Certain teas are well known to promote circulation and energize the body, such as Ginger Tea and Safflower Tea. Antioxidants in general are just plain good for circulation, which most teas will contain by default.
Studies also show that black tea improves blood vessel health, which in turn improves circulation. Green tea has also been shown to reduce the risk of artery disease. In this list, we've included what is traditionally used to improve circulation on the herbal sides of things in ways that differ to green and black tea .
Tea for Circulation
During the cold Winter season, there's nothing quite like a hot cup of Ginger Tea! Containing vitamin C, magnesium and a wide range of other minerals, this tea helps to soothe an upset stomach, reduce inflammation, improve blood circulation by relaxing muscles surrounding the blood vessels, and strengthen the immune system.Also great for nausea!...
Safflower Tea bears a striking colour and was used for centuries in ancient times for food colouring and fabrics, along with being a cheaper substitution for Saffron.Today we know that this herb is also great for the following and with cholesterol reduction being a major use for this herb: Circulation - A natural blood thinner, this herb assists...
Butchers Broom Root Tea
Butchers Broom Root (Ruscus aculeatus L) is also known as Knee Holly, Sweet Broom, Box Holly and Jew's Mantle. This has been used as a remedy for a number of ailments such as circulatory issues, diuretic, gallstones and many others. However where Butchers Broom really shines and why we have made this an addition to our Tea Life range is the effe...