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3 Different Types Of Herbal Teas

Whether you’re looking for an energy boost or just trying to relax after a long day, there are so many different types of herbal tea available today. Find out what they have to offer! Keep reading about the 3 Different Types Of Herbal Teas.

Herbal teas come in many forms, including loose-leaf, bagged, and bottled varieties.

Some people prefer to drink them hot, while others enjoy cold brews. The most popular types are chamomile, green tea, rooibos, and peppermint.

Green Tea.

3 Different Types Of Herbal Teas

A cup of Green Tea by a teapot of Green Tea


Green tea has been used as a medicinal herb since ancient times. Steeping leaves make it of the Camellia sinensis plant in water. Black tea, also known as “oolong,” is produced by steeping black tea leaves in boiling water. Both types of tea contain polyphenols, antioxidants that help protect against cancer and cardiovascular diseases.

White Tea.

White Tea on a table


White tea is made from the buds and young shoots of the camellia Sinensis plant. It contains less caffeine than green tea but more antioxidants. White tea is often served with dessert because its delicate flavor pairs well with sweet flavors.

Try drinking some white tea if you want something refreshing to sip on during the warmer months. This herbaceous beverage is known for its light flavor and delicate aroma. You can find it at grocery stores and health food stores.

Chamomile Tea.

A cup of Chamomile tea with chamomile flowers around.

Ah, one of my all-time favs! Chamomile Tea is packed with so many benefits, and the best part is this tea is known for helping those who can’t fall asleep right away; you can read more about this tea below.

Chamomile tea post.


If you like herbal teas, I would like to hear what tea you want on a day. That may seem stressful, but tea helps us out any day because they are hot and cozy and makes us feel better knowing what herbal teas can do for us.

So now that you know about the 3 Different Types Of Herbal Teas, do you want to check out the other posts I have here? Check below for more from tea jubilee.

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More Things to Check Out.

Now that we have read about why you should try Herbal Teas, want to know the lesser-known facts about Herbal Teas? I sure do. I read this article a bit ago while looking into herbal teas. Click this link to find out about those facts.

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This site is filled with our advice to those who are thinking of starting something new in their life, and one thing to have to say is you won’t regret starting karate if you want to!

We have made many friends, and we love attending classes weekly. Check it out here.

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