Rosemary tea has an amazingly uplifting and invigorating effect on the mind and body, and it is considered a highly effective natural remedy for hangovers, and patients who suffer from the seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
It is also a great remedy for soothing and preventing horrid winter colds, just add it up with cinnamon, cloves or a glass of warm and mulled red wine. Rosemary can be grown in a pot, but make sure it gets plenty of water and sun.
If you’re constantly sensing the presence of butterflies in your belly, which is referred to as collywobbles in medical terms, fresh mint tea is a great remedy to get rid of them.
Mint is a natural decongestant, and all you need is a soothing and refreshing cup of freshly plucked mint tea to heal health ailments such as flu, cough, flatulence, nausea and abdominal cramps.
You can also give yourself a steam session to drive out the flu and cold from your body. Just take a handful of fresh mint leaves and toss them in to a large bowl of boiling water. Take it out in a large pan, lean over the water and cover yourself with a thick towel as you breathe in the steam and allow it to invigorate your mind and open up your congested nose.
If you’re planning to grow your very own mint, be sure to use a sunken pot because mint grows an alarming speedy rate.