4 Herbal infusions for Health and Happiness
Team Udayavani, Apr 7, 2020, 6:27 PM IST
Most of the people start their day with tea and coffee but if you want a natural health booster, then here is a list of a few herbal infusions that can improve your lifestyle and overall well-being.
Fresh ginger is good for nausea, motion and morning sickness. Ginger tea mixed with lemon and honey is great for comfort.
Fennel seeds can stimulate a slow digestive system and soothe cramps. It can also reduce nicotine cravings.
Lavender helps with insomnia, anxiety, stress and depression and the aroma of lavender is known to have a soothing effect.
It is known for its soothing and calming properties and is anti-inflammatory. Chamomile calms the digestive and nervous systems.
Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.
New COVID-19 guidelines for states issued; to be effective from Dec 1
Siddaramaiah slams Yediyurappa govt over appointments to statutory bodies
More than 400 appear for online language test in Tulu script
Related Articles More
Diabetic eye disease associated with five-fold risk of severe COVID-19: Study
How did a dosing error lead to Oxford vaccine’s 90% effectiveness?
COVID-19 vaccine: India Aatmanirbhar for syringes, says industry
Are dining tents a safe way to eat out during the pandemic?
COVID-19: One crore frontline healthcare workers identified to receive vaccine in first phase
A bike rider dies in a lorry crash : The scene of the accident was captured on CCTV
Moodbidri: Four people drowned in Shambhavi river
1348 new vented dams in K’taka’s coastal districts: J.C. Madhu Swamy
Karavali gets introduced to Japanese ‘kokedama’ art
Road Ashram’ campaign to study the effects of the novel coronavirus
Cabinet approves MoU between BRICS nations on sports and physical culture
Eswarappa demands Centre allocate Rs 1,300 cr, more MNREGA man-days in K’taka
Centre asks states to take steps to reopen medical colleges from or before Dec 1
PDP youth wing leader Parra arrested by NIA in connection with terror case
“Online classes to stop if fees not paid”