Drink Fennel Tea With Baking Soda to Fight Headaches, Insomnia and Strokes



Do you know fennel tea?

Also known as finocchio, this tea is known and used all around the world. Fennel tea has some amazing benefits.

Many people believe that this tea helps to lose weight and many others use it to sleep better.

But, do you know the other benefits of this tea?

Helps against free radicals
Aids the respiratory system
Controls blood pressure
Reduces gas and aids in digestion
Lessens bad breath
Helps you relax and sleep better
Helps with weight loss

All those benefits are amazing, aren't they?

But, when combined with baking soda, fennel tea can also contribute to cases of headaches and insomnia.

Did you know?

Baking soda aids the good functioning of the body since it regulates blood pH, contributing to good digestion, relaxing the muscles and nerves, and alleviating headaches.

Learn how to make a fennel and baking soda tea to get all these benefits:

8,45 oz. water;
1 teaspoon fennel seeds;
½ teaspoon baking soda;

Making it is very simple:

Bring the water to a boil, turn off the heat and let the fennel seeds infuse for two minutes. After that, strain, add baking soda and drink right after.

You can drink this tea with baking soda whenever you have headaches. However, if your headaches are constant, seek medical help to identify the cause of this issue.

Now tell us, did you already know the combination of baking soda with fennel tea?

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