We all have sipped a cup or two of these herbal teas at some point of our lives, haven't we?
Or is it because they remind us of a time when mom or grandma gave us a cup of tea when we were feeling poorly?
Here you will learn exactly what infusions are, take a glimpse at their immense variety and, of course, get to know the many health benefits they can provide you.
Let's begin with the most important of all questions!
What is an Herbal Tea?
Tea made from herbs, also known as tisane, is not considered a “real” tea because it does not come from the tea plant Camellia Sinensis.
This fact does not reduce in any way their importance in your life.
You refer to them as infusions, because you pour boiling water over dried or fresh leaves, flowers, grasses, barks, roots, seeds or fruits.
This is how you obtain that special taste you love, combined with the wonderful health benefits each herb unlocks.
Just to give you an idea...
...some are natural herbal sedatives, such as valerian tea, others are cleansing teas, such as ginger. From your hair to your finger nails and all that flows in between there is practically a tea or infusion for every circumstance.
Like this, there are more interesting myths that we believe about herbal infusions that may not always be true. Take a look and find out a little more about these teas at Top 10 Herbal Tea Myths.
The list of herbal infusions is vast, so if you can't make your mind straight away, browse through the following sections and find the tea that best suits your needs.
|Acai tea||Astragalus tea|
|Agrimony tea||Barley tea|
|Alfalfa tea||Bilberry tea|
|Aloe Vera tea||Black Cohosh tea|
||Black Currant tea|
|Cardamom tea||Dandelion tea|
|Catnip tea||Dill tea|
|Chamomile tea||Echinacea tea|
|Chickweed tea||Elderberry tea|
|Cinnamon tea||Ephedra tea|
|Comfrey tea||Eucalyptus tea|
|Fennel tea||Holy Basil tea|
|Fenugreek tea||Hops tea|
|Garlic tea||Horehound tea|
|Ginger tea||Horsetail tea|
|Hawthorn tea||Hyssop tea|
|Lemon balm tea||Olive Leaf tea|
|Lemongrass tea||Parsley tea|
|Licorice tea||Passion Flower tea|
|Linden tea||Red Clover tea|
|Mugwort tea||Rooibos tea|
|Mullein tea||Rosehip tea|
|Neem tea||Rosemary tea|
|Sage tea||Thyme tea|
|Sassafras tea||Tulsi tea|
|Senna tea||Turmeric tea|
Slippery Elm tea
|St John's Wort tea||Wild Cherry tea|
|Star Anise tea||Wormwood tea|
Boldo tea; Chrysanthemum tea; Essiac tea; Gentian tea; Ginseng tea; Honeybush tea; Hydrangea tea; Lemon Verbena Tea; Lotus Flower tea; Peppermint tea...
...among many, many others.
Relaxation, serenity, energy and wellness are some of the benefits you can enjoy by entering the herbal world. And the blending possibilities make each cup of tea a wonderful and unique experience.
Why not arm yourself with some of the best Herbal tea guides around?
They provide excellent herbal blending ideas and offer insight into other forms of herbal remedies.
”While there's tea there's hope.” - Sir Arthur Wing Pinero (1855-1934), British actor
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