Red clover tea is an excellent herbal tea with properties that are known to reduce hot flushes and night sweats.
Of the many herbs and botanicals that reduce menopause symptoms, red clover gets a special shout-out because it makes such a nice tea.
In case you’re not familiar with this menopause powerhouse, isoflavones in red clover help the body balance oestrogen, which diminishes hot flashes and night sweats.
According to a study published in Obstetrics and Gynaecology International, red clover also helps with other menopause-related symptoms like low libido, anxiety/depression, sleep troubles and fatigue. And there’s more scientific good news: red clover’s compounds relieve PMS and improve both women’s heart health and the appearance of skin and hair as we age.
A cup of fresh brewed red clover tea has a mild, sweet taste. Find red clover tea at health food stores, by itself or blended with mint and other herbs.
If only that was true…. where a brew can’t solve your immediate worries, the calming effect of the warm liquid shared with a friend can begin to make those worries seem less daunting.
Traditionally herbs have been brewed to provide inner healing, today certain teas can support your health.
I love the Vitabiotics teas especially the cleanse tea. I may be a nutritionist, but I am only human and succumb to tempting food indulgences. However, having my cleanse tea on standby in the cupboard I can help my digestive system regain its effective function.
Vitabiotics TEA+ is a new range of vitamin infused teas designed to help maintain general health and wellbeing. They have created a unique blend of vitamins, herbs, fruit and green tea with the aim to help in your daily wellness goals when needed most in a convenient, nutritious and delicious cup of tea.
Each box contains a 14 day routine (14 tea bags)
Selenium, biotin and vitamin C
Milk thistle, dandelion root & green tea
Natural apple & blackcurrant flavourings
Vitamin C & selenium contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Free radicals are found naturally in the environment, sources of which include sunlight, cigarette smoke, pollution, and other factors in modern life.
Hair, Skin & Nail Health
Selenium contributes to the maintenance of normal hair and nails. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for normal function of skin.
Immune System Function
Selenium contributes to the normal function of the immune system.