If you’re looking for a guide to learn what tea you should be drinking in different situations, then this poster is a good reference for you. I always store a variety of tea in my cabinet for different situations.

  • chamomile tea
  • green tea
  • chai tea
  • oolong tea
  • peppermint tea



Chamomile is one of the best teas in preventing infections, because of some antibacterial agents. Chamomile also contains glycine, a mild nerve relaxant and sedative.
You can use chamomile as a herbal tea (use tea bags or add the flowers to boiling water) or you can add it to your salads!
Enjoy the tea or salad two hours before going to bed and have a sound and peaceful snooze.

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  1. […] Peppermint tea is another type of wonder brew, it can help control and improve your eating habits. Peppermint leaves are used to make a light refreshing tea, take one tablespoon dried fresh peppermint leaves and add boiling water. Leave to steep 5-7 minutes and enjoy hot or chilled. You can add honey if you like it sweet. […]

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