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Summer leaf teas

Chrysanthemum tea/infusion is made by infusing hot water with the whole flower, which releases a wide variety of antioxidants, organic compounds, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and soothing chemicals into the tonic, making it one of the most nourishing and delightful drink. Its medicinal uses have been known for centuries, making it highly sought after by natural healers. 

Chamomile is a great source of flavone antioxidants that may play a role in improving heart health.

Mint Drinking peppermint tea every day can help you fight the symptoms of some respiratory sicknesses. According to a study in the Israeli journal Harefuah, the beverage has antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help you open up blocked sinus cavities.

Tea allergies, while not unheard of, are rare. More commonly, people experience a sensitivity, or intolerance, to tea. Ask your physician or avoid to drink if you have any allergies 

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