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||🍵Herbs for Tea🍵||

||🌱Herbal Teas🌱||..🌱Herbal teas — unlike standard teas such as green tea, oolong tea, and black tea —are not made from the tea plant known as the Camellia sinensis plant. Instead, herbal teas are derived from a variety of dried flowers, spices, herbs and fruits. Herbal teas (also called tisanes) are made from (or infused with) with spices, herbs, and other plant materials. Unlike other types of tea, tisanes are not made with tea leaves. Europeans use the word tisane to describe herbal teas, which is slightly more precise because herbal tea is an infusion or blend of leaves, fruits, bark, roots, or flowers of almost any edible tea plant, which is then extracted in hot water..🌱If you have a stuffy nose, scratchy throat, or a heavy cough, drinking herbal tea can provide relief. You can sip on a tea made from the elder tree herb, and it might be one of the most efficient ways to decongest your chest and clear your nasal passages. Some studies even link herbal tea to reducing similar symptoms associated with asthma. Thyme tea contains oil known as thymol, which can help relax a cough, combat bronchitis, and fight against other infections..🌱Most herbal teas, no matter what they derive from, are rich in antioxidants. These antioxidants prevent damage from free radicals in the environment that cause harm to our skin and body. Herbal teas are considered effective anti-aging agents because they slow down the aging process of your cells..🌱Herbal tea can help break down fats in your digestive tract, which creates a faster waste removal process. If you suffer from constipation or other digestive-related issues, then you might be able to improve your digestion by drinking herbal tea. Peppermint tea is ideal for soothing stomach muscles and intestines. In turn, peppermint tea, in particular, can help calm stomach disorders and inflammatory bowel disease...-Eleva Alma Apothecary 🌱❤🌿