Herbal Tea Benefits
If you don't like to take western medicine, herbal tea benefits or medicinal tea
may be just what you are looking for.
Herbal or "infused teas" help reduce headaches, stomachaches, or even do things such as energize, relax you, or help put you to sleep! Please Visit our Herbal Remedies Page for lots of tea recipes for infused teas to help various ailments and conditions.
Herbal Tea Flavors
The other great thing about tea herbs and infused tea is the variation of flavors
they come in! You can get any kind of flavor from peppermint tea, cinnamon tea
, papaya, or even ginger tea.
The great thing is that although they are extremely beneficial for specialized illnesses, they also carry antioxidants that will help with overall health as well
! If you are looking for natural health alternatives, but don't enjoy the taste of green tea, black tea, white tea, rooibos tea, or oolong tea, look no further than herbal infusions and teas!
We have a TON of information on tea herbs! Here are some quick links for you!
FREE Herbal-Tea Recipes
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Herbal Infusions is a great tea blog discussing herbal teas and their various uses and effects.
Peppermint Tea was the first herbal I've ever tried. I'm sure you've heard that if your stomach hurts, peppermint is the answer. Well guess what, it's true! In fact, I'm drinking a cup of peppermint tea as I'm writing this because my stomach is bothering me a little bit.
Another favorite of mine is mixing a few of the memory enhancing herbal infusions together for a brain booster. These are great to take the morning of an important test, meeting, or anything of that nature where you need to be at your best. It must work because I've been on the deans list for awhile now!
Herbal tea comes in all kinds of flavors that help cure different illnesses. Here are just a few:
*Aloe Vera Tea
*Slippery Elm Tea
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchial Infections
*Milk Thistle Tea
*Nettle Leaf Tea
*Slippery Elm Tea
*Yerba Mate Tea
*Gotu Kola Tea
Joints, Stiffness, Pain
*Dong Quai Tea
Liver, Kidneys, Gallblader
*Sage & Oatstraw Tea
*Black Cohosh Tea
There are many, many more as there is a herbal type of tea for practically every possible thing that could go wrong in your body.
Herbal Tea Ingredients Resource
Bulk Herbal Tea
Where to get your tea herbs....Your tea is only as good as the quality of the herbs that you use. Certified Organic is a must for me. It is not always available at my local health food store and I have now totally rely on getting my herbs from Mountain Rose Herbs. Doesn't matter how much or how little I am looking for. (If you buy bulk, you can save 40%!). They have a selection of herbs second to none. Best online certified organic herb supplier I have found. To visit their site, click the banner below. You will be impressed. You can buy from them direct and get wholesale pricing through our Tea Herbs section.
Herbal-Tea and Pregnancy is something that pregnant or those who may be pregnant need to be aware of. Certain herbs are approved as safe and others need to be avoided during pregnancy.
If you have not found the herbal information you are looking for, please contact me and I will try to assist with your query, you can also check out this website which also has a bunch of information on various herbs.
Free Recipes for herbal infusions can be found on our site as well! We invite you to share Your Favorite Recipe as well. We hope to grow a large recipe database to share on our site, so please send your recipes along!
If your a busy mom and you'd like to take care of your family's health through herbal remedies, please check out this website - www.herbal-remedies-for-busy-moms.com
Caffeine Content in Tea
These days, a lot of people are worried about consuming too much caffeine. But great news folks - most herbal tea contains no or little caffeine! Even better, it NATURALLY contains no caffeine, so you don't need to worry about extra chemicals being put into your tea. If you are mixing tea and herbs, and looking to decaffeinate the tea, our instructions for decaffeintated tea will help.
Mix and Match
Here is something that is pretty creative for you to do. Imagine that you want to find a natural remedy for joint problems, but you also have a bad stomach. Mixing herbs together is the answer! For example, for the joint problem you can take Yarrow Tea, and for the digestion you could take Peppermint Tea. Since the regular dosage is about 1 teaspoon per cup, you could put 1/2 teaspoon of Yarrow and mix it with 1/2 teaspoon of Peppermint, and help both your problems at the same time!
If you are worried 1/2 teaspoon won't be enough, feel free to do a teaspoon of each but remember to double the water to 2 cups instead of one. Feel free to mix and match as much as you want. There are some wonderful combinations available, and with all the different types of herbal tea your options are almost limitless.
When drinking herbals, or any type of tea for that matter, make sure you taste it without sugar first to see how you enjoy the taste. If you add sugar to your tea, your just negating the health benefits! Sugar is one of the most underestimated things you can put into your mouth, and if people cut back on it, perhaps by "not adding sugar" with their tea, they would certainly lose weight!
Search for the tea and/or ailment you're looking for to see if I've written a page about it. If not, feel free to contact me and ask me to write a page for it.
Chamomile Tea - A great all-in-one herbal infusion!
Using Wolfberries to promote clear and radiant eyes.
Drink Alfalfa Tea For a Better Digestion System
Ginseng Tea Is A Very Powerful Tonic To Be Drank With Caution
Take Aloe Vera To Heal Skin Irritations
Use Milk Thistle Tea To Cleanse Your Liver And Renew Your Body
Drink Yerba Mate For Unlimited Energy!
Use Eyebright Tea For Healthier Eyes!
Herbal Types of Tea are fun to make and you can really get creative in your blends and fusions. One of my favorite things to do is buy bulk herbal tea and then create my own blends. I can give these away as tea gifts and share them with my family and friends! Buying in bulk lets you be a little more creative with your tea blending.