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7 Teas That Can Help or Harm Your Heart
- Choose Your Teas Carefully. As part of a heart-healthy eating plan, your doctor or nutritionist may suggest drinking more tea — and with good reason.
- Black Tea: It's Both Good and Bad for Your Heart. “Black tea is oxidized most extensively; hence its black color,” says Dr.
- Ginseng Tea: Natural Blood Thinner
- St. John's Wort: Risky Combined With Heart Meds
Green tea has received a lot of attention as the "healthy tea" because it has been associated with improved blood vessel function and a lower risk of dying from heart disease. It has been suggested that this may be because green tea has more catechins than black tea does.
Sage tea appears to be a healthy choice, offering benefits for cognitive health and potentially heart and colon health. More studies are needed to find out more about these effects. Summary: Several studies have found that sage improves cognitive function and memory. It may also benefit colon and heart health.
Here are the top 10 healing herbal teas: 1. Chamomile tea—relaxes mind and soul. Chamomile tea is a great relaxing herbal tea used to calm the soul and mind. Chamomile tea is also anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal and can improve digestion, irritable bowel disease and colitis.
White tea, for instance, has the highest concentration of antioxidants because it is the least processed tea. By this standard, it might be considered the "healthiest" of them all. As far as antioxidants are concerned, white tea is followed by jasmine tea, green tea, then black tea.