Friday, June 8, 2018

Herbal tea

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Herbal tea is the name for a herb of flowers, leaves, seeds, roots, or dried fruit to make a drink which is also called herbal tea. Although called "tea", this herb or drink contains no leaves from tea plants (Camellia sinensis).

Herbal tea is usually brewed with hot water to get a fragrant beverage. However, herbal teas from plant seeds or roots often need to be boiled first before they are filtered and ready to be served. 

Although it contains dried herbs or dried fruit, tea derived from tea leaves such as jasmine tea or Earl Gray tea is not referred to as herbal tea. The mixture of orange bergamot in Earl Gray tea or jasmine flowers into jasmine tea is intended as a fragrance to create a variation of the aroma of tea.

Herbal teas are available in cans, tea bags, or ready-to-drink herbal teas in box packs. Herbal teas are also often advertised as health drinks to cure various diseases. In addition, ingredients collected from the garden, such as hibiscus, seruni, or kamomila flowers, and fragrant leaves such as peppermint and rosemary, after dried can be mixed into herbal tea.