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Try These Herbal Teas to Help Support Your Health and Wellness

There are hundreds of types of herbal tea sourced from across the globe, and its tradition spans centuries. Some refer to herbal teas as any tea not produced from the leaves of the camellia sinensis plant, which produces caffeinated black tea, white tea, green tea and others. Because of this, the term herbal tea has become synonymous with caffeine-free tea, though several herbal teas do contain caffeine. Technically, herbal teas are infusions, or tisanes, and some woodier parts of plants are even prepared in something called a “decoction.” Regardless of what you call them, herbal teas have been popular since ancient times. Many teas have an immediate and noticeable impact. For example, the relaxation brought on by the heat from a warm cup of tea, or the soothing effects peppermint menthol may have on a sore throat.

-"Herbal Tea to Help You Relax and Unwind"


A hot cup of herbal tea is well suited to help you relax and unwind, and several blends include ingredients intended for that purpose. Camomile tea, for example, is one of the most popular bedtime teas. Most commonly, camomile is used to aid in relaxation and promote restful sleep. Because camomile tea is naturally caffeine free, it’s ideal for sipping before bed each night as part of your winding down ritual. Older Post Newer Post


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