A long time ago there was nutrition and diet according to each blood group, so we offer you hot drinks that are ideal for each particular type.
Coffee in reasonable quantities is suitable only for those with blood groups A and B, and different types of teas are good for all groups. But since there are herbs that correspond to a particular blood group, there are also the ones that despite all their healing properties, they are unlikely to help.
Discover the tea that is “right for your blood type,” and help your body stay healthy.
The following are the best and the worst combinations for your blood type.
A good choice for your blood type
Blood group 0
People who have blood type 0 should avoid milk, beans and gluten. Although they cope well with stress, they are troubled by stomach acid. Teas that are recommended for people with blood group 0 they are based on ginger, ginseng, green tea Sencha tea and Mate, which is known as a substitute for coffee. An ideal choice of tea for them is a mixture of Sencha, ginseng and ginger, and instead of coffee – the tea Mate, or pure Japanese green tea Sencha.
Also good for you: parsley, hops, bark elm, mulberry leaf, ginger, lime flower, dandelion, dog-rose.
Blood type A
These are very emotional and analytical people, who are very prone to stress, and have persistently high levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Although they do not mind the coffee, the need for a predominantly plant-based diet, meditation and yoga will make their everyday drinking tea suitable. Good teas for people with blood group A are: Taiwanese Gunpowder green tea, tea of pure jasmine flower, a combination of silver jasmine and green tea Ying Hao, and a mixture of yarrow, calendula and thyme.
Also good for you: greater burdock, white hawthorn, elm bark, wild rose, thistles, ginger, aloe, St. John’s-wort.
Blood type B
People with blood type B usually have a slow metabolism, prone to autoimmune diseases, weight gain, lethargy, chronic fatigue and irregular sleep. They have a resistant digestive system, but a weak defense against bacteria, primarily Escherichia coli. They should drink superbly young green tea, organic green or red rooibos without additives, honey bush and elderberry, rooibos, sage and lemon balm.
Also good for you: raspberry leaf, parsley, licorice, mint mad, elder, birch leaf, elm bark, St. John’s-wort, dandelion, mint, yarrow, thyme, thyme, great burdock and yellow sorrel.
Blood type AB
People with this blood type are intuitive and are not prone to stress. You should focus on specific types of green tea and related preparations, mint, peony, sandalwood and rice drinks. Ideal choice of teas for them is a natural yellow tea, a mixture of superior green tea and mint or fried rice. For men with blood group AB is especially recommended blend of nettle, peppermint, and rooibos.
Also good for you: white hawthorn, burdock, ginger, strawberry leaf, chamomile, rosehips, licorice.
Teas to Avoid
“The use of medicinal plants by blood groups is a primarily useful supplement in the prevention or in addition to conventional therapies,” says Dr. Ljubinka Stojkovic, phyto and apitherapist from Nis.
“Blood type is not significant when selecting food,” says Dr. Stojkovic. “Herbs should be used primarily to essential forms, so as original as possible.”
As there are herbs that correspond to a particular blood type, there is also a herb that despite all the healing shouldn’t be used at all.
Dr Ljubinka Stojkovic lists some inappropriate plants for all blood groups:
Blood type 0
Aloe, St. John’s-wort, strawberry leaf, coltsfoot, corn silk, leaf senna, shepherd’s purse, large Velcro
Blood type A
People with blood type A, which is the most common, have a lively, strong temperament, but vigorously react to all problems in life. Therefore, they’re recommended a phytotherapy that will
calm them down and “cool down”, help their poor mucous membranes and prevent the tendency to cold.
Corn silk, red clover, sorrel, rhubarb, cat scales
Blood type B
Red clover, leaf apricot, lime flower, coltsfoot, shepherd’s purse, mullein
Blood type AB
Aloe, red clover, mullein, linden flower, hay, shepherd’s purse, corn silk, hops