If you are like me and on a mission to change your whole lifestyle and diet and want to try Herbal teas, there are hundreds of different ones you can drink, with varying tastes and benefits.

Ginger tea is best for digestive health, and it helps relieve nausea, heartburn and stomach pains. Chamomile tea is consumed for its calming effects, and this is my favourite for some reason if you cant switch it off.

Chamomile depresses the central nervous system, reduces anxiety, and promotes restful sleep while not disturbing typical performance or function. Peppermint tea is used to support the digestive system, settle an upset stomach, reduce bloating, and help with gas if you suffer from brain fog; this is a good one to try.

Brain fog can leave you feeling spaced out, disconnected and depressed. Having a sluggish neurological system leaving us feeling fatigued and the trouble focusing, so this an excellent herbal tea to try. It increases blood flow to the brain and stimulates memory and cognitive function. Rosehip tea is a herbal tea made from the fruit of the rose plant.

Rosehip oil is used in aromatherapy and induced relaxation, so the benefits of drinking are that you get a good source of vitamin C, and it helps boost immunity.

Cinnamon tea has many health benefits as it contains antioxidants, reduces period cramps, improves memory function; cinnamon also helps with bad breath and tooth decay due to its antimicrobial properties.

Lemongrass helps the body rid itself of toxins, fats, and uric acid and relieves fluid retention. Nettle herbal tea is excellent for healthy hair. Nettle is rich in the mineral silica, which naturally helps to strengthen the hair.

The antioxidants and vitamins found in herbal teas are great for helping fight disease and infections and lower the risk of chronic disease. Unfortunately, stress is a part of four daily lives, but there are certain things we can do to combat its effect on us.

We all have different ways of managing our stress, so if drinking a nice cup of tea is your thing, you have nothing to lose by trying something different. Herbal teas tend to work in two ways: providing a mix of calming ingredients helping us to unwind.

Trying herbal tea for the first time might get you pulling faces, and you need to try a few to see what you like and what works for you; you can always add milk and sugar if that is what you are used to taking.

Go check out all the different herbal teas at www. Holland & barrett.com. Always check with your doctor if you are on medications as some herbals teas can interact with your drugs. Below are a few reasons to try herbal teas.

Lower blood pressure

Great for skin Care

Boosts immune system

Relieve stress and anxiety

Boosts energy

Supports digestion

It helps calm the parasympathetic nervous system

Increase focus and encourage the growth of neural pathways

I gradually introduced just a cup in the morning. Don’t overload yourself initially because if you have been used to drinking regular tea, it might shock the tastes buds.