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Blooming Tea Flowers: 6 Natural Home Remedies Using Green Tea

Green tea has been used by the Chinese for medicinal purposes since ancient times. Did you also know that it can be as a natural remedy for treating cold, joint pain, acne, and more? If you’re also trying to reduce your coffee addiction blooming tea flowers (also known as flowering tea) is a great alternative. So, let’s take a look at six simple ways you can use green tea to heal and/or make you feel better.  

1. Colds and the Flu

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By consuming three cups of green tea a day you can dramatically help your body’s natural healing when dealing with a cold or even the flu. We know that our immune system is weak when we’re sick which is why green tea should be your must-have drink because it provides immune-boosting properties to the body along with antioxidants which helps to fight infections and free radicals.

2. Stress Buster

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We all experience stress. What makes green tea exceptional for reducing anxiety is it’s packed with the amino acid called L-theanine which is highly effective at fighting stress and elevated levels of cortisol. Have a cup of blooming tea flowers first thing in the morning for instant Zen all day long.

3. Joint Pain

Green tea is highly alkalizing to the body which makes it ideal for fighting inflammation and joint pain. For a post-workout drink add a few green tea leaves after you have brewed your blooming tea flowers to your drink or smoothie. Blooming tea flowers can be stored for additional brewing in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 48 hours.

4. Upset Stomach

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When we are under stress it interrupts your digestive system’s natural function; which largely affects your digestive tract. Green tea helps to calm your nerves which can regulate digestion; it’s also full of alkalizing benefits that can reduce acidity in your stomach to aid in digestion further.

5. Toothache

Green Tea contains an anti-inflammatory property called catechins polyphenols which can help treat infections and inflammation. If a toothache kicks in simply drink two cups of blooming tea flowers.  

6. Athlete’s Foot

Polyphenols which are present in green tea can prevent inflammation. Therefore, green tea can make an effective home remedy for athlete’s foot.


  • Place a blooming tea flower into hot water.
  • Soak your feet into the tea for 15-20 minutes.
  • Leave your feet dry naturally.
  • Repeat 2-3 times per day.

So now that you know how green tea can help you fight your ailments what kind of green tea should you buy? It can be confusing. But thankfully, a new trend has emerged, and Teabloom is the leader. Teabloom's tea balls are sealed for freshness, but when opened deliver a spectacular show no other beverage can deliver. We call it Flowering Tea or Blooming Tea Flowers which are hand-sewn by tea artisans into tiny balls or heart-shaped blooms using the finest green tea leaves. You can steep and re-steep each bloom up to 3 times. It also comes in different flavors like Tangerine-Spice, Pomegranate, Jasmine and Vanilla. So check out Teabloom’s green tea collection today and reap the health benefits at the same time.

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