If you aren't feeling well, then instead of taking medication, you can drink medicinal teas that are typically made from herbs or other plants. This is a great way to use more natural, healing herbs if that is something you are interested in.
Below are some amazing medicinal teas you can try, but they are by no means the only ones available.
1. Lemon Balm Tea
The first healing medicinal tea is lemon balm tea, which is refreshing and great especially in the spring and summer months. Lemon balm tea has a delicious flavor, and this beverage also offers health benefits such as regulating your body's blood glucose or eliminating bacteria from your digestive tract.
You can pour dried lemon balm leaves into a glass bottle that is filled with warm water to make an herbal tea. One of my favorite teas from Traditional Medicinals, Cup of Calm, has lemon balm in it.
2. Sage Tea
You can also try a hot cup of sage tea. Sage tea offers health benefits such as preventing cognitive difficulties and reducing the overproduction of perspiration. Warm sage tea is also recommended for digestive issues that include bloating, diarrhea or heartburn.
You can make sage tea by pouring boiling water over sage leaves until you have a warm beverage.
3. Hibiscus Tea
By drinking hibiscus tea, you can alleviate liver diseases, cholesterol problems or high blood pressure. Regular consumption of hibiscus tea can increase your body's metabolism, helping you to lose excess weight.
4. Peppermint Tea
Peppermint tea has an energizing flavor that can help you overcome digestive issues such as nausea along with reducing pain and inflammation. Not only can drinking peppermint tea boost your immune system, but also, it can help to eliminate halitosis.
It is easy to find peppermint tea bags at local supermarkets. Peppermint tea is great to have early in the morning for more energy, or any time you are having tummy or digestive issues.
5. Chamomile Tea
Chamomile tea offers numerous benefits for the body, including inducing relaxation so that you can sleep. This mildly flavored medicinal tea is also appropriate for alleviating your menstrual cramping or the symptoms from a cold.
Look for loose chamomile tea in a tea store so that you can place it in a mesh strainer before pouring boiling water over it.