Our unique collection of herbal tea infusions will guarantee your natural wellness. Every cup features flavorsome notes of fruitiness, earthiness, sweetness, and fragrant aromas that create a unique infusion.
What is Herbal Tea?
Herbal tea is a beverage made from the decoction of herbs, spices, and other plant parts. Unlike true teas (black, green, and white), made from the Camellia sinensis plant leaves, herbal teas combine various herbs, fruits, roots, and other plant materials. Some examples of popular herbs and plant materials used to make herbal tea include chamomile, mint, lemon balm, and hibiscus. People consume herbal teas for their possible health benefits.
Popular Herbal Tea Health Benefits:
- Reduces stress
- Promotes relaxation
- Improves digestion
- Boosts immune system
- Improves sleep quality
- Lowers blood pressure
How is Herbal Tea Produced?
Herbal teas combine multiple herbs, spices, and other plant materials to create specific flavor profiles or enhance the tea's potential health benefits. It's important to note that when making herbal tea, the quality, and freshness of the plant material are crucial to getting the most out of it. Herbal tea production usually includes the following steps:
- Sourcing high-quality ingredients.
- Blending and formulating ingredients to create a specific flavor profile.
- Then the herbal teas are tested to ensure they meet the quality standards.
- Packaging and distribution.
The process of producing herbal tea may vary from company to company, but these are the typical steps most companies take to make quality herbal teas.
How to brew Herbal Tea?
The brewing process for herbal tea varies depending on the plant material type and the tea's desired strength. Here are some general to follow:
- Choose your herbal blend
- Measure the tea: A general guideline is to use about one teaspoon of loose herbs for every 8 ounces of water.
- Boil the water to about 212℉ (100°C)
- Add the tea to the water and allow it to steep for 5 minutes.
- Strain the tea and enjoy.
- You can sweeten it if you like, with honey or sugar.