Yogi TeaOften I find myself with respiratory issues of some sorts.

I’m super sensitive to hotel rooms, I have to bring vapor rub or eucalyptus oil to help aid with my breathing.

Sounds a bit dramatic right. It comes as a result from studying beauty so intensely where being in a zen state of mind is always preferred, so that you are able to see beauty in everything.

Frequent visits to the spa (for research mainly) yoga studios, and holistic healing are always at the top of my to do list.

Living in Los Angeles you’re almost forced to be immune to social stress or city smog.

Both, which are horrible if you suffer from anxiety and are easily prone to stress.

home-remedies-low-immunity-echinacea-teaEnchinacea is a native North American cone flower, but is technically classifies as an herb.

Many of Echinacea’s chemical constituents are, in fact known to be powerful immune system simulators and can provide a significant form of therapeutic value.

A few that you’re probably familiar with are essential oils, flavonoids, inulin, polysaccharides and vitamin C to name a few.

anxieteaPurple cone flower stimulates the overall activity of the cells responsible for fighting all kinds of infections. Unlike antibiotics, which directly attack bacteria.

Purple cone flowers makes our own immune cells more efficient at attacking bacteria.

It’s also known to increase the number and activity of immune system cells including anti-tumor cells, promotes T-cell activation, stimulates new tissue growth for wound healing and reduces inflammation in arthritis and inflammatory skin conditions.

tea-steeping-temperaturesKeep in mind the longer you seep your teas the higher its potency I often double bag. Here’s a tea menu showing you how long to brew the different types and the ideal temperature.

tea-work-home_770x513Stay calm and drink some tea.

 

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