Midsummer Tea

Everyone loves the warm weather of summer, particularly when it comes to activities such as swimming, eating popsicles and having a few cold beers on the deck. But, the weather can be brutal. Extreme heat can make us sick not only when we overexert ourselves, but also when we are just sitting still. Heat-related illnesses strike when the body is unable to regulate its temperature and cannot properly cool itself by sweating. Very warm weather can also lead to other sicknesses such as infections, viral and otherwise.

Keeping the body cool from the inside out can help us to have a healthier, happier, more productive time throughout summer.

The Midsummer Tea is a 100% natural formula used to help safely and naturally draw out excessive heat and fevers from the body, and help maintain a healthy balance in summer. With a delicious taste of summer beverage, the tea may help relieve headaches and colds caused by excessive wind and heat; may assist in relief of feelings of restlessness and bad moods due to the overheating. It helps promote a healthy physical and emotional balance and leaves you feeling healthier and happier.

Health Benefits of Midsummer Tea

Hyperthermia and Sun Poisoning*

Hyperthermia is a group of heat-related illnesses, including heat syncope, cramping, exhaustion, swelling and heat stroke, caused when the body overheats. Older adults are more susceptible to hyperthermia, because people lose some of their ability to dissipate heat as they age. Any older adult suffering from cramps or early signs of heat exhaustion, such as heavy sweating, weakness, dizziness, exhaustion, fever, fatigue, upset stomach, confusion or nausea could lead to serious complications.

This caffeine-free summer tea may help relieve fever and assist in regulation our internal temperatures. Sometimes relief could be immediate. The ingredients have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine to help clear an excess of heat and to eliminate toxicity, especially that of such inflammatory diseases as rheumatoid arthritis, abscesses, sores, inflammation of the breast, and dysentery. A cup of tea each day may help keeping you away from hyperthermia.

Hay fever, summer colds (wind-heat type of cold) and asthma*

Summer can be a dangerous time for people with asthma caused by a higher risk of wind-heat type of cold. More smog and air pollution, high pollen levels and increased mold growth due to high humidity all cause a spike in asthma attacks. The ingredients in the Midsummer Tea is believed to be an expectorant. Julia Lawless, in "The Aromatherapy Garden", writes that the infusion can be drunk as a tea to help relieve cough and colds. It may also be used to help relieve upper respiratory tract infections and asthma. This tea may assist in clearing and soothing the respiratory tract. 'Health Line' advises it may be used to help relieve the wind-heat type of cold in summer too.

May assist with inflammatory*

The Midsummer Tea may have antibiotic properties, and ‘Healthline’ advises that these ingredients may be used to assist infections caused by streptococcal bacteria. It has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat inflammation and skin infections. They may be used to relieve other types of inflammations and infections, as well. Since this tea contains lonicerin, saponin and inositol, it has been found to possess antibacterial and anti-viral properties.

The ingredients in the tea have been shown to be effective in assistance with sores and swelling in the eyes, throat and chest. It contains properties that may assist with subdue bacteria that cause salmonella, strep and tuberculosis infections, and bladder infections.

May help promote a calm mood*

The ingredients in Midsummer tea have been shown containing calming properties. The tea is good for assisting in reducing excessive internal heat or fever from the body. If a person suffers from excessive internal heat or fever, they will feel restless and be easily irritated, especially in the heat of summer.

May help managing oily skin and blistery rashes*

People in China have used this herbal treatment for centuries to clear excessive heat and toxins from the body in summer to help manage acne and keep skin clear, soft and beautiful. According to the ‘Healthline’ website, properties in this tea may also be used to help relieve skin rashes, such as poison oak, cuts and abrasions on the skin. These ingredients are the preferred part of the plant to use in the skin care. Because the tea is rich in iron, it has been in use in the assistance of relief of anemia and help promote a radiant glow.

May contribute to help relief of mouth ulcer*

A mouth ulcer is the loss or erosion of part of the soft tissue that lines the inside of the mouth. Some of the causes include unhealthy diet, staying up late, smoking and being chronically overheated. In most cases, mouth ulcers are harmless, however, they are painful and uncomfortable, especially when eating, drinking or brushing the teeth.

Midsummer tea contains antibiotic components, such as lonicerin, saponin and inositol. They have been found to possess antibacterial and anti-viral effects that may help assist with oral ulcers and throat infections.

*Midsummer Tea is 100% herbal based. It is not a prescription medicine. (disclaimer)

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