What is Chamomile Tea or Hibiscus Tea?
Chamomile and Hibiscus are both excellent flowering herbs with many health benefits. Such herbs are usually dried then used with boiling water for consumption as herbal tea. Chamomile tea or Hibiscus tea is caffeine-free. Now, throughout the world, from India to Europe, even the United States of America, people use these teas.
We have been told over a million times that green tea is healthy. The web, to be specific, has a bible on it. However, green tea, as we believe at Assamicaagro, is far more beneficial than you know, and is arguably the best panacea for all your lifestyle ills. So far, what we have known about green tea is that it’s rich in antioxidants and helps reduce certain cancer risks as well as the chances of experiencing a heart stroke. An ingredient called polyphenol in green tea, which is tested to be 25 to 100 times more potent than Vitamin C and E is effective...
Menstruation is a bloody monthly problem. Excuse the pun. And, for some women, it’s a nightmarish 5-day long experience they’d wish they had a solution to.
So, here’s a thing about teas that unheard of. They can significantly help in relieving cramps and abdominal discomfort during menstruation. Below, we have discussed five types of teas that are instrumental in soothing period pain and can help women breeze through their monthly cycle with a smile.
Vaginal health is an intricate and thorny subject. As women, we know how frightening it’s when a diagnosis confirms a medical problem attacking down *there*.
Out of all the infections that affect vaginal health, the most prevalent are yeast infections. An estimation says that almost 75% of women experience a yeast infection once in a lifetime. And, 40-45% of them have recurrent cases.