Phytotherapy - the good ҫay

Phyotherapy - the good ҫay
Phyotherapy - the good ҫay

Tea / Ҫay plays an important role in the middle east and is the second most consumed beverage after water.

The lion's share has - of course - black tea.
Other types of tea are mostly known in Kurdistan.
Chamomile and peppermint against cold and dyspeptic complaints are popular house remedies.

 

However, a lot of people are not aware of some very valuable effects of our common teas. Many of these teas can be easily cultivated at home, harvested or bought nowadays.

 

An continuous and correct ingestion of the right tea can be an effective therapy for mild diseases (cold) or an add-on therapy for moderate/severe diseases (here: only in agreement with the treating physician!).

 

This series, created by KEMSA, aims to provide people with knowledge about the types of teas, their indication and correct ingestion.

These first two slides give an overview about the common teas.

A single slide for each tea will follow soon.

 

Have fun and share.

KEMSA

Phytotherapy - the good cay
Phytotherapy - the good cay