Category Archive: Herbal Tea

Nov 06

5 Ways Herbal Teas Can Treat Or Reduce Anxiety And Help You Relax

Drinking herbal teas, especially ones like chamomile, and various herbal blends, is often seen as a powerful and effective way to relax. This article explores five ways in which herbal teas can help you to relax, making an effective, natural, and inexpensive treatment for anxiety 1. Medicinal Effects: Herbs have various chemical components which act …

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Oct 03

Yerba Mate Tea – A Caffeinated Herbal Tea

Yerba mate tea, often just called mate, is an herbal tea made out of the leaves of Ilex paraguariensis. This plant, being in the Ilex genus, is a species of holly, related to the familiar American holly or English hollies. Yerba mate is unusual in that it is one of the few caffeinated herbal teas, …

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Sep 19

Chamomile Tea – Side Effects, Health Risks, and Points Of Caution

Chamomile tea is a popular caffeine-free herbal tea with a reputation for its mild relaxing effects. Chamomile is widely consumed as a beverage, and is generally recognized as safe. However, there are a few special populations of people that are at risk for potentially dangerous side-effects or negative impacts on health associated with chamomile consumption. …

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Sep 15

Caffeine-Free Herbal Teas That Taste Like Black Tea

Black tea is a popular drink produced from the fully oxidized leaves of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis. Black tea naturally contains caffeine; although the levels of caffeine in all tea are much lower than coffee, some people wish to avoid all caffeine, or need to for medical or religious reasons. This article explores caffeine-free …

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Aug 26

Buying the Best Chamomile Tea

How To Locate the Best Brands to Buy This Herbal Tea From Chamomile, also spelled camomile, is a popular herb for use either on its own in herbal teas or in blends. When buying chamomile tea, there are a number of questions and factors to consider. Tea company or bulk herb company? Chamomile is sold …

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Jun 03

Tulsi (Holy Basil) Tea Reviews

Tulsi (Holy Basil) Tea Reviews – My Reviews Of Loose Leaf Tulsi And Tea Bags Tulsi tea, or holy basil tea, is an herbal tea made from a species of basil plant that is a cousin of the familiar sweet basil plant used in much of Western cooking. This article gives some of my personal …

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Apr 07

Guayusa Tea

Guayusa Tea – A Caffeinated Herbal Tea From Ilex Guayusa Most people think of herbal teas as being caffeine-free, but there are a few notable exceptions. Guayusa tea, or just guayusa (also spelled wayusa) is among these exceptions; it is a naturally caffeinated herbal tea made from the plant Ilex guayusa, a species of holly …

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Mar 12

Lemon Balm Tea (Melissa Officinalis) Health Benefits

Lemon balm tea is a caffeine-free herbal tea made from the plant, Melissa officinalis. Melissa officinalis is one of many herbs which have a natural lemony fragrance without the sourness and acidity caused by citric acid in lemons. This article explores the health benefits and medicinal uses of lemon balm, and the benefits of drinking …

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Feb 16

Lemon Balm vs Lemon Verbena Herbal Teas

Lemon balm and lemon verbena are two naturally lemon-scented herbs. These herbs are quite remarkable in that they naturally smell like lemons, even though neither is closely related to the lemon plant. This article compares the two herbs, which are quite similar to each other, exploring their similarities and differences in terms of flavor, aroma, …

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Feb 04

Buying Hibiscus Tea (Roselle Tea) Or Bulk Hibiscus Flowers Online

Hibiscus tea is a popular caffeine-free herbal tea made from the sepals of the Hibiscus sabdariffa plant, also called the “roselle”. For this reason, this drink is sometimes also called roselle tea. Hibiscus tea has a long history of consumption in a variety of countries and cultures, but especially in hot, tropical areas, such as …

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