Loose leaf tea has been used for thousands of years by many cultures for a variety of reasons. Enjoying a cup of tea at the end of a hard day has been the ritual for many. Sitting down with some Chamomile, Peppermint or Lemon Myrtle herbal tea, can ease a stressful day. The following are some of the most popular loose leaf teas used today.
HORNY GOAT Horny goat weed has been used in Chinese medicine for generations. It is said to increase libido in men and women, and improves erectile function in men. Although researches are unsure how this herb works, the plant has long been employed to restore sexual fire, boost erectile function, alleviate menopausal discomfort and allay fatigue.
GINSENG Ginseng has many uses including its ability to help people deal with physical and/or emotional stress. It can improve your mental performance and help to lift depression and fight off infections. It has also been known to improve your vitality and sex drive for both women and men. It has also been shown in studies to regulate the immune system and can assist in the prevention of colds and flues. In case studies it has also been effective in lowering sugar content in the blood and lowering cholesterol levels. CAUTION Ginseng should not be taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women. Also ginseng should not be taken when you have an acute infection such as a cold.(although it is used to prevent colds).
LEMON BALM As well as being the sweetest tasting herb Lemon Balm is also a great herb for stress. It is particularly good for indigestion where anxiety and tension play a part. As well as stimulating circulation making it a good herb to calm tension it can also be used for problems such as irritable bowel and stomach ulcers.
BEARBERRY Bearberry also known as uva ursi is an effective herb against infections of the bladder, urethra and kidney. It is used to not only kill infective organisms, but also soothes inflammation and strengthens the tissue in these areas. Bearberry is also used to relieve the pain of urinary tract infections such as pyelitis, cystitis and urethritis.
HAWTHORN Hawthorn Herbal Tea is renowned for use inmost cardiac and circulatory disorders. It is well known to improve coronary artery blood flow and improve blood flow too the extremities. Many of the active constituents found in Hawthorn exhibit potent antioxidant properties. Hawthorn is also helpful for high blood pressure, hypertension and angina. CAUTION With serious conditions such as angina, heart failure and high blood pressure, it is wise to seek medical advice when mixing medication and herbs. Please seek advise from your doctor or herbalist or both.
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: cu31924024922563 Title: A history of travel in America, being an outline of the development in modes of travel from archaic vehicles of colonial times to the completion of the first transcontinental railroad: the influence of the Indians on the free movement and territorial unity of the white race: the part played by travel methods in the economic conquest of the continent: and those related human experiences, changing social conditions and governmental attitudes which accompanied the growth of a national travel system Year: 1915 (1910s) Authors: Dunbar, Seymour, 1867-1947 Subjects: Transportation Frontier and pioneer life Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Company Contributing Library: Cornell University Library Digitizing Sponsor: MSN View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: mined avoidance of such a danger, and many aboat suffered catastrophe or grave damage by an accidentof that nature. The vigilant boatman was always watch-ing for the turbulent water which gave warning of a lift- 1 Neither end of a big timber boat could properly be called the bow, for the currentswung it around so that sometimes one extremity and sometimes the other would oointdown-streafn. ^ 296 A HISTORY OF TRAVEL IN AMERICA ing sawyer just ahead, and a dozen times a day he savedthe craft entrusted to his pilotage by desperately throwinghis full weight against the sweep. A sleeping sawyer was one periodically heaving up-ward, yet not appearing above the surface to give warningof its presence. A planter was .a log so solidly fixed that it nevermoved. With all three sorts of obstructions an up-streaminclination of the log was of course the most feared, butwas decidedly the less usual. Whenever a little flotilla of emigrant boats slowlydrifted around a bend and discovered a strange boat Text Appearing After Image: -f^i. ?»,-*•. ■ *-^f>¥*j* ^ 85.—An Ohio River ark, rectangular in shape. These were very large, andcontained not only the travelling family, but its farm equipment, live stockand household goods. Arks were not safe travel vehicles until trouble withthe Indians had ceased. 297 A HISTORY OF TRAVEL IN AMERICA pinned on a planter or sawyer in the current below, thewhole squadron would forthwith make for the nearestfavorable spot alongshore and come to a halt. Then themen of the party tumbled into the skiffs, carrying axes,saws and other tools, and hurried out to the shipwreck.A few hours of hard work were enough in which to getthe wounded boat loose and patch her up again if thedamage was not severe, but it often was the case that twoor three days were needed for the task. In many instancesthere was nothing to be done but leave the ark to its fate,and if that was the verdict of the aquatic jury its occu-pants and all their goods were apportioned among therescuing armada and the Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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