Want to know a simple way that may relieve you from stress? Try some tea. Teas are great for not only relaxing the mind, but may lead you to other healthy habits. Take a break from time to time, and enjoy a cup of tea.

 

Lavender Tea

Lavender provides antioxidants just like regular tea leaves, but it does not contain caffeine. This type of tea may be able to sooth you and reduce stress. It may also help with the digestive tract. What is great about this herb is its versatility. You may be able to use lavender as an oil, lotion, and in cooking.

 

Ginseng Tea

Ginseng is one of most popular herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicinal. It comes from the ginseng root and is known for its energy boosting properties. Ginseng may reduce stress because of its energy boosting properties.

 

Peppermint Tea

Peppermint Tea is known for its calming properties. Since there is no caffeine in peppermint leaves, the menthol in the leaves may provide a relaxation within the muscles causing you to feel at ease.

 

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile is known for its sweet taste and its calming properties. It is caffeine free and just like green tea, its has anti-inflammatory properties. Chamomile tea is also known to help with sleep, so take it right before bed!

 

Green Tea

Although green tea contains caffeine, its energy boosting properties may help relieve stress as well. Green tea is a popular tea many people find themselves mostly drinking, but be sure to not drink too much of it! It may make you feel alert without making you feel sleepy.

 

Teas are overall inexpensive. They can be purchased in tea bags, powder, or even in herbal capsule forms. Other herbs may also come in oils! It is important to consult with your doctor if you are on any medication prior to taking teas. Want to add any other natural remedies to this list? Comment below!

 

Sources:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/toby-nwazor/6-natural-tea-remedies-fo_b_10619928.html

http://truestressmanagement.com/best-tea-for-stress/