Did you know, that herbal teas are really not true teas?
Teas such as green, black, and oolong teas are made from the leaves from the Camellia Sinensis plant; whilst Herbal tisanes are made from dried fruits, flowers, spices, or herbs; and offer a wide range of tastes and flavours. Some herbal tisanes have health-promoting properties, and some have been used as natural remedies for a variety of ailments for hundreds of years.
Most known for its calming and sedative-like effects, it is often used as a sleep aid. It is also believed to have anti-inflammatory, and liver protecting effects if consumed regularly; it may also reduce symptoms the of premenstrual syndrome.? Our exclusive Chamomile is naturally sweet and fresh like no other.
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Mint Fennel Blush (Peppermint and Fennel)
One of the most commonly used herbal tisanes around the world is Peppermint; shown to have antioxidants with antibacterial and antiviral properties; it is most beneficial for supporting the health of your digestive tract to relieve cramping, indigestion, nausea, and stomach pain. The fennel blended through is known to help soothe upper respiratory problems and helps aid in healthy digestion; helping to relieve the effects of bloating, cramps and wind.
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Lemon Zinger (Lemongrass, Ginger, and Hibiscus)
Lemongrass is often found in herbal tisanes, and is added for its calming properties; whilst Ginger helps fight inflammation and helps stimulate your immune system, although most often known for being an effective remedy for nausea. The hibiscus gives the drink a tangy flavour and hibiscus is shown to have a positive effect on blood pressure and helps in fighting oxidative stress.
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Originating from South Africa and made from the leaves of the Red Bush plant; it has been used for many years for medicinal purposes with little scientific research. It is found to have high levels of Vitamin C, as well as other minerals with one study showing that Rooibos may benefit bone health by stimulating cells that are involved in bone growth and density; with evidence that it may help prevent heart disease and help elevate skin concerns such as eczema when consumed regularly.
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READ MORE: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/10-herbal-teas#section11