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Herbal teas from Tea Spitz

Discover the beneficial world of herbal tea! Immerse yourself in the variety of flavors and health benefits that herbal teas offer. Find out why herbal tea is not only a delicious drink, but also a natural support for your general well-being.

Let yourself be enchanted by the calming effect and the versatile flavors of the herbal tea!

What is herbal tea actually?

Unlike traditional tea, which comes from the leaves of the tea plant, herbal tea consists of a mixture of dried plant materials such as leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds or spices.

Because herbal tea is caffeine-free, it is perfect for people who want to avoid caffeine or are sensitive to it. In addition, herbal tea offers a variety of flavors and health benefits.

What does herbal tea taste like and what types of herbal teas are there?

Herbal tea offers a wide range of flavors, from mild and refreshing to spicy and soothing. Popular varieties include peppermint, chamomile, lavender, ginger, hibiscus and lemongrass.

Each variety has its own unique properties and can be selected according to your preferences and needs. Whether you are looking for relaxation, digestive aid or a refreshing drink, there is an herbal tea for every taste and every occasion.

Why does herbal tea have health benefits?

Herbal tea is not only delicious, but also a natural way to support your health. Many herbs contain valuable ingredients that can have a positive effect on your body. Greek Mountain Tea, for example, can have a calming effect and can help with sleep disorders or stress.

Triple C can relieve stomach discomfort and aid digestion. Golden Roots has anti-inflammatory properties and can boost immunity. The exact benefits depend on the herbal blend chosen.

How to prepare herbal tea correctly

Making herbal tea is very simple. Here are some basic steps to get the most out of your herbal tea:

1. Use fresh, filtered water and heat it to the recommended temperature, which may vary depending on the herbal tea.

2. Place a teaspoon of herbal tea or a tea bag into a cup or teapot.

3. Pour the hot water over the tea and let it steep for the indicated time. This can vary depending on the type and strength of the tea.

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