Seven Best Teas for Healing and/or Refreshment

Hot in the fall and winter; iced in the spring and summer. Bee Max Healthy loves to dabble in organic, high quality teas.


Bee Max Healthy

5/9/20232 min read

Tea has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for various ailments and illnesses. From soothing an upset stomach to reducing stress and anxiety, the healing benefits of tea are numerous. Here are some of the best healing teas that you should consider incorporating into your daily routine.

Hot in the fall and winter; iced in the spring and summer. Bee Max Healthy loves to dabble in organic, high quality teas.

  1. Ginger Tea: Ginger is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, making it an excellent choice for soothing an upset stomach or reducing inflammation in the body. Plus, it's delicious! Here's a ginger tea we love!

  2. Peppermint Tea: Peppermint is a natural muscle relaxant and can help reduce digestive issues like bloating and gas. It also has a refreshing taste that can help you feel more alert and focused. We grow our own mint to add a sprig to our iced mint tea. Click for Mint Tea

  3. Chamomile Tea: Chamomile is known for its calming and relaxing properties, making it an ideal choice for reducing stress and promoting sleep. It's also great for reducing inflammation and improving digestion. We don't know if the FDA, or CDC have studied Chamomile Tea, but they should!

  4. Green Tea: Green tea is loaded with antioxidants, making it a great choice for boosting immunity and reducing the risk of chronic diseases. Plus, it contains caffeine, which can help improve focus and mental clarity. BEE MAX HEALTHY HIGHLY RECOMMENDS A GLASS OR CUP OF GREEN TEA EVERY DAY!

  5. Turmeric Tea: Turmeric is a spice that has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Drinking turmeric tea can help reduce inflammation in the body, boost immunity, and improve brain function. A great organic turmeric tea!

  6. Echinacea Tea: Echinacea is a herb that is commonly used to prevent and treat the common cold and other respiratory infections. Drinking echinacea tea can boost immunity and reduce the duration of illness. Supporting ones immune system is not just for winter! Echinacea.

  7. Hibiscus Tea: Hibiscus tea is high in antioxidants and can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Plus, it has a pleasant tart flavor that makes it a great alternative to sugary beverages. Hibiscus is especially lovely iced. High blood pressure is a widespread problem in the US. Hibiscus

By incorporating these healing teas into your daily routine, you can reap the many health benefits they have to offer. So brew up a cup of your favorite healing tea today and start feeling better, naturally! Who knows? Give your pharmacist some time off with organic food, drink, and supplements!

As always, Bee Max Healthy recommends that you consult your health care provider before adding any supplements, radically changing your diet, or upping your exercise plan.