Congest-less is a blend of herbs that have been traditionally used for their expectorant and anti-histamine properties. Brewed for at least 10 minutes, the healing heat of the ginger can be gently felt, and it is suggested to use with raw honey. This blend is perfect for individuals who suffer from allergies, asthma, cough, throat infection, etc.
- Holy Basil (Tulsi): This is one of our favorite herbs. Tulsi has anti-viral attributes and can be used successfully as a natural expectorant. (Source)
- Hyssop: The chief use of this herb is for its respiratory cleansing properties, cleaning phlegm and waste that build up in the lungs. (Source).
- Ginger: Long used for its anti-inflammatory properties, ginger also retains anti-histamine properties that open respiratory and bronchial pathways for easier breathing. (Source)
This tea is commonly offered during pregnancy.
For information regarding Ginger root tea being used for pregnant women and nursing mothers click on the link Is Tea Safe To Drink During Pregnancy? plea Reviewed by Dr. Njoud Jweihan, MD | Updated June 29, 2019 | TagsPregnancy Safety
“Ginger Root Tea: Ginger is widely used across cultures to combat nausea. This is a great option to try if you suffer from pregnancy-related nausea.” Quote https://momlovesbest.com/tea-during-pregnancy
Brewing your tea doesn’t have to be hard; follow these steps for the perfect cup of tea.