The Benefits of Tea with Cellular Healing

The Benefits of Tea with Cellular Healing

Cellular healing is coming to the forefront as one of the best most amazing healing way of life for all those who decide to follow.

Cellular healing is not a cure for a disease, yet it’s the cure for many things. Cellular healing is in fact a way of life, a way of eating and in that a way of living. Cellular healing is a way to have to living better and living a healthier life.

You will often hear it said that we regenerate certain organs every so often whether it’s weeks, months or years. Before writing this article I researched this topic and found it to be only partially true, there are only a few things that regenerate themselves that being the liver if it has been damaged, the skin by way of healing by scaring and fingertips that when damaged regenerate back to the way they were. I could not find scientific proof of the eyes, stomach or other body organs regenerating. So truth being told, we do not grow a new set of eyes, lungs or liver every so often.

That being said we need to really focus on taking care of what we have. This is where cellular healing comes into play.

Before we learn the positive effects of tea, here is what the cellular healing diet looks like:

This is just a small sample of what are dos and donts of cellular healing I suggest you follow Dr. Pompa and his Cellular Healing Diet video’s and blog posts to know more about it.


The Donts:

Foods listed in Leviticus 11 as unclean

Man made Fats (hydrogenated oils)

Processed foods


Pasteurized and homogenized dairy

Grain fed animal products



Processed grains

Sugary junk food

This is just the short list and you can explore more on Dr. Pompa’s site.


Tea plays an important part in the cellular healing diet, as it’s one of the best beverages you can drink that aids the body. Tea, organic tea and herbal drinks are beneficial to the body by properties naturally contained within them.

Tea has been around for thousands of years and the history of its benefits are countless. Search the Internet and you will come up with hundreds or factual articles on the healthiness of tea. Pick a problem and you can search out a tea that we be benefical in dealing with it.

Tea may help with cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and weight loss, tea lowers cholesterol, calm us, and awakens us depending on what we are drinking. Tea has even begun to show results of antimicrobial qualities.

Katherine Tallmadge, MA. RD. LD says: “There does not seem to be a downside to tea…it’s a great alternative to coffee, contains less caffeine.” Ms. Tallmadge goes on to discuss the fact that tea contains flavonoids that are the healthy benefit that heals our bodies.

I’ll start with the single origin teas such as green, black, white and end with the herbals.


Green tea: is highly concentrated with EGCG. Green tea’s antioxidants may interfere with the growth of bladderbreast, lung, stomach, pancreatic, and colorectal cancers; prevent clogging of the arteries, burn fat, counteract oxidative stress on the brain, reduce risk of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, reduce risk of stroke, and improve cholesterol levels.


Black tea: black tea has the highest caffeine content and black tea may protect lungs from damage caused by exposure to cigarette smoke. It also may reduce the risk of stroke.


White tea: white tea has the most potent anti-cancer properties compared to the other processed teas.


Oolong tea: In an animal study, those given antioxidants from oolong tea were found to have lower bad cholesterol levels.


Pu-erh tea: Made from fermented and aged leaves. One animal study showed that animals given pu-erh had less weight gain and reduced LDL cholesterol.


Herbal Teas

Herbal teas are made from herbs, fruits, seeds, or roots that are then steeped in hot water. Herbal teas have lower concentrations of antioxidants than green, white, black, and oolong teas. Their strengths vary per ingredient and it’s way too lengthy to get into here but I will mention a few along with their healthy properties.


Chamomile tea: Its antioxidants may help prevent complications from diabetes, like loss of vision and nerve and kidney damage, and stunt the growth of cancer cells. Can calm the body and ensue rest.


Echinacea: Often touted as a way to fight the common cold. Not always confirmed scientifically yet, people swear by it.


Hibiscus: lowers blood pressure in people with modestly elevated levels, anti-inflammatory and may help relieve symptoms of arthritis.


Rooibos: (red tea): A South African herb has flavonoids with cancer-fighting properties, as well as helping with blood circulation.


Turmeric: Anti-inflammatory and helps to detoxify the body and organs.


Ginger: Anti-inflammatory and detoxifying herb also helps with digestive issues.


Mint: Mint can help with headaches and digestive issues.


Licorice Root: adds sweetness to teas (it really does). Licorice can improve respiratory health, relives cold symptoms and calm the stomach


As you can tell tea is a vital drink to our health honestly can we do without tea, sure we can but why? Tea offers us so many beneficial things and so few negative things and it’s and a wonderful drink to add to our cellular repair. Make sure to remove all sugars and sweeteners from your teas to make your tea work for you. To make your teas “sweeter” add licorice, its really amazing how sweet it makes a tea taste, I love it.


Special thanks to Dr. Pompa and WebMD


for his expert knowledge in the making of this article, please take the time to visit each site for more in depth articles on the subjects of tea, cellular healing and diet.


As always, Wishing you great health always



Lisa B.

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