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Where the ho yan hor herbal tea resource come from?
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What is herbal tea made out of?
Herbal tea is an herbal infusion not made from the leaves of tea bush. Here in herbal you won't find any caffeine. In addition to serving as a beverage, herbal teas are also consumed for their medicinal benefits. Basically i prefer chamomile tea which is one of the herbal tea especially for their stimulant, relaxant or seductive properties.
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What are some herbal slimming tea that is out on the market today?
Asked in Herbal Medicine, Tea
What types of teas are herbal teas?
Herbal teas are blends of herbs and plants that are brewed / steeped like tea, but do not contain the tea plant (Camellia sinensis). A few common examples of herbal teas including chamomile tea, mint tea, rooibos, or tulsi tea. Fruits and berries, and spices, are often used in herbal blends. Herbal teas are incredibly diverse, as they include all plants other than the tea plant. On a technical level, herbal teas are not true teas, as they do not contain the tea plant. But they are typically marketed (and prepared) similarly to tea.
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What were 2 popular herbal remedies in early medicine?
Asked in Caffeine
What tea has no caffeine?
If you are speaking of real tea, meaning it came from the camilla sinensis plant, there will always be some level of caffeine in the tea. Even in tea marked as decaffinated, a very low level of caffeine will still exist. However, many people commonly make the mistake of calling an herbal tisane, herbal tea. The truth is that there is no such thing as a "herbal tea" because in order to be classified as "tea" the beverage must be brewed from the leaves of camilla sinensis, which an "herbal tea" lacks. The point being that any "tea" containing camilla sinensis will contain caffeine. But if you purchase an herbal tisane or "herbal tea" as so many incorrectly call it. It will not contain caffeine.