By JASON PITTOcK
Health Benefits Of TEA
There are many kinds of ways to avert period pains including the use of tea. So, what kind of tea helps with cramps?
Ginger tea is a powerful home remedy for women who experience heavy blood flow and painful menstrual cramps.
Chamomile tea is a renowned stress-reducing tea. Chamomile tea is particularly useful in calming down lower abdomen cramps.
Fennel has been used in the past to aid in digestion. A good cup can help deal with cramps and bloating.
Packed with Catechins, antioxidants, minerals, antioxidant compounds, and anti-inflammatory effects, green tea may help reduce bloating and calm the body during the menstrual period.
A cup of raspberry tea will help reduce muscle spasms that often lead to painful cramps. It also boasts of anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce inflammation.
Peppermint tea helps the body release tension thereby reducing the pain felt as a result of the pain caused by uterine contractions.
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