Cranberry tea is widely recognized as containing powerful anti-oxidant properties. Considered a superfood, cranberries, and the tea derived from them, have an amazing array of healthy side effects when ingested and used on a consistent basis.
Cranberry tea is used to help prevent and slow the progression of the gum disease, or gingivitis. Maintaining healthy gums is vital to overall health due to many illnesses being linked to oral hygiene. Regular intake of the tea strengthens the gums and helps fight bacteria and other toxins that attack the mouth.
Cranberry tea is known to bolster the immune system. Disease and sickness is averted by the powerful antioxidants in the tea. This protects the vital organs, such as the heart, from falling prey to free radical damage.
Urinary Tract Infection Help
Cranberry tea can be used to cure urinary tract infections through its ability to filter the system and treat the infections themselves. Continued use of the tea allows for better defense against any infection recurrences.
Cranberries are packed with essential vitamins and minerals that the body needs on a daily basis. They contain high amounts of potassium and Vitamin C which are crucial in helping the body defend against sickness and disease. They also contain dietary fiber which the body uses to maintain digestive regularity.
Cranberry tea helps to protect the eyes from damaging toxins and outside forces via continued use. The powerful anti-bacterial properties of the cranberry help to form a defense against any degenerative diseases which can come about when the eye is left unprotected.
Cranberry tea helps to flush the kidneys of harmful toxins. The tea aides in the daily functions of the kidneys by protecting them from free radicals and possible disease-causing bacteria that can plague the organs.
Cranberry tea has some weight loss benefits as well. The cranberry contains organic acids that actually eat away at fat deposits, flushing them out of the system. Regular intake of the tea in combination of a healthy diet can result in weight loss and a healthier overall body.
Brennan McMahon was born and raised in Rowlett, TX (an eastern suburb 30 minutes from Dallas.) He graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2003 with a Bachelor's degree in literary studies, has worked on several TV shows and movies such as Prison Break and Walking Tall 2 & 3, and is an independent screenwriter and freelance writer/columnist now living in Dallas.