High blood pressure and migraines

| May 30, 2015

Several people have heard and seen many advertisements about tea and its various cures and benefits. Along with weight loss, fight cancer and other cellular benefits of curing headaches and migraines while reducing stress is among the first advertisers. But when I see these ads, I think that?

After drinking tea for a while, including green tea, Oolong, Rooibos, lemongrass, and a broad list of organic herbal blends, we found that if we do not really know fighting cancer in my body. But I know that tea can greatly help me balance a stressful time, and help get rid of and prevent headaches.

Simply drinking tea, especially some of the herbal blends mixed for the occasion, can help with headaches, and get all the other benefits of tea itself. But only drink tea alone will not allow to fully maximize its full potential, particularly in terms of headaches and migraines. Because not always, but sometimes, drinking tea is about drinking tea.

Drink tea throughout the day. Cup after cup (Thanks, tea Stand) Beau with no sense of traditional practice, or religious afterthought. I just drink it. But when I have a headache (from stress, sinus headaches, caffeine, or many other reasons), just drinking tea is not always the best. That is when my tradition out.

I do not use special vessels, or time-honored traditions. There is nothing wrong with them, but I rarely have time for this, and the rise in the US, there is the time-honored tradition of drinking tea. I always used tea bags (as low as was my only option, I did not know better). So now, even though I'm closer to tradition, I still do not have time for this. My headache / stress tea drinking practice takes less than five minutes. Usually it is all the time I (which is mostly why we headaches, first).

Start double room gourmet tea bag. High quality loose tea, tea bag easy to use, reusable; three of reasons. I rough it a bit to make tea inside spread, and then I put my bag in the cup. The tea bag ready to pour steaming hot water over it. A little too hot to drink. When the bucket is full, we bob tea bag in and out of water for a minute or so, and let the site for a minute (maybe, depending on how strong I need tea, how many I used tea bag times already, etc.) when allowing the tea bag stand, I wrap the string around the cup handle and anchoring the rim at the end. After the tea is ready, I take the tea bag in the cup, and hang it on my tea stand. With green tea and Oolong teas, this is particularly important. If you leave the tea bag in the cup too long it can get very bitter.

Now that my tea is ready (a process that took maybe two minutes) I am ready to relieve the nagging headache. With still steaming cup I cup my hands around the mug and slowly blowing steam. , Slow deep breaths. I do this three to five times, or until the tea has cooled a bit, so you can start drinking. It is still hot, but I will not burn my tongue or lips if I drink. Then I take small sips slurping. Hot water is important not only steam, but also for those first few sips. Hot water slows down your drinking, and also helps clear the head. After several minutes of this I feel better in general ,.

Maybe this practice is based loosely on five minutes tradition, and it does not sound too complicated, but help me. I'm sure all this hectic world can appreciate five minutes where life is slower, especially a tradition that is fast, easy, and it really helps to get mitigation small inconveniences of life; headaches, migraines and stress.

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