Three Teas That Will Make Your Skin Radiant And Outstanding

Tea is one of the most commonly consumed beverages around the world. It has been drunk for millennia due to its healing powers. Tea was widely consumed in ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt. Some cultures like the Japanese even made tea a central part of their ceremonies. Today it’s part of their national heritage. Precisely Japan and China first started using tea for its medical properties. In the Far East you can still find healers that prescribe different kinds of tea to treat every disease you can imagine. In the West on the other hand tea is just a substitute for coffee and most people don’t even suspect what they are missing when they prefer their beloved coffee.

Most people drink this magical potion just because it has an amazing aroma and it has become a part of their daily routine. Just a few know how beneficial can tea be, and how it can improve their health if they drink tea made from the right herbs. One of the least known benefits of tea is it actually helps you better your skin.

One of the most important things you can do for your skin is to keep it hydrated. There is no easier way to do this than keeping yourself hydrated and drinking a lot of water. If your skin is well hydrated it will be more elastic and less susceptible to inflamations, eczema and other irritative diseases. This of course is best accomplished by drinking water, but when you drink tea, you can actually help your skin get stronger. Many cosmetic producers are relying on tea extracts for their products. Tea can help your skin heal bruises and wounds and it also gives your skin a great complexion, which though not enough is a great start to protect your skin from the sun.

Every tea has a different healing property. Some help your overall health, others help your stomach or other internal organs. There are a few though, that are really great for your skin and we are going to talk about our favorites.

Yerba Mate tea comes from a three with the same name, which grows in South America. This marvelous beverage is full of antioxidants which is the key behind young looking skin. Oxygen is essential for us and for all living beings on our planet. Unfortunately oxygen is the reason we are aging and our skin is getting  new wrinkles. Antioxidants help our skin to stay a bit longer younger and more radiant. Tea from this plant will help you protect your skin against damages from free radicals, and it will assist in repairing wounds and bruises. Keep in mind thou that this marvelous tea contains a lot of caffeine, so it’s not very healthy for people with high blood pressure.

If you have high blood pressure, don’t worry there is a perfect substitute just for you. Rooibos is the tea for you. This is also the case with pregnant women and children, as well as people who need to avoid caffeine. Rooibos is made from a South African red bush, which is packed with polyphenoles among which are aspalathin and nothofagin. These two polyphenoles are famous for their anti-inflammatory properties. This makes Rooibos the best choice of drink whenever you have an eczema, because it helps you deal with the irritation and the itch. On the other hand thanks to its powers Rooibos can help you hid those embarrassing rashes, acne or bruises. Many people use it for its well-known pain relieve after sunburns. The best part is, that this tea adds no additional calories and is completely diet friendly.

The third tea we love is the Chamomile tea. It is one of the most famous and widely drank teas around the world. Its mild taste makes it prefered beverage in many places but only a few people know what benefits it actually brings them to their health. This is quite strange since humans have been aware of the outstanding medical powers of the chamomile since ancient times. Greeks, Romans and Egyptians used it to make potions and to heal their soldier’s wounds. It the medieval era people had discovered that boiled chamomile leaves can ease various health problems, among which various children diseases, skin diseases, neurological problems, inflammation, fever, stomachache, asthma, nausea and many others. Today chamomile is used in many cosmetic products and some medicinal too. Chamomile can help you with dry skin and you can find it in the ingredients of many creams, sold for a small fortune in drug stores and cosmetic shops. Chamomile tea can help you with eczema, acne and inflammations. The only downside of this tea is that you must dry such gorgeous flowers to make your tea.