1. Ginger tea: Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a well-known spice overflowing with bioactive compounds and nutrients. Test-tube experiments using human cells have shown that the two essential compounds contained in ginger, gingerols, can help fight asthma by reducing airway inflammation. Another research found that in asthmatic patients, ginger could effectively alleviate asthma symptoms.
How to make it: Add 1 teaspoon of grated ginger to a cup of boiling water. Until consuming, steep it for 10 to 20 minutes and philter the tea.
2. Eucalyptus tea: The eucalyptus tree, for its medicinal properties, is widely used. The leaves of the eucalyptus tree are used to produce eucalyptus tea and eucalyptus essential oil. Eucalyptus tea contains antioxidants and plant compounds such as eucalyptol, which has been shown to help relieve symptoms of asthma, also known as cineole. Another research has found out that eucalyptol's anti-inflammatory activity could help control the symptoms of asthma.
How to make it: Apply 1 TSP of dried eucalyptus leaves to a cup of boiling water. Until swallowing, steep it for 10 minutes and drain the tea to extract the leaves.
3. Licorice Tea: In herbal medicine, licorice tea made from the root of the licorice plant (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is used to cure a range of illnesses, including asthma. Animal studies have shown that licorice root glycyrrhizin extract can help alleviate symptoms of asthma, especially when combined with existing therapies for asthma. Restricted human research trials, however, are available and further testing is needed.
How to make: To 1 cup of water, add 1 tsp of the dried licorice root. Heat the water for 5 minutes and steep it. Strain the water and chuck out the root of the licorice.
4. Mullein tea: It is an aromatic drink that has been used to treat a variety of illnesses, including asthma, for decades. Mullein tea is produced from the leaves of a flowering plant called mullein (Verbascum thapsus). Research in animal and human studies indicate that mullein tea can help treat the effects of asthma by minimizing inflammation, which helps calm the muscles of the respiratory tract. In this area, however, further research is needed.
How to make them: Add 1 cup of boiling water to a small number of dried mullein leaves. For 15 to 30 minutes, steep it. Strain and drink the tea with the leaves.
5. Rooibos tea: known for its medicinal qualities, is a flavourful tea. The leaves from the rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) plant are used to produce it. Studies have shown that rooibos tea has been shown to relieve asthma, allergies, and other health problems.
How to make it: Place a tea bag of rooibos in a cup of boiling water for 5 to 10 minutes. Note: Before you drink any of the listed teas for asthma management, talk to your doctor.
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