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Chinese Herbal Teas.

Chinese herbal teas are technically called Tisanes. These are recognized as infusions made from herbs and not tea from the Camelia Sinensis plant. The herb’s essence is extracted when the tea is steeped in hot water.

Traditionally, Chinese herbal teas are used for their medicinal and healing properties. However, many varieties are o enjoyed simply for their taste.

Chinese herbal teas are technically called Tisanes. These are recognized as infusions made from herbs and not tea from the Camelia Sinensis plant. The herb’s essence is extracted when the tea is steeped in hot water.

Traditionally, Chinese herbal teas are used for their medicinal and healing properties.

However, many varieties of these teas are also enjoyed simply for their taste. Most of these teas can be bought in China as the country produces an entire pharmacy of herbs.

The great things about Chinese Herbal Tea.

There are great reasons to try out Chinese herbal tea, and here are just a few of them.

One of the well-known benefits of drinking Chinese Herbal Tea is that it offers the tea drinker caffeine-free alternatives. I have heard that many of these teas are considered very soothing and comforting tea to have before bed.

Let’s read about what Chinese Herbal Teas are worth the sip.

Rosebud and Chrysanthemum are herbal teas that I love to have any time of the day.

The Chrysanthemum, in particular, has a rare flavor. I have heard that this tea has long been used to cool the body and reduce fever, making you feel better if you’re dealing with the flu.

Famous Flower Herbal Teas.

There are several Chinese herbal tea varieties; one of those is flower tea. These teas are caffeine-free substitutes and offer various benefits. Most of these teas are calming and soothing while offering a wide range of aromas.

Here are the most famous flower teas:

1:Carnation Flower Tea – This is a lovely red flower tea that is said to help restore the body’s energy. It is also considered excellent for relaxing.

2:Chrysanthemum Herbal Tea is the first tea known to be the best of the Chinese Herbal Teas; it has a subtle sweetness and is highly refreshing.

3:Gongju Herbal Tea – Another caffeine-free tea is one of the smooth-tasting teas. The full flower in this tea is known for its soothing and relaxing features.

4:Jasmine Bud Flower Tea – According to experts, this Chinese herbal tea consists solely of the small and beautiful Jasmine flowers yet to open. (I think they will open when they are in water)

5:Wild New York Ginseng – Here is another well-known Chinese herbal tea intended for those who appreciate the wild-growing conditions in which the roots lived. It is said that because of the rugged wild conditions, each source has a unique appearance and personality.

6:Kuding Pearl Tea – Many who have tasted this tea noted that this is a bitter tea. Others call it “one leaf” because one needs only one leaf of this tea to heal several things. In addition, this is an old leaf and is deemed by many as an enjoyable herbal tea.

Which Chinese Herbal Teas do you want to try out? I am eyeing the Chrysanthemum tea. I have another post about this tea, and I will link that post down below.

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Other links.

When talking about the teas that the people in China drink, I think of another site that you might enjoy some recipes from. Check out the link below to see what I mean.

Chinese Cuisine for Vegans.

Recipe to try out soon.
I love Fried rice, and anything from China or Japan is my favorite thing to have any time of the day; check out Vegan Globe-Trotter for more on that!

Now on to a few other links, I have been in Karate for three years, and it’s such fun! So I saw my mom write something about vegan athletes and being in karate. I am considered an Athlete, so this was something that my mom said for my twin and me to check out.

Click the link below to check that out, and I have one more connection for you to check out.

Great Vegan Athletes Who Prove You Don’t Need Meat.

And the last link is to the karate site that My twin and I run together, talking and showing you many different things we learn in karate class. Check it out here.

We even have a Youtube channel too! Check it out here.

I hope you have a wonderful day ahead, don’t forget to tell me what tea on this list is one you have tried.

 

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