VILTEA HERBAL INFUSION GUIDE
Let's talk about infusions and herbal teas: how do you know which one is right for you? Here are all the specific properties of the most commonly used infusions
Aniseed herbal tea
A natural remedy for every ailment
Infusions and herbal teas are beloved preparations especially with the lowering of temperatures, but besides the pleasant effect of drinking something warm we must not forget that herbal infusions can have many beneficial properties often very specific. There are draining herbal teas, relaxing ones, purifying ones and not only.
For this reason, we will try to list some plants that consumed as infusions and herbal teas, can relieve our discomforts.
A cup of infusion after meals is useful in supporting digestive processes, in controlling meteorism, abdominal colic. Together with chamomile, it can also have calming activity and soothe stomach and belly cramps.
Cinnamon infusion is very useful for the treatment of stomach ache, digestive disorders and abdominal colic.
Turmeric infusion is precious in supporting digestive functions, when taken after a meal, and has strong detox properties: it contributes to liver detoxification.
Also known are the anti-inflammatory activities of this plant, especially if taken on an empty stomach.
The infusion of fennel seeds has a strong action on intestinal health by intervening in the control of aerophagia, slow digestion and meteorism.
The infusion is appreciated for its immunostimulant activity, protective of the upper respiratory tract, but also partially sedating.
In association with ginger, lemon has a strong antiemetic activity (anti-nausea and anti-vomiting), anti-inflammatory and digestive.
Ginger infusion is effective in improving digestion, if taken immediately after a meal. Taking it on an empty stomach, instead, enhances its anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties.
In infusion it is appreciated for its draining, uricosuric, antiasthenic and protective properties.
The infusion, despite its strong flavor, is a healthy touch for the liver. Its hepatoprotective, mildly laxative and choleretic activities are valuable in supporting the functionality of this organ.
Dandelion infusion has draining, hepatoprotective and depurative activities. Therefore in association with other plants, it can enhance its phytotherapeutic virtues.
In association with birch, it shows very interesting draining and vasoprotective properties.
The best known of herbal teas for sleep. The consumption of 2 cups of chamomile may have sedative, pain relieving, spasmolytic, soothing and digestive action.
Together with chamomile, it can be used for its sedating, relaxing and spasmolytic properties. The infusion is also appreciated for its anti-inflammatory properties for the oral mucosa.
Mostly appreciated for its sedating, spasmolytic and calming properties. Together with chamomile it can have a strong sedative effect.
It is also appreciated for its spasmolytic, pain relieving and calming properties. In association with chamomile and valerian, it has strong sedative activities.
To every trouble its natural remedy
Here below is a quick summary in which we indicate for a series of physical troubles which are the useful infusions.
Abdominal Cramps: Chamomile, Valerian and Passion Flower
Digestive difficulties: Mint, Fennel, Anise, Cinnamon, Ginger and Lemon
Constipation: Thistle, Artichoke, Dandelion
Water retention: Centella, Hawthorn, Birch, Dandelion
Joint Pain and Inflammation: Ginger, Lemon and Turmeric
These are just a few examples: try to create your own herbal tea or infusion and let Mother Nature guide you towards the rediscovery of well-being.