Get Fit With Herbal Teas!

One of the most practical ways to benefit from plants that help maintain health, reduce the deformations brought about by old age, and also help to balance spiritual energy by giving calmness is to consume them as tea.

Here are the first ones that come to mind from herbal teas to be consumed for healing purposes…

Rosehip tea

Rosehip tea, which contains high levels of vitamin C and antioxidant properties; With its vitality, anti-aging content and firming effect, it is one of the first choices of those who want to feel fit and energetic.

Echinacea Tea

Echinacea tea, which is one of the herbal ways to prevent flu and cold, also strengthens the immune system.

Green tea

Caffeine-containing green tea is among the most consumed herbal teas with its feature that protects against cancer and accelerates metabolism.

Chamomile Tea

Known for its calming properties, chamomile tea is especially preferred for a deep and quality sleep.

Fennel tea

Fennel, which is a savior plant for those with gas and bloating problems, also relieves menstrual pains.


Sage, which is good for mouth and gum diseases, is also good for menstruation and menopause problems in women.

Stinging Nettle Tea

Nettle tea, which cleans the urinary tract, also provides protection against cancer as a powerful antioxidant.

Linden Tea

Especially the uncrowned queen of winter, linden is good for flu, cold, migraine, sinusitis and headaches. Linden, which has the ability to balance blood pressure, also relaxes the digestive system.

Mint tea

Mint is a plant that is consumed with pleasure in summer and winter, and it is frequently consumed both as a spice and as a tea. Peppermint tea is perfect for ailments such as nausea, bloating and indigestion... It is obvious that they pair well with lemon.

Rooibos Tea

Rooibos tea, which lowers bad cholesterol, helps increase bone density and balances blood sugar, is also eye-catching with its sweet red color.

Winter tea

Winter tea, which is obtained by mixing herbs such as sage, linden, ginger, turmeric, rosehip, clove, mint, apple, quince, lemon, is a complete energy bomb. Especially in the cold winter months, you can turn this mixture into a complete elixir by mixing it with lemon and natural honey, which both gives vitality to the body and makes you feel good psychologically.