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Grape Seed Tea – 6 Alternative Personal Health Care Uses

grape seed tea uses

As grape seeds are widely known to contain essential vitamins and health boosting antioxidants, it is perhaps surprising that grape seed tea is less utilized around the world. GOLOB’s Rejuvenating Grape Seed Tea contains a flavorful blend of ground grape seeds, grape leaves and sun dried grape berries which is perfect for soothing the mind and body. But there is much more to GOLOB’s Rejuvenating Grape Seed Tea than simply sipping a hot cup of its delicious brew.

Check out these 8 fantastic and incredibly unique personal health care uses:

  1. Condition Your Hair

Add two tablespoons of grape seed tea to a liter of hot water and allow it to steep. After shampooing, gently massage the brew deep into the scalp to moisturize and strengthen your hair.

  1. Make a Beauty Mask

Mix equal (up to one tablespoon) amounts of grape seed tea and baking soda. Add a bit of honey. Apply the tea mixture to the face for at least one hour. Rinse to reveal glowing skin.

  1. Take an Aromatic Tea Bath

Add a few tablespoons of GOLOB’s Rejuvenating Grape Seed Tea to hot bath water for a soothing, aromatic soak. Absorb vitamins A, C, E and other nutrients directly through the skin. This bath is perfect for soothing sunburns and mild skin irritations.

  1. Soothe Your Feet

Soak your aching feet in a sweet scented bath of grape seed tea. The aromatic water is excellent for getting rid of foot odor, softens persistent calluses and nourishes the skin.

  1. Draw Out Infections

Put a tablespoon of grape seed tea into textile napkin, submerge it to warm water and then apply the bag directly to boils, cuts, scrapes, blisters or sores. The antioxidants in the tea will help to reduce inflammation, eliminate harmful microbes, and drain the boil or sore quickly and painlessly.

  1. Make healthier pasta

Add incredible flavor and lots of health promoting nutrients to your pasta and grain dishes by adding tablespoon of grape seed tea to the pot. Simply add a few spoons to hot water and let them steep for 3 minutes, before bringing the liquid up to a boil and adding your pasta.


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