The drinks we consume, whether in the morning or during the day, affect the body’s activity and vitality and help treat some of the emergency symptoms that you may be exposed to in this period of the year, which is the autumn period.
Here are some herbs that we should include in our daily regime to get activity and focus.
* Moringa herb
Moringa, whose tree is rich in elements and antioxidants necessary at this time of the year. It also enhances the body’s immunity and balances its temperature. It is safe for children and gives their bodies the ability to absorb nutrients.
Moringa also improves the psychological state because it contains phosphorous, which makes it suitable for eating before bed. It is available as a powdered powder, a cup of which is made in the usual tea method.
Tilia tea has many benefits for the body from expelling toxins from it to warming the body, and others, but the greatest benefit is that it rids the pharynx of phlegm, especially dry phlegm that appears after cold turns or with different air temperatures.
Anise has many benefits for the digestive system and the nervous system. It is a good sedative and is considered by some to be an antidepressant.
In traditional Chinese medicine, anise is steeped in hot water to make a tea used to treat respiratory infections, nausea, constipation, and other digestive problems.
It is recommended as a night drink for a quiet sleep.
* Cumin drink
There is stress in this period of the year, and cumin is one of the herbs that are used in abundance in food, but the boiled cumin drink has many benefits.
It is resistant to stress thanks to its antioxidant properties, and it also works to strengthen memory and stimulate the central nervous system to work efficiently.
Contributed by Israa Farhan