4 Natural Ways to Minimize Holiday Stress

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1. Chamomile Tea

Not only reduces stress and anxiety, but it also helps treat insomnia. Chamomile tea relaxes the muscles and reduces irritability. Several cups of chamomile tea per day can also do a significant help against chronic stress. Click here for a chamomile tea recipe.

Other benefits – eases depression, natural allergy fighter or hay fever, anti-inflammatory, muscle spasms treatment, PMS natural remedy and other menstrual disorders, insomnia cure,  helps with skin disorders, and ulcers.

 

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2. Rose Tea

Easing anxiety is just one of the many benefits that rose tea has to offer. Click here for a recipe to make your own rose petal tea.

Other benefits – Eases menstrual pain, skin, hair, immune system boost, sore throat, improves digestions, urinary tract, and weight loss.

 

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3. Green Tea

The polyphenol in green tea helps combat anxiety and stress. Although green tea contains caffeine, it’s adaptogenic in nature, so it can keep you alert and calm without feeling drowsy.  Click here for an iced green tea recipe.

Other benefits – improves brain function, increases fat burning, may lower risk of breast cancer, may lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease, kills bacteria and lowers your risk of infection.

 

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4. Peppermint Tea

The menthol that is naturally present in the herb is a known muscle relaxant; this physical manifestation of relaxation can translate to stress and anxiety relief as well. Click here for a peppermint tea recipe.

Other benefits – soothes many stomach ailments, including stomach aches, stomach pains, stomach cramps, heartburn, gas/flatulence, indigestion and diarrhea, and has been proven to promote healthy digestion, improves headache, and fights sinus problems.

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