Tea for Fever

Tea for Fever

Fever is a medical condition characterized by the elevation of body temperature above the normal range of 36.5-37.5 °C (98-100 °F). It is normally caused by an increase in the temperature regulatory set-point, which leads to increased muscle tone and shivering.

Fever can be caused by several conditions: from benign to potentially serious issues. Treatment to reduce fever is not necessary, unless the temperature is very high. Antipyretic medications can lower the temperature.

Hydration is vital in dealing with fever.

How tea for fever works

Tea for fever  is usually successful in lowering the body's temperature.

Efficient teas for fever

Studies revealed that Echinacea tea and Anamu tea  are both efficient teas for fever.

Echinacea is a herb found in the Unites States: from Texas to Alabama, and from Kansas to Nebraska.

The flowers of the Echinacea plant are whitish rose to pale purple. It has brown fruiting heads and a thick, blackish root.

Generally, it is known as an immunity enhancer.

Echinacea tea is used to treat the common cold, influenza outbreaks and mild to moderate infections of all kinds.

Echinacea beverage as a tea for fever contributes to lowering the fever, due to its anti-inflammatory action.

To prepare Echinacea tea, infuse the leaves, stems, flowers and roots of the Echinacea plant in hot water. Steep them for 15 minutes. Strain it and drink it warm.

Anamu tea is often chosen by consumers due to its anti-tumors and anti-cancer properties.

As a tea for fever, Anamu beverage helps the body to fight against infections, boosting its immune system. It enables it to reduce the high temperature.

To prepare Anamu tea, place 30 grams of the dried anamu plant in one liter of boiling water. Let it boil for 15 minutes. Take it out of the heat. Let the mix steep for a further 7 minutes. It can be taken three times a day.

Anamu can also be found in powder tablet and capsules.

Tea for fever: Side effects

In large doses, teas for fever may cause side effects: vomiting, nausea, dizziness, heartburn.

Teas for fever are good to be purchased instead of traditional drugs. They act as an immunity enhancer and may lower the fever, thus improving the general state of the patients.