Chinese herbal tea has long been appreciated for its health-promoting properties. From improving digestion and circulation to boosting the immune system and reducing inflammation, the wide range of herbal teas available can help support overall wellness.
When it comes to treating conditions specific like hay fever, certain herbs like peppermint, chamomile, and ginger can provide targeted relief. Let's have a look at the benefits of a few herbs for hay fever and sinus.
Xin Yi Hua: This herb is commonly used in Chinese medicine to treat sinusitis and nasal congestion. It helps to open up the nasal passages and reduce inflammation, making it easier to breathe.
Bai Zhi: Bai Zhi is another herb that is commonly used to treat sinusitis. It helps to reduce inflammation and relieve pain and pressure in the sinuses.
Ju Hua is a type of chrysanthemum flower that has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries to treat a wide range of conditions, including hay fever. It has anti-inflammatory properties and can help to relieve itching and other allergy symptoms.
Gan Cao, also known as licorice root, is a popular herb in Chinese medicine that has anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties. It can be used to help reduce inflammation in the sinuses and ease symptoms of hay fever.
While Chinese herbs can help to provide effective relief from hay fever and sinusitis. It's important to consult with one of our licensed practitioners of Chinese medicine to ensure safe and effective use of these herbs. Give us a call, we are here to help!
If your hay fever symptoms are particularly debilitating, Chinese medicine treatments like acupuncture, can treat the root core of ha fever to facilitate long term relief. Lern more about acupuncture for hay fever here
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