Health Benefits of Lotus Leaf Tea

Lotus Leaf Tea helps with anxiety, stress and, helping your liver to be healthy, invigorates the blood according to Chinese Medicine and also stops internal bleeding for such conditions as blood in the urine. Also good for ringworm, and because it is very astringent it is great for diarrhea. Studies show it decreased the absorption of carbs and fat and also increase metabolism-thus helping people lose weight. Lotus Leaf Tea is also anti-bacterial and anti-fungal and also helps with cardiovascular health because it is full of lots of great oxidants and can increase coronary blood flow and lower blood pressure.

Paul Haider – Master Herbalist

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10 Responses to Health Benefits of Lotus Leaf Tea

  1. Robert Stephens says:

    Would your preference be a tea, extract or ground up leaf to make your own tea? I just found your site and have bookmarked it. I suffer from anxiety attacks, although not as often as in the past, vertigo and high blood pressure. I have started taking lotus leaf about 6 months ago that I ordered from Swanson Vitamins. Do you have a preferred source? I hope to hear from you.
    Robert Stephens
    roberttstephens@yahoo.com

    • paulhaider says:

      Hi-Robert,

      I buy all my herbs by the pound so I don’t buy the normal things that most people buy.
      If you buy the regular run of the mill herbs— and they are cheaper by the pound.
      Just google “Buy Herbs by the pound” or “buy herbs in bulk” and lots of places will come up.
      I buy from many places.
      Also for Anxiety attacks, vertigo, and high blood pressure you might try Ashwagandha Root Powder, and Passion Flower Powder, and Linden Flower Powder.
      Try the Ashwagandha Root Powder first — and if that doesn’t work for you alone then add the Passion Flower Powder. — start out with a 1/2 teaspoon of each to start.– that’s what most people recommend and add more if needed.
      And if those two don’t work well then add in the Linden Flower Powder. — again start at a 1/2 teaspoon.
      I love teas, you might look at my “Relax” Tea at http://www.punjabteas.com — and also the “Sleep Tea” they are great tasting and could both help you with Anxiety.
      Also I recommend you find out what’s causing your anxiety… to much work… stress at home… stress from relationships… not happy where you live… etc.
      And doing some hypnosis will also help end the anxiety. Look in the yellow pages for a good hypnotherapist and as for references.

      Well I hope this helps.

      Paul Haider

  2. Ma. Lenyvel Torres says:

    I was trigger by the sleep tea above, now I want to access the words for more information on sleep tea because i suffered irregular sleeping habits that I even can’t cope with

  3. kathy says:

    can i mix oolong tea and lotus tea for weight loss?

  4. Stefy says:

    i am drinking a mix of lemongrass, rosemary and lotus leaves tea.After drinking it i fell nausea.Why ? thanks

    • paulhaider says:

      Hi-Stefy,

      I don’t know why.

      Remember not everyone gets along with all herbs.

      Just like not everyone gets along with all anti-biotics, anti-depressangts and more.

      Perhaps you should not be taking the Lotus leaf tea, listen to your body… that’s most important.

      Your Humble Servant – Dr. Paul Haider

  5. Betty Luiga says:

    how effective is the lotus herbal tea for weight loss

    • Hi-Betty,

      It varies depending upon the person – just like some antibiotics don’t work for some people and some anti-depression medications don’t work for some people – some herbs also don’t work for some people – just have to try it and see.

      Many Blessings to You Betty – Dr. Haider

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