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Herbal tea

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Herbal Tea

Refers to any beverage made from herbs, spices, roots, leaves, flowers, bark, seeds, fruits, or other plant parts. It is often consumed hot or cold, sweetened or unsweetened, and sometimes mixed with fruit juice or milk.

The History of Herbal Tea

Herbal teas were first recorded in ancient China, where they were used as medicine. In Europe, herbal tea was also used as a medicinal drink. During the Middle Ages, people began using herbal teas as a recreational drink.

Why People Drink Herbal Teas
Herbal tea made by steeping herbs in hot water. It contains no caffeine, so it does not cause jitters or other side effects associated with coffee. Many people enjoy drinking herbal teas because it tastes better than regular tea. Others prefer herbal teas because it helps them relax after a stressful day at work.

There are several different kinds of herbal teas available. They vary in flavor, color, and ingredients. Here are some examples:
Green tea – This type of tea comes from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. Green tea served iced or chilled. Known as “cooler tea” because believed to help reduce body temperature.
Black tea – Black tea from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, but processed differently than green tea. Black tea served hot or warm.
Herbal tea blends – These blends combine multiple herbs into one drink. In brief, typically sold in bags or boxes.

Benefits of Drinking

Herbal tea is an excellent source of antioxidants. Antioxidants protect cells against damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules that cause cell damage. Antioxidants neutralize these unstable molecules.

Additionally, there are many different kinds of herbal teas available. They come in various forms such as loose leaf, bagged, and bottled. Each type has its own benefits. Loose leaf tea leaves are dried and ground a fine powder. This allows them mixed with hot water and steeped for several minutes. Lastly, bagged tea bags contain pre-measured amounts of herbs and spices. Bottled tea contains only the herb or spice.

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