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Can Herbal Tea Dehydrate You
Herbal tea: Moderate amounts of liquids such as herbal tea is fine. If you drink in excess you MAY be retaining fluid and thus gain weight. If you drink large amounts of other fluids as well this adds to the situation. Eight 8 oz. glasses of water/tea is suggested by many nutritionists daily. If petite, less. See your doctor for specific recommendations. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Weight loss: Studies suggest green tea can assist with glycemic control as well as reduced heart disease death rate. ...Read more
Yes, if...: ...The herb id safe, such as chamomile or rosehips. Many aren't, especially ones in "weight control" teas. ...Read more
If im 4 weeks and 6 days and I love drinking tea. I wanted to know which herbal tea will be good for me?
Pregnancy: Green tea.Get a more detailed answer ›
Chamomille: I am not a pediatrician so I can't provide a global answer. However, young children can be provided chamomille tea to help them relax for sleep. It is often given in drops. It can occassionally lead to paradoxic activation. Were there any specific herbal teas that you were interested in? ...Read more
Check it out: Regular herbal teas probably ok, but watch out for medicinal blends. ...Read more
Try these: China town, chinese market stores and health food stores. ...Read more
Hyson green tea: It is not magic! However hyson green tea can help with focus related to it's caffiene content. ...Read more
Clarify: Please let us know the specific herbal tea you are referring to. You can re-ask. ...Read more
None: Really reflux?: You are assuming you have reflux. Our brain can't tell the difference in painful signals from heart, esophagus, stomach, duodenum, liver, pancreas, bile ducts of liver, or gallbladder. So 'acid reflux' could be illnesses of any of those. A good dr. Will ask questions: what brings it on, makes it worse/better, how long it lasts, associated problems. See dr. & get proper diagnosis/treatment! ...Read more
What to do if I know green tea is great when it comes to aiding weight lossbut, what about herbal tea?
Green vs herbal tea: Hello. Tea is derived from a tree called camellia sinensis. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols which have an anti-carcinogenic effect. The lighter the tea, the less it has been processed. White and green teas are especially helpful. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggest extracts from green tea can act as a plant-based >>. ...Read more
Weight loss drugs: There are numerous weight loss drugs and herbal supplements on the market. However, most physicians and dieticians would recommend healthy eating and exercise over taking any type of drug (which can have side effects, especially herbal supplements that are not regulated by the fda). Weight loss comes from burning off more calories than you eat. Personally, I would not recommend herbs. ...Read more
There are a # of: Benefits to drinking green tea but it does not replace our body's need for clean water. ...Read more
No known ill effects: As far as we know, chamomille is totally safe to use during pregnancy. However, I would echo the words of herbalist christopher hobbs in suggesting one minimize exposure to herbs during the 1st trimester to err on the side of caution. But if you have drunk it during the 1st trimester I would not worry at all. See www. Babycenter. Com/406_is-it-safe-to-drink-herbal-tea-during-pregnancy_1246852.Bc. ...Read more
I've recently discovered a Ginger Turmeric Herbal Tea that I love. Is there any problem with drinking 5 cups of this stuff a day?
Go for it!:
Ginger and Turmeric are two of the most healthful herbs once can consume and there is no danger from consuming large amounts, so have as much as you desire!
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Is cocoanut oil 1 tablespoon in herbal tea a day okay to help keep a body healthy? I've heard good things about coconut oil or is it a scam
Drinking Oil: Oll would be seen by the body as 100% fat calories. There would be no other nutritional value. ...Read more
I've heard some good benefits from teas. I'm just curious about the benefits of licorice spice herbal tea that doesn't contain glycyrrhizin?
Licorice Tea: Licorice root is reported to possibly form a moist protective coating on the stomach ; esophagus which may be helpful for stomach ulcers ; gastric reflux. It can be used as a wash for oral ulcers ; canker sores. It also acts as an expectorant ; help to soothe sore throats. ...Read more