Even though tea is a natural cooking companion—aromatic with a complex, reliable and sturdy flavor—it has been woefully under-utilized in the home kitchen. Whether it’s black, white, green or herbal, tea can add remarkable tastes, scents and even color to all kinds of food. Find out how in today’s post!
If you’re sick of the cold, but still dreading the warmth, there are a number of excellent natural ways to reduce your allergy symptoms—most of which can be had by drinking a simple cup of herbal tea.
Contrary to what most believe, memory loss doesn’t have to be a natural part of aging. One of the easiest ways to protect against the ravages of memory loss lies in the simple and enjoyable practice of drinking green tea.
Is there anything more miserable than dealing with a cold when you have better things to do? Fortunately, you don’t have to be completely at its mercy. The right cup of herbal tea can help you to counter even the most bothersome cold symptoms.
Tea is delicious any time of day, but there is something wonderful about a fragrant mug first thing in the morning. Try these delicious teas to start your day off right.
As many as 10 million Americans suffer seasonal depression during the cold, dark winter months. Its causes aren’t fully understood, but seasonal affective disorder ( SAD) can be treated, and a few simple steps may be all that’s needed to make a difference.
Losing an hour of sleep to Daylight Savings Time may not seem like much, but studies show it can wreak havoc on your health. What can you do about it? Find out a few easy tips in this post!