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Healthy Herbal Teas
Tea seems difficult to make, but really they are easy, and here is why. Tea is easy to make because all you need is water, a teapot, and tea (Loose or bagged) keep reading to find out what tea you might want to try out soon.
These teas are great when you need something to have when you don’t want coffee. I really love two of these teas listed. Chamomile Tea, and Butterfly Pea Flower Tea. Healthy Herbal Teas are such a great way to start your day (or end the night off right)
Chamomile tea helps you relax which is why I would recommend drinking this just before bed, my sister and I were talking about this tea a few days ago on the phone and she agrees that this tea is best for bedtime! It has no caffeine in it so it will help you just, relax and fall asleep faster.
Herbal Tea Infomation
Herbal tea, also known as tisanes are drinks made from steeping herbs, flowers, spices, or dried fruit in water.
- Almost all herbal teas are caffeine-free. (Yerba mate is the exception.)
Since there’s no caffeine, you can drink it all day, into the evening without keeping you up at night.
- Herbal tea is super easy to brew and doesn’t need to be as precise as making regular tea like black or green tea.
Herbal tea Isn’t Real Tea
Herbal teas are not real tea since they don’t come from the camellia Sinensis, the tea plant.
Real tea, like black tea and green tea, is made from leaves from the camellia Sinensis plant, and they all contain caffeine.
HERBAL TEA TIPS
- Loose herbal tea will always make a better-tasting cup than herbals in tea bags.
- Herbal tea doesn’t get bitter like black or green tea does when you steep it longer. If you want a stronger brew, steep it for longer than 5 minutes.
- If you like herbal tea sweetened, try a little honey as an alternative to sugar.
15 HEALTHY HERBAL TEA DRINKS
1: Peppermint Tea, Ok first off we have this tea right here, this tea is number one on this list of Healthy Herbal Teas, for a reason, and here’s why. Peppermint tea is properly the best Healthy Herbal Tea out there today. Packed full of health benefits, this tea is great when you are looking for a drink to have instead of coffee in the morning. hot So this is the first one that I just love to have during my quiet time, it’s easy to make and taste so good as well.
2: Rooibos Tea. This tea is kind of new to my ears, but here’s what I know so far. This tea is filled with great stuff. This tea that your reading about has these great health benefits and so much more this tea helps boost the immune system, fights off diseases such as Cold, Flu, maybe even covid as well.
3: Rooibos Latte is a cozy hot drink perfect for evenings since there’s no caffeine, which is perfect to have before bed!
4: Chamomile Tea, this tea is perfect for Healthy Herbal Teas. This tea is great to drink hot, I have heard you can make it cold too but I honestly prefer hot teas to have. But not everyone is like that and that’s OK too 🙂 To find more info on this tea Check this post out!
5: Chamomile Tea Latte Take your herbal tea time to the next level with this Chamomile Tea Latte. this drink has a smooth taste and is filled with yummy goodness such as Honey and cinnamon which is another thing that I love about teas like this 🙂
(Tea Tip: Make Healthy Herbal Teas in glass teapots so you can see the pretty colors as it steeps, like the butterfly tea.)
6: Hibiscus Tea, making this tea is super easy! All you need is the loose tea in a cup and boil the water up to 180F and Pour it into a cup with the tea and add the Honey (or any sweetener you want) and enjoy this tea anytime.
7: Quick & Easy Ginger Tea, This hot beverage is great to be made with ginger and lemon, also some honey in it.
8: Rose hip Tea, Make soothing rose hip tea, Hot or cold. Making this at home? Try using dried rose hip buds, and boil the water up to 212F and then enjoy. And If you’re looking for more great recipes for this tea Click here for the best recipe you’ll find.
9: Butterfly Pea Flower Tea, Butterfly pea flower tea is a herbal tea that naturally turns blue when steeped in the water (so cool!) check this post out for more on this wonderful tea that is a great tea to watch change blue.
10: Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Latte, this is the most gorgeous iced blue tea latte I have ever seen! The blue just makes me feel so giddy! I love teas that change colors, this tea is made with butterfly pea flowers, this is an amazing tea to have during the summer when you’re just outside and wanting something to have to cool off.
11: Lavender Tea, Not only is the tea made with the best kind of flower that smells so good 😉 but it is good for you as well. Look here for a recipe on how to make it properly hot and cold.
12: Chrysanthemum Tea, You can drink this tea either Hot or Cold but like I have said so much, (I prefer my teas hot.) Being called chrysanthemum tea, this tea is great for any time of the day and it’s so good to drink!
13; Barley Tea, wondering how to make this cool barley tea? Me too, this tea is so new to me, but this tea is best either cold or hot, and since we have not heard of this tea much, here is what you need to know about this tea.
- Barley tea is an infusion of roasted barley kernels in water.
- It’s caffeine-free.
14: Korean Citron Yuzu Tea is a herbal made with citrus fruit and it’s perfect for the colder months so this tea should be made during like winter.
15: Roasted Corn Tea is A mild, light drink, corn tea can be made hot or cold using roasted corn kernels. Click here for a great recipe that is so easy to follow.
Whew! That sure was a lot of typing about all of this post! But hey, you now know 15 Healthy Herbal Teas to try whenever you want! 😉
If you’re looking for something to bake with these teas. Check this recipe out, and please stop by tea jubilee for more great ideas for your tea life and some goodies that will be coming soon 🙂 Keep your eyes open for them! You won’t want to miss out on the best deals on teas you can brew right at home!
Leave a comment about what your tea is the best and if you made it I would love to hear what your favorite tea is, I love to hear stories on why you like tea as well.
Here’s to the love of our wonderful tea life!