplements, teas are not regulated by the FDA and products...

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Why loose?

Tea, it's the second most consumed beverage in the world.Are you simply dunking a bag and getting what you think tea really offers?  Drinking loose leaf tea vs bagged is like a fresh peach vs a canned peach1) The Health Benefits lets start there The larger leaves mean ir keeps more of what you want.  The catechin, the antioxidants . That means you get more of what makes tea good for you.2) Better Aroma And FlavorLoose tea has more surface area than the "tea dust" (fannings) that go into bags. The larger the leaves, the more natural oils you get to steep out of them, and this of course means great flavor, along with a pleasant scent!3) There is so...

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10 reasons to love tea!

Tea contains antioxidants Antioxidants work to prevent the body’s version of rust and thus help to keep us young and protect us from damage from pollution. Tea has less caffeine than coffee Herbal blends have no caffeine, while traditional teas have less than 50 percent of what typically is found in coffee. Tea may reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke “There’s a lot of literature out there on tea and heart health In fact, a study published earlier this year that combined data from a host of earlier reports found a nearly 20 percent reduction in the risk of heart attack and a 35 percent reduced risk of stroke among those who drank one to three cups of...

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Just a little information about Herbs benifits

Chamomile or Camomile – good for digestion, relaxing, rheumatoid arthritis, relieves back pain, soothes skin irritations, and good for sunburns, and much more Lavender – relaxes and helps people sleep, and feel calm. Very popular in aromatherapy. Recent studies show it has many other herbal tea benefits, and one study shows it can replace sleeping pills. Peppermint or mint – best-tasting herb (in my opinion); good for cramps and stomach pain, relieves gas, aids in digestion, reduces sick feeling, and can help with insomnia. Orange Peel – should have similar effect as whole oranges or orange juice. Strengthening and refreshing, and healing as well as cleansing to digestive tract. Raspberry leaves – prepares the uterus for childbirth, and is believed to shorten labour. it alleviates...

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Exciting News About Loose Leaf Teas

Exciting Study!March 16, 2017Source:National University of SingaporeSummary:Tea drinking reduces the risk of cognitive impairment in older persons by 50 per cent and as much as 86 per cent for those who are genetically at risk of Alzheimer's, new research suggests.NUS researchers found that regular consumption of tea brewed from tea leaves reduces elderly persons' risk of cognitive decline.A cup of tea a day can keep dementia away, and this is especially so for those who are genetically predisposed to the debilitating disease, according to a recent study led by Assistant Professor Feng Lei from the Department of Psychological Medicine at National University of Singapore's (NUS) Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.The longitudinal study involving 957 Chinese seniors aged 55 years...

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