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Find out the best ingredient used in Earl Grey tea

Author: Allan Bolton
by Allan Bolton
Posted: Jan 26, 2017

There are many ingredient used in earl grey tea which provides a source of supplemental vitamin C, treatment for diarrhea, relief from sore throats, antibacterial affect against H Pylori (the bacteria that contributes to stomach ulcers), source of antioxidants to help boost the immune system, source of salicylic acid (the main component in asprin) which provides relief from pain and fever, reduces inflammation of the gums.

Cloves-Excessive amounts of cloves can cause liver damage, blood in the urine, diarrhea, nausea, and dizziness. Used for powerful analgesic properties (pain relief), expectorant properties to break up mucous, can be used as a fragrant decongestant when breathing in clove tea vapors, treatment for strep throat or tonsillities.

Orange Peel-Source of Vitamin C, helps with digestive health, helps with cramps, constipation, nausea, diarrhea, gas, bloating, helps in lowering of cholesterol. (Orange zest can be dried and stored and used to make simple orange peel tea).

Cardamom-Used to treat ulcers of the mouth, digestive problems, depression, detoxification, halitosis (bad breath), relief of cold and flu symptoms, blood pressure, blood clots, antioxidant, inhibit the growth of pathogens, anti-inflammatory properties, hiccups, aphrodisiac (some believe it can help with erectile dysfunction.)

AllSpice-Anti-Inflammatory, anti-flatulant, containes Eugenol, an a local anesthtic and antiseptic, contains vitamin A, vitamin B-6, ribovlavin, niacin, vitamin C, potassium, manganese, copper, iron, magnesium, and selenium. Used to help control heart rate and blood pressure.

Fennel-Used for relief from anemia, constipation, indigestion, flatulance, colic, diarrhea, respiratory disorders, menstral cramps, halitosis, and blood pressure. There are some studies that suggest that fennel seed extract may help inhibit the growth of certain types of cancer cells; however, there is not yet conclusive evidence.

Feverfew-Used to control the frequency and severity of migrane headaches and regular headaches. Inhibits the release of seratonin and prostaglandin which are inflammatory substances believed to contribute to the onset of migrane headaches. Does not relieve migrane headaches already in progress. Also used to relieve menstral cramps and arthritis, to lower blood pressure, improve digestion and kidney function. May also relieve dizziness and tinnitus.

Lapacho-Used as a treatment for yeast and fungal infections, arthritis, athletes foot and the common cold. Has analgesic, sedative, decongesant, diuretic, and hypotensive properties. Used to strenghen and balance the immune system.

Senna-Used for the treatment of constipation. Should be used with caution, and with sufficient fiber and water in the diet to prevent dehydration. Consult your physician before using Senna alone for the treatment of constipation.

About the Author

Allan Bolton is a marketing manager for earlgreytea.com.au and he is working since couple of years.

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Author: Allan Bolton

Allan Bolton

Australia

Member since: Jan 26, 2017
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