Herbal Tea

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Herbal teas have their initial purpose, as something to drink, but their powerful mixture of unique nutrients and antioxidants can also make them a valuable topical application. If you have suffered some type of impact injury and are seeing a bruise begin to form on your skin, brew any number of herbal teas – chamomile, white oak, comfrey, etc. – and then let them cool. You can then apply the concentrated teas directly on the site of the bruise. This will significantly speed healing and reduce inflammation in many cases, while also preventing infections if there is a laceration in addition to the bruise.

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