Why You Should Include Apple Tea With Rosemary In Your Routine

By | March 16, 2020
Why You Should Include Apple Tea With Rosemary In Your Routine

Do you like apples? Have you ever tried apple and rosemary tea? No?!

Today you will learn the benefits of this tea, and surely will want to drink it often from now on.

You have certainly heard that saying ”an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, right? Well, the apple is one of the most used fruits in juices and teas, and frequently is the base of these mixtures since it is cheap.

Did you know that both the pulp and the peel are rich in vitamin C and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus,and potassium? Besides that, the fruit also contains fiber and a powerful antioxidant called quercetin.

All of that makes apples great for reducing blood pressure, improving brain function, reducing the risk of diabetes, helping with constipation, preventing cancer, fighting asthma, preventing cavities, improving immunity and bone health, alleviating stomach issues, preventing eye diseases, and slowing down aging. Isn’t it amazing?

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What about rosemary? In another video, we showed that, according to studies, it aids memory and mental fatigue.

Besides that, it also helps with digestion, inflammation, diabetes control, improves blood circulation and is a powerful antibiotic and natural diuretic.

So, drinking an apple and rosemary tea will bring you many benefits; not to mention its delicious taste!

To make this tea, you will need:
1/2 tablespoon dried rosemary or 1 small branch of fresh rosemary 1 apple (preferably organic) and 10 oz. water

Making it is easy:
Wash the rosemary branch. Core the apple and dice it.
Then, put it in a pan with water to boil.
Once it starts boiling, add the rosemary, put the lid on and turn down the heat.
Let it boil for five minutes more.
After five minutes, turn off the heat and wait until the mixture cools down.
Strain, sweeten with honey (if you want to) and drink right after.
You can drink this tea in the morning or at night.

For some people, this tea works as a relaxant since it fights fatigue and improves sleep. So, did you like this recipe? Do it and share your experience with us.


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