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Prefer drinking green tea for strengthening teeth and bones

Uday Patel

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People who are willing to make their teeth and bones strong will love to read this post further. If you are lucky enough to have strong teeth and bones already, you can plan taking green tea for fortifying yourself to beat problems that can occur in future. The best thing to know about herbal infusion is that you can select the flavor you love and enjoy bone improving compounds in packed bags. Nothing can be better and tasty way than drinking green tea for making your skeletal system strong. Actually, this consists of a magical herb that eliminates fluoride from water that can ravage your teeth and bone; green tea offers good solution to avoid bad effects of this unwanted chemical.

How to prepare tea for strengthening skeleton?

According to the scientific studies, herbal teas with good density of nutrients are taken under consideration to promote
strength of the skeletal system. Using this brew regularly with daily diet leads correction in bone related problems. For preparation of this bone strengthening beverage, take an oz of dried herb into a mason jar and mix boil water in it. Cover the jar for infusion for about 4 hours. You can even enjoy multiple cups of this beverage in a day. Below is the list of awesome teas that are useful for health of bones and teeth :


This awesome tea is good for its nutritional ingredients such as magnesium, calcium, vitamin C, K and D and sulphur. Being good source of calcium, this is suitable for strengthening the skeleton. According to studies, a cup of infused nettle
possesses up to 500 mg of calcium.


Another good herb to meet the deal of reinforcement of connective tissues is horsetail, the abundant source of magnesium and silicon. Two cups of this daily supports for resolving periodontal bone loss as well as helping to mend fractured bones quicker. The most important thing to be kept on mind while collecting horsetail leaves is to utilize only spring to gather leaves because mature leaves can generate irritation in kidneys. Well prepared horsetail leaves also promote calcium absorption.


If you want to explore an ultimate source of calcium that also contains flavonoids, steroids, saponins, alkaloids etc. Oatstraw is the best suitable tea additive. The property of this mix is that it supports the promotion of cell growth. Even it helps one to avoid osteoporosis in women.

Although, there is no lack of good sources of calcium but this is the beverage that can be used in daily diet. Also, preparation of calcium rich tea is not a tough task. It can be prepared even through simple infusion process and can be taken many times a day without taking tension about caffeine and all.

Uday writes often spice tea infusions hence the article. He writes frequently on hot beverages and spices used in te.


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