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Herbal teas you should take every morning to stay healthy and strong at old age

According to an article written by Healthline, I will educate you on some teas you should take every morning at old age to stay healthy and strong

1. Peppermint tea

Peppermint oil, which is found in peppermint tea, has been shown to have a number of health benefits, including the alleviation of morning headaches, migraines, and digestive issues. Aromatherapy with peppermint oil has been shown to increase focus, mental clarity, and physical vitality. Bacteria are also eliminated by its antimicrobial properties.

3. Sage Tea

Sage tea has been shown to improve cognitive performance and may be good in warding off Alzheimer's disease, both of which are welcome benefits as we enter our senior years. The risk of developing colon and heart disease is reduced, and blood lipid levels are raised, according to other studies on sage tea. This is due to the presence of anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory chemicals such carnosol, rosmarinic acid according to studies.

3. Ginger tea

In patients undergoing chemotherapy who are unable to take traditional anti-nausea medications, ginger's phenol components, known as gingerols, have been shown to be beneficial. Additional studies demonstrate that ginger protects against heart disease by reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels, blocking blood clots and heart attacks, and enhancing circulation. Furthermore, it helps reduce knee pain associated with osteoarthritis and lowers blood sugar according to studies.

4. Lemon balm tea

Drinking lemon balm tea may reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease, and cognitive decline by increasing arterial flexibility. The body's own antioxidant enzymes, which prevent DNA and cellular damage from free radicals, may also be stimulated.

5. Rooibos tea

Rooibos tea has been shown in studies to promote bone health, lower blood levels of harmful cholesterol and fat, and reduce the risk of heart disease. Anti-aging advocates point to its ability to restore the function of aged cells while also protecting them from oxidative damage.

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