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What Teas are Good For Inflammation?

Tea has been used as medicine since ancient times. Find out What Teas Are Good For Inflammation? Before we find out the kinds of teas to have, let’s learn what exactly “Inflammation” Is.

Inflammation is two things; the first one is called. “Acute Inflammation” helps fight off viruses or bacteria in your body, which is an excellent kind of Inflammation that does its best by helping heal the body if you get a cut or a bruise.

The second kind of Inflammation is the type called “Chronic Inflammation,” And this one is not the good kind. This does the same thing but sends help when your body doesn’t need it.

And in the second case, it can make you feel achy and stiff in your joints.

Let’s review what we read about Inflammation with this chart:

Check out this article for more.

Inflammation: What is it, and what Causes it?

So the bottom line to Inflammation is: Inflammation is an essential part of our immune system that helps us fight infections and heal wounds. But exposure to things that cause inflammation can also contribute to other health problems.

So, now that you understand what inflammation is, let’s look at What Teas Are Good For Inflammation.

Green Tea.

There are different kinds of teas, each with its benefits. Green tea contains antioxidants called catechins, which help protect against cancer and cardiovascular diseases.

It’s also high in caffeine, so drinking too much green tea can lead to insomnia, so make sure you take a few cups a day. Green tea is great to help fight off IBS.

Red tea is rich in polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that help prevent cell damage. If you are wondering what red tea is, Try out this post on red tea.

Roobios Tea.

And black tea is packed with tannins, which help you reduce cholesterol levels, and this tea helps fight off chronic inflammation.

Oolong Tea.

Oolong tea is made by steaming leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. This process creates a unique flavor profile that combines the smoothness of white tea with the boldness of black tea. Oolong tea is often described as having a “milder” taste than other types of tea.

Herbal Tea.

There are several different types of herbal teas available today. Each type of tea contains a variety of herbs and spices that work together to provide relief from common ailments.

The best herbal tea for fighting Inflammation is green tea. Green tea contains antioxidants called catechins, which help reduce inflammation.

In addition, studies show that if you drink green tea regularly reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer! Don’t we all want to be healthy?

I know this was a short read, but I have links for you to check out before you go off about your day.

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More Info About Inflammation.

I have two links to read about What Foods Reduce and What Foods Increase Inflammation.

The best thing about these articles I like is my mom (Who has done so much reading about Inflammation). I thought her posts would be perfect for my post about What Teas Are Good For Inflammation.

By the way, feel free to leave her comments on her posts. I am sure she would like to hear from her readers.

And that’s it for now. Thank you for reading What Teas Are Good For Inflammation? I would love to hear what you think about this article. Leave me a comment below.



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