We have all encountered inflammation at one point in our lives. Some are for healing while others are more sinister in nature called chronic inflammation. This type of inflammation can lead to various diseases such as arthritis, heart disease, cancer, and others. Fortunately, chronic inflammation can be dealt with by drinking a cup of tea.

It’s true that inflammation is necessary for the body to heal itself, but when inflammation is running on for too long, it can be dangerous to your health. With that being said, how will you be able to reduce the inflammation in your body just by drinking tea? Let’s see which teas are good for inflammation.

Ginger tea

For this recipe, you will need 6 thin slices of raw ginger, half of lemon or lime, juiced, 1 and ½ boiling water, and a teaspoon of raw honey or Stevia whichever you prefer. To make this tea, you will need to boil ginger in water for about 10 minutes then remove from heat. Allow the ginger slices to steep further. Put lemon as well as honey then stir. Drink afterwards.

Peppermint tea

Peppermint is often used to fight off inflammation as well as any pain that is linked to it. You can take this orally or use it in essential oil form. The leaves can be transformed into tincture or even as a herbal tea. You can prepare some peppermint tea when you are feeling aches and pains to experience relief as soon as possible.

Tart cherry tea

Another tea that can fight off inflammation is tart cherry tea. Those who have eaten tart cherries have shown an improvement in the inflammation in their body hence drinking this tea is god for you. In this recipe, you will need ¾ cups of water, a teaspoon of raw honey, half of lemon, juiced, and ¼ cup of tart organic cherry juice. Boil some water first then transfer it to your cup add the cherry juice, lemon, and raw honey then stir. Drink afterwards.

Turmeric tea

If you’ve stumbled across turmeric being known for its anti-inflammatory properties, then drinking turmeric tea is highly recommended. Prepare 4 cups of water, raw honey, a teaspoon of ground turmeric, a pinch of ground pepper, and a juice of one lemon. You will need to boil some water then add ground turmeric to it. Allow turmeric to simmer for 10 minutes then strain afterwards. Add the honey and lemon juice as well as ground pepper to promote absorption of curcumin.

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