Tea

 
  Hibiscus Tea Kills Deadly Avian Flu Virus, Study Finds  

Hibiscus Tea Kills Deadly Avian Flu Virus, Study Finds

An exciting study reveals that Hibiscus tea may be far more powerful than pharmaceuticals in combating deadly flu viruses. The search for safe and effective treatments for drug and vaccine-resistant forms of influenza, including H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses (HPAIVs), has lead a group of researchers to investigate whether commonly used herbal tea extracts might provide a viable natural alternative.

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The ‘Medicine’ In Your Kitchen

“A herb is the friend of physicians and the praise of cooks.”
~ Charlemagne, 9th Century ~

A pinch of this and a sprinkle of that! Culinary herbs used to be a mainstay of food preparation. Their use in the days before fridges was to sanitise and preserve food, assist digestion, provide medicinal benefits and prevent food poisoning. The same active compounds that were present ‘back in the day’ can still be found today, yet most people add herbs and spices to their food simply for flavouring purposes.

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Need to speed up your metabolism? Turn to these teas to fight fat in all the right places
Are you already eating a healthy diet, but you need an extra boost to shed or keep off some extra pounds? Why not try adding a healthy tea to your daily routine?

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Using Water As Medicine – Drinking Water On Empty Stomach To Treat Specific Diseases
Drinking water on an empty stomach first thing in the morning is a new trend which is suggested by Japanese medical experts. And research has been shown that you would get lots of health benefits by doing this.

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6 Evidence-Based Ways To Burn Belly Fat AND Extend Your Life

The ongoing battle of the bulge, while once considered primarily a matter of vanity, may actually be one of the best ways to reduce your risk of dying from a multitude of causes (i.e. all-cause mortality), but especially heart attack.

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Are You Drinking Plastic or GMOs With Your Tea?

At last, a spare moment. As you cradle the comforting warmth of a steaming mug of delicious tea, you mentally tick off its benefits: loaded with antioxidants and other health-giving properties, check; organic, check; fairly traded, check. But even this checklist may not be enough if your teabag is made from genetically modified (GM) ingredients or plastic.

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10 Significant Reasons Why Regularly Drinking Green Tea
Is An Awesome Healthy Living Habit!

Tea is one of the oldest drinks (used for almost 50 centuries in Asia) and – after water – the most common beverage people enjoy the world over (Mandel et al. 2008). Native to China, it comes from the evergreen plant Camellia sinensis. A cup of tea contains numerous compounds in varying quantities: vitamins, polyphenols, caffeine, fluoride, sugars, amino acids, proteins, minerals, chlorophyll and others (Zhao et al. 2013). Which tea is produced (white, green, oolong or black) depends on the subsequent processing of harvested Camellia leaves. Teas can be classified as non-fermented (green and white teas), semi-fermented (oolong tea), and fermented (black tea).

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The death cafe movement: Tea and mortality

The people who attend 'death cafes' aren't obsessed with dying, they just want to meet up and talk about something which, let's face it, will happen to us all.

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Home remedies from herbal teas and grocery foods dissolve kidney stones and reverse renal failure

Kidney stones develop from waste matter hardening and becoming attached to the inside wall of the kidney. Most kidney stones remain unnoticed until becoming dislodged, getting caught in a ureter or other passageway, while moving through the body during urination. Most diseases of the kidneys remain unnoticed until the problem is severe. You can make a variety of home remedies using herbs and common foods to alleviate a wide range of kidney disorders, including dissolving stones and restoring renal activity.

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