This section is dedicated to the benefits of different types of teas as they pertain to Lyme symptoms. The BLENDS below are an excellent way of ingesting multiple supplemental herbs in one convenient drink . Please check out Teas for a more thorough list of tea options for all sorts of symptoms. Medical and FDA Disclaimers Below.


Tea ingredients to look for
Types of Tea
Tea Blends
Loose Tea Distributors
More information on types of tea

Please check out Teas for a more thorough list of tea options for all sorts of symptoms. The two lists are very similar, pardon the repetition.


Tea ingredients to look for: (in no particular order)

For the gut, especially nausea, also good for colds and and as a spritz for repelling spiders.

For the gut, including nausea, circulation and cold symptoms.

For the gut, especially nausea

For pain relief, anti-bacterial, congestion.

For anxiety, sleep, nausea, and coughing

Lemon Grass:
For anxiety, digestion, anti-inflammation, and circulation.

Lemon Balm:
For anxiety, sleep, digestion, nausea.

Passion Flower:
For neurological and muscular symptoms.

Valerian Root:
For relaxation and sleep.



Types of Tea:
(There is also a lot of information about the types of teas in the “Loose Tea Distributors” websites below.)

White Teas:
White teas are young tea buds. They are squishy and soft. They are not rolled or crushed. Very gentle, lease amount of caffeine. Very light flavor.

Green Teas:
Young tea leaves, plucked in the morning. Best in retention of antioxidants. Known to contain vitamin C, Tannins, and various minerals. Very little Caffeine. Conclusion, it’s the most “refreshing” tea because it’s a good combination of stimulation and and relaxation.
Types of green tea:

How long to brew the teas:

More about the differences between green, white, black and oolong tea:

And More Information about the teas:



Tea Blends:
The Blend is named by the shops listed below. Your local loose tea shop may have something similar, or sometimes you can request a special blend. Which would be another benefit of a loose tea provider.

“Gentle Cleanse,” Discover Teas:
For inflammation liver function, and immune function. (don’t let the name scare you. it’s a very gentle blend that is very soothing.) Ingredients: oatstraw, dandelion, slippery elm, milk thistle, ginger, lemongrass, honeybush and rooibos.

“Sleepeze,” Discover Teas:
For relaxation, mental stress, and sleep. Ingredients: lavender, chamomile, valerian root

“Peaceful Pathways,” Discover Teas:
For peace and balance. Ingredients: lemongrass, chamomile, ginger, hibiscus, and tropical fruits. Naturally caffeine free.

“Slimming Goddess”, Discover Teas:
For digestion and inflammation. A blend of Ti Kuan Yin Oolong, lemongrass, and ginger. (don’t let the name scare you, very gentle and amazing for inflammation. Try it with extra lemon grass)

other blends we love from Discover Teas:
“AnxieTEA,” for stress and sleep
“Defense Boost,” for the immune system
“DigestTEA,” for functions of the gut, very gentle
“Lavender Lemonade,” for soothing, and relaxation
“Winter Dreams,” calming flavorful gentle black tea (“gentle black tea”, so this one has a little caffeine in it.)
along with all their other white, green, and oolong teas

Teavanna’s Wellness Blends:
Check out:
“Rev up Wellness Tea”
“Recover Wellness Tea”
“Defense Wellness Tea”
along with all their other white, green, and oolong teas



Loose Tea Distributors:
Once again, these are suggestions from other pain sufferers. Please do your own research to make sure you are finding the highest quality tea you can find.  

Discover Teas:


Mighty Leaf:

Jenier Teas:



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