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5 DIY Herbal Teas to Heal Whatever Ails You

From allergies to stress, we've got you covered.

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Once you've the way to brew healing herbal teas, try these ADJ recipes. Each easy-to-make tea blend contains three categories of herbs -- primary, supportive, and catalyst -- that work together (learn more about that here).

 

1. GOOD-DIGESTION TEA

A flavorful after-meal tea to aid and stimulate digestion

Primary: Peppermint, Chamomile

Supportive: Licorice, Orange peel

Catalyst: Ginger, Cinnamon

 

Get the Good-Digestion Tea Recipe
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2. ANTI-ALLERGY TEA

A tonic to help prevent or ease symptoms of hay fever and other allergies

Primary: Nettle, Mullein, Echinacea

Supportive: Ginger, Licorice

Catalyst: Peppermint

 

Get the Anti-Allergy Tea Recipe
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5. COMMON-COLD TEA

For a cold that rests in the lungs with a fever and a dry, irritating cough

Primary: Peppermint, Elder, Yarrow

Supportive: Licorice, Mullein, Echinacea

Catalyst: Ginger

 

Get the Common-Cold Tea Recipe
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3. STRESS-SOOTHER TEA

A gentle blend that can be sipped all day long to calm nerves and ease anxiety

Primary: Chamomile, Lemon balm

Supportive: Oat tops, Hawthorn

Catalyst: Yarrow and/or Peppermint

 

Get the Stress-Soother Tea Recipe
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4. WOMEN’S BALANCING TEA

A regulating formula for women with irregular or painful menstrual cycles

Primary: Vitex

Supportive: Dong quai, Licorice

Cataylst: Ginger

 

Get the Women's Balancing Tea Recipe

 

 

Learn How to Make Your Own Herbal Tea Blends
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