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Herbals Teas and Their Health Benefits

By Sara Butler

When it's cold outside, there's nothing quite like getting cozy with a steaming cup of your favorite beverage. If herbal teas are your favorite, then there's a lot to love about them. In fact, some teas have so many benefits, they're almost like medicine in a mug.

You've probably heard by now about all the health benefits of matcha and green tea, but there are definitely more herbal teas out there to explore if you want to boost your health and wellness. Here are some of the best herbal teas you can find and how they can benefit your health.

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea has been used in folk medicine for a long time as a way to help people calm down and sleep. It's made from the dried flowers of the chamomile plant and has been shown in studies to help people who drink it before bed fall asleep faster.

Chamomile is also a great tea to help with inflammation since it has been shown to reduce the severity of pain for those who drink it. The chamomile flower also has been linked to the protection of bone density and regulation of blood sugar.


This is also referred to as red bush tea or red tea. It's made from the leaves of a small shrub you can find in South Africa, which is loaded to the brim with anti-inflammatory compounds and antioxidants. It's also been discovered that this tea can help to improve your digestive health, protect bone density as you age, and even help prevent obesity. It contains small amounts of minerals too, such as calcium, copper, magnesium, zinc, and manganese.


This tea is made from the dried parts of the hibiscus plant and has a flavor that is reminiscent of cranberries. It's a great source of antioxidants and has been shown to lower bad cholesterol levels while increasing good cholesterol levels in the blood. It has also been found to protect the liver as well as support a healthy immune system.


Fresh peppermint makes a great addition to a lot of things, including tea, but the tea made from its dried leaves has been found to have a lot of health benefits. It can help to increase lung capacity, increase in the oxygen levels in the brain, and has a natural relaxation effect on muscles. Plus, smelling mint has been documented to reduce anxiety and fatigue while enhancing memory and alertness.

Add some tea to your day and you may be surprised by all the benefits you find.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Columbus, Ohio.

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