5 Types of Teas That Will Fight Cold and Flu

5 Types of Teas That Will Fight Cold and Flu

Fighting a cold is not an easy feat. Before the cold hits you, you rarely think about how easy it is to breathe, how wonderful your body and head feels or even how smooth your throat feels. Then it hits you like a ton of bricks. When you lay your head on the pillow at night, one or maybe both nostrils are filled, forcing you to breathe out of your mouth. You may have a tedious headache. You're throat is itchier than a wool coat. So now what? Did you know there are specific teas that you can drink to help ease and alleviate the common cold and flu? In this article we will explore some of the most powerful remedies you can drink to get rid of any cold.


1. Eucalyptus Tea

Eucalyptus tea is an herbal tea with so many medicinal benefits. More specifically eucalyptus tea may help with easing cough and clearing up congestion. Eucalyptus is apart of the mint family and contains an essential oil called cineole. Cineole is most commonly used in cough drops.


2. Lemon Tea

 One of the most popular teas and also easily over looked teas to help fight cold and flu is lemon tea. This refreshing tea is full of antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties. The vitamin C and in lemon tea will help boost the immune system. Lemon tea is also antibacterial, meaning that lemon will protect you against the bad bacteria that tries to invade the body (especially during a cold session).


3. Elderberry Tea

Elderberry is know for reducing the amount of days that you may experience with common cold and flu. Elderberry will act as a super immunity booster. When you feel a cold or flu coming on, drinking elderberry tea could help reverse the symptoms immediately.


4. Chamomile Tea

Chamomile soothing effects is the perfect remedy for when you are experiencing a cold. Chamomile will help soothe colds, reduce inflammation as well as boost the immune system. This tea is widely known to drink in the night time to help improve sleep.


5. Lemongrass Tea

In the Caribbean we call this tea "fever grass" because of it's know effects to reduce fevers. With its distinct aromas and flavors this medicinal herb is also known to soothe stomach aches as well. 


Have You Heard of Sista Teas' Remedy Tea?

Filled with medicinal properties, Remedy is an herbal tea made with organic ingredients intended to boost the immune system and fight colds.

All of the ingredients listed in this article can be found in Sista Teas' Remedy Tea.


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