Dr. Sebi recommended, as per his nutritional guide, a list of herbs that we can consume as teas. These are natural alkaline herbs.
Here’s a brief profile of some of the herbal teas that were included in his dietary guidelines:
- Burdock Tea:
- Burdock is a plant known for its long taproot, and its roots are often used to make tea.
- Burdock tea is believed to have potential health benefits, including supporting detoxification and promoting skin health.
- It is often used as a mild diuretic and may aid in digestion.
- Chamomile Tea:
- Chamomile is a well-known herb that has been used for centuries for its potential calming and soothing properties.
- Chamomile tea is commonly consumed to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and alleviate digestive discomfort.
- It is also considered a mild anti-inflammatory and may aid in sleep.
- Elderberry Tea:
- Elderberry is a dark purple berry from the elder tree and is rich in antioxidants, particularly anthocyanins.
- Elderberry tea is used to support the immune system and may help in managing cold and flu symptoms.
- It is often used to reduce inflammation and boost overall health.
- Fennel Tea:
- Fennel is a flowering plant known for its aromatic flavor.
- Fennel tea is believed to aid in digestion, alleviate bloating, and relieve gastrointestinal discomfort.
- It is often consumed after meals to support healthy digestion.
- Ginger Tea:
- Ginger is a popular spice known for its spicy and aromatic flavor.
- Ginger tea is valued for its potential to alleviate nausea, improve digestion, and reduce inflammation.
- It is often used as a natural remedy for upset stomach and motion sickness.
- Red Raspberry Tea:
- Red raspberry leaves have been used for their health benefits, including support for women’s health.
- Red raspberry leaf tea is commonly consumed during pregnancy to strengthen the uterus and prepare for childbirth.
- It is also used to help regulate menstruation.
- Tila Tea (Linden Flower Tea):
- Tila, or linden flower, is a plant with small yellow flowers known for its mild, sweet flavor.
- Tila tea is often consumed for its calming and relaxing properties, making it a popular choice before bedtime.
- It is believed to have mild sedative effects and may help reduce anxiety.
All Natural Herbal Teas:
- Red Raspberry