Ingredients

Sencha Green Tea Sencha tea is a very popular tea which originates from Japan. Japan is known to be the source of top-quality teas, such as Sencha, Genmaicha, Gyokuro, and Bancha. Literally, Sencha means “roasted tea” and refers to tea leaves that are not grounded and rather resemble the shape of green beans.Sencha tea is a very popular tea which originates from Japan. Japan is known to be the source of top-quality teas, such as Sencha, Genmaicha, Gyokuro, and Bancha. Literally, Sencha means “roasted tea” and refers to tea leaves that are not grounded and rather resemble the shape of green beans. Sencha tea has a lot of health benefits for the users. It is a good source of anti-oxidant. One of the common antioxidants present in Sencha tea is catechins. Catechins have the potential antioxidant activities. In fact, this antioxidant is 100% better than vitamin C or E. Catechins have also been reported to have an anti-cancer property and slow down the aging process. Some other beneficial health elements in Sencha tea are the theanine. Theanine are amino acids which help to ease one’s mood. It also helps to reduce stress and enhance the overall calmness and peace of the mind. Sencha tea has also been proven to improve the entire immune system of the body. It is also recommended for diabetic people and those who want to lose weight. It also has an anti-aging effect on the skin and facilitates skin repair and fights against tooth decay. 

 

 


  

 

 

 

 

Lemongrass Lemongrass is a herb widely used in the Thai cuisine and other Asian countries. It is frequently found in the tropical climate where it flowers during the summer. However, this grass can be grown in areas with cold winters with a little gardening science. The lemongrass plant is a Gramineae class of grass. The leaves, stem, and seeds of this plant are usually harvested for various purposes. The plant usually lies prostrate on the ground and spreads into a clump. The leaves are blade-shaped, just like grass and they grow out of a bulbous stem located at the base of the plant. These bulbous stems resemble those of a spring onion. It is this bulbous part, together with some other herbs, that make up the distinctive flavor of the food. Lemongrass has a number of health benefits. It is known for its calming effect on stress or insomnia. It is also a good insect repellant. More so, lemongrass has been shown to possess antibacterial and antifungal properties. Furthermore, the lemongrass is a good cleanser. It is frequently used to detoxify the kidney, liver, pancreas, bladder, and the digestive tract. It also helps to reduce the cholesterol level, uric acid, blood pressure, excess fats, and other toxins in the body. What’s more, lemongrass helps to promote food digestion, blood circulation, and milk production.

 

 

 

 

 

Garcinia Cambogia Garcinia Cambogia is a natural fruit that looks like a tiny pumpkin. It is greenish in color and is commonly used as a powerful appetite suppressant. This fruit is common in the southeast of Asia, in countries such as Cambodia, Burma, and Thailand. Research has indicated that this fruit is very effective in eliminating unwanted body fat. The major ingredient present in this weight-loss tea supplement is Hydroxycitric acid or HCA. HCA is originally gotten from citric acid and known to be a good suppressant of fat accumulation. 

 

 

 

 

 

Fennel Fennel (marathon in Greek), has a history that can be traced to the ancient Greek victory over the Persians in the 460BC. The name “Fennel” was mentioned over 3,500 years ago in the Ebers Papyrus which is an ancient Egyptian medical manuscript for treating flatulence. Fennel is an aromatic and flavored herb popularly used for medical and culinary purposes. Fennel is a perennial plant with greenish leaves like dill and small yellow flowers. Each of the plant and seeds are used for different purposes.

 

 

 

 

 

Senna Leaf Senna is otherwise called Cassia senna or Cassia acutifolia in botanical. It is a very common ingredient used as a remedy for constipation. It has an ingredient called anthroquinones which is used to clear every constipation problem. It is also known for its positive effect on the digestive system. Furthermore, this herb is very rich in fiber and these fibers help to prevent constipation problems and other digestion-related problems. Senna has the ability to remove the adhered slim wastes or remnants of the faeces present in the body. Top Pharmacists has revealed that Sennas eaten raw are not as effective as those processed into teas.

 

 

 

 

 

Ginger According to the “Rodale’s Encyclopedia of Herbs”, the Greek bakes prepared gingerbread from the ginger imported from Orient over 400 years ago. Although the origin of ginger is not ascertained, it is believed to evolve from the southern China and India. It general grows well in fertile, well-drained soils that are partially shaded. Ginger contains acrid resin, borneal, camphene, bisabolene, PABA, zingerone, borneol, choline, sesquiterpene, Citral, ginerol, cineole, inositol, volatile oils, phellandrene, many B vitamins, and zingiberene. It is widely and popularly used in history to treat colitis, nausea, diverticulosis, vomiting, gas and indigestion, morning sickness, paralysis of the tongue, hot flashes and menstrual cramps. It is also widely used to cleanse the colon and promote blood circulation. What’s more, it is also popularly used to treat colds and sore throats. 

 

 

 

 

 

Psyllium Psyllium, also called Plantagoovata Forsk, is a plant commonly grown and found in the United States, India, and Southern Europe only. It is mainly used as a dietary fiber in foods like cereals. The stalk also contains seeds, called psyllium, which is popularly used in foods. The FDA attested to the fact the combination of psyllium to a low-fat diet can help lessen the possibilities of a heart disease. Other studies also reported that psyllium is very effective in reducing the total cholesterol level of the body. What’s more, Psyllium is also has a benefit for people who suffer from constipation and diabetes. 

 

 

 

 

 

Peppermint Peppermint is an ancient herb that has its origins in Europe but is commonly grown in gardens all across the globe today. It is a versatile plant that offers many producers of consumer products both flavor enhancement and medicinal properties. Peppermint Leaf is a great aid to the digestive system. It increases the quantity and ability of bile to flow from the liver. This, in turn, helps in the digestion of fats and reduces bad cholesterol. Peppermint also calms the stomach, aids in extracting nutrients from food, reduce harmful bacteria in the stomach, and relaxes the muscles in the intestines thus reducing cramping. Its cleansing properties decrease the filtering work demanded of the liver and kidneys. An after-dinner peppermint reduces both stomach gas and the amount of time food is in the stomach. It is used in anti-nausea medicine, not just for its pleasant flavor, but also because peppermint will sooth the stomach lining. In this way, it has been effective in treating motion sickness and morning sickness as well.

 

 

 

 

 

Pomegranate One of the oldest cultivated fruits, pomegranates first grew in ancient Persia and the health benefits of the pomegranate were recognized even then. The Romans gave it its name - "pomegranate" literally means "seed apple" in Latin - and planted the sturdy seedlings throughout their empire. Spain so loved pomegranates that they named the city of Granada after them. Pomegranates' deep red color delivers more than just plate appeal; that garnet hue signifies the fruit's rich supply of antioxidant phytochemicals. Antioxidants counteract cellular damage due to free radicals. While researchers are still studying the effects of antioxidants on the human body and haven't yet concluded that these compounds work the same in people as they do in a test tube, the National Cancer Society asserts that within the testing they've done so far, "antioxidants help prevent the free radical damage that is associated with cancer." It's impossible to talk of curing disease with antioxidants, but it's clear that foods with antioxidants appear to be sensible preventive medicine. Like many fruits, pomegranate supplies a healthy dose of vitamin C. Unlike others, it also contains vitamins B5, B9 and K. Potassium and zinc top the list of vital minerals that pomegranates and pomegranate juice contain.

 

 

 

 

 

Papaya Papaya (PawPaw) is a sweet and succulent fruit found in tropical climates around the world. Its health benefits are many; it is naturally rich in vitamins, minerals, lycopene, beta-carotene and other vital nutrients. Many cultures successfully use the leaf, seeds, skin, and pulp of this miraculous fruit for various diseases, infections and skin conditions. Today, researchers and scientists throughout the medical community are stepping up the investigation into the health benefits of papaya leaf (pawpaw twig) and the role it plays in fighting cancer, wound care, its anti-inflammatory benefits and how it helps to strengthen the immune system. Groundbreaking studies are showing that the enzymes and other compounds found in the leaves, skin, pulp, and seeds have many medicinal uses.

 

 

 

 

 

Dandelion Leaf The name dandelion comes from the French phrase 'dent de lion,' meaning 'lion's tooth.' This refers to the jagged-edged leaves of this weed. The fancier scientific name is Taraxacum officinale. Dandelion Leaf is mainly used to remove toxins and heavy metals from the body. It does this by enhancing the liver and gallbladder, which act as the processor of foods, and purifier for your body. The liver is the most essential and active organ in the entire body. It is the only organ that can regenerate itself. Sadly, most of the foods and beverages we consume are extremely harmful to the liver.

 

 

 

 

 

Camomile Camomile tea benefits have been recognized for centuries. Chamomile looks similar to a daisy with its white petals and yellow disc florets. The flowers have a strong aroma and bloom in the early to mid-summer months. It's found in populated areas of Europe, Asia, North America and Australia near roads, landfills or in cultivated fields as a weed. It has other names including Wild Chamomile, Hungarian Chamomile, and Pineapple Weed. The word chamomile is derived from Greek origin, meaning "earth-apple on the ground". It is so called due to the sweet, apple-like, scent of the plant. Chamomile tea has a golden color and delicious, fruity, flavor.

  

 

 

 

 

Cassia Seed Having its origins in India, the Cassia herb has been mentioned throughout history (even in the Bible) as a miraculous remedy for numerous conditions. With the passing of time, Cassia oil and Cassia seeds played important parts in alternative medicine, thus helping the Cassia herb spread to other regions, such as Africa or China. Today, the herb is mostly cultivated in Chinese provinces such as Sichuan and Guangxi. The small seeds of Cassia can vary in color from green to dark brown and even yellow; have a smooth surface and a salty-bitter-sweet taste. In traditional Chinese medicine, the Cassia seeds have been used for maintaining clear vision, and have been consumed in the form of tea.

  

 

 

 

 

Stevia Stevia is an all-natural sweetener that is excellent in tons of applications, including a variety of different herbal tea recipes. Stevia comes from a plant called Stevia rebaudiana that's originally grown in South America and Paraguay in particular. Having been used for centuries as a natural sweetener, as well as being seen as having positive medicinal properties, stevia is finally starting to arrive at the Western marketplace. There are a variety of ways one can obtain stevia: in fresh leaf form, dried leaf form, a crystallized form similar to regular sugar, and even a liquid form. The fresh stevia leaves are great for eating and the dried leaves make the perfectly sweetened cup of sweet tea, or a great addition to sweeten up your tea without having to use sugar.
                                                                        

 

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