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Hops Published: 3rd July, 2012  
Most people are quick to admit that their lives overloaded with stress…which is in turn linked to constipation, back pain, difficulty concentrating, and compulsive behavior. When life gives you lemons, you may be tempted to drown your sorrows with a pint of your favourite lager. But if you’re looking to relieve your anxiety without having to deal with a hangover, chase the worries away with a cup of hops tea. Cultivated in 8th Century Germany, hops’ desirable anti-microbial qualities were introduced to beer production, in addition to balancing flavor. Though it is one of the four main ingredients in beer, hops on its own boasts soothing, anti-inflammatory qualities which aids digestion and calms upset stomachs. Moreover, hops acts as a proven relaxing agent to reduce stress levels, allowing you to experience deeper sleep and increased mental clarity. Like a potent beer, hops is at its strongest when it’s had the chance to soak all in its full flavor for extended periods of time, so prepare your tea in advance to experience the peace of a natural relaxant. If you have leftover tea, never fear! You can use cooled hops as a tincture to relieve arthritis or muscle pain. Whether applying hops inside or out, you can rest assured that it will soothe your mind and body, and your insomnia ridden nights will be a thing of the past.

Learn more: Hops Tea

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