Thyme has been used historically to aid in sluggish digestion and for its antiseptic properties. It can be gargled as a mouthwash to treat laryngitis, tonsillitis, and coughs. It can also be taken to treat asthma, bronchitis, and whooping cough as it works as an expectorant to reduce unnecessary spasms. It is known for its strong antimicrobial and antiviral abilities.
Fever Nut (Caesalpinia Bonduc)– Is used in Aruyvedic medicine to treat fever, asthma and other respiratory ailments like cough. It is known to be antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory.
Ginger -The most common use worldwide for ginger in healing is to calm nerves or alleviate an upset stomach. It is a warm, stimulating plant that triggers the immune system and is great for any cold conditions associated with shivering low grade fever or walking in the cold and rain.
Butterfly Pea Flower– has been used in traditional medicine across Southeast Asia, including Ayurveda, for centuries for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. There are many claims made about the medical benefits of this tea and it has been used to treat a wide array of health problems from skin an hair issues, to improving eyesight and infertility. It is known to reduces stress, anxiety, and depression. Use of this flower is claimed to enhance memory, cognitive ability, creativity, and motivation. But, it is also used for its tranquilizing and sedative effects.
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