Holy basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum), also called Tulsi, has been widely used in the ancient times dating to as far as 3000 years ago. The herb was termed “sacred” in the Rig Veda some time in 1500 BC making people celebrate it in the Purana, and highly appreciated and accounted for its Ayurvedic medicine – because… Continue reading The Wonders of Organic Holy Basil Tea
Bitter melon leaves may be used in making teas, extracts and tinctures that may be taken best as a hot beverage. (Photo Credit) Benefits of Bitter Melon Tea To Your Body Bitter melon, or originally bitter gourd, is a tropical plant with a long history of being used as an herbal medicine. Momordica charantia is… Continue reading Stop Diabetes and Cancer with Bitter Melon Tea Benefits
Ginger has been widely used for thousands of years in the medical field even in ancient times since its effectivity cannot be denied. Experts suggest that the fastest way to indulge on these benefits is to sip on ginger root tea. Ginger root tea benefits are at its maximum when the tea is made with… Continue reading The Facts about Ginger Root Tea
Thymus vulgaris, or commonly known as Thyme is one of the ancient herbs famous for its ornamental, medicinal and culinary uses. The oldest use of Thyme was traced to the Egyptian period when they use the herb as an ingredient for embalming dead bodies. Greek people prefer to use thyme as an additive to their… Continue reading Thyme Tea: The Herbal Drink with Diverse Use
The use of valerian root was traced back to as early as thousands of years ago with enough proof till the second century. However, its medicinal way of use have been constantly changing over time, treating one illness to another. Valerian has been widely growing in Europe, North America, and Asia .It became a popular… Continue reading Reasons Why Valerian Root Tea is Good for You
Mugwort tea has been widely used in treating a number of illnesses because it contains a lot of chemical components such as essential oils, flavonoids, sesquiterpene, triterpenes, lactone and coumarin derivatives. (Photo Credits) This traditional Asian medicine has been widely used for more than 3,000 years ago especially in China. It became popular as an… Continue reading What Can Mugwort Tea Do to Your Body?
Oral consumption of the papaya leaves is proven to have healing properties, as they are very rich in some real unique enzymes, used for breaking down proteins and other food substances. (Photo Credits) Many people know about papaya, they consume its fruit and dispose all the other parts including the leaves not knowing that the… Continue reading Why is Papaya Tea So Good For You