Health benefits of herbal teas
The Health benefits of herbal teas
There are a variety of alternatives to everyday tea and coffee. Many people are now turning to these alternatives to avoid the ingredient caffeine.
Although caffeine in moderate amounts is not harmful, excessive consumption has been linked to health conditions that include heart disorders, cystic breast disease and high blood pressure.
Herb teas are made from leaves, flowers, roots, bark and seeds; singularly or in different combinations. Spices are sometimes added for extra zing and medicinal value.
Healtheries herbal teas and introducing Rooibus Teas
Healtheries tea bags have an attached jiggler for easy use. Each serving is naturally dried and wrapped in teabag paper prepared in a dioxin-free oxygen process.
Thread.co.nzs tips for tea:
Put Healtheries Chamomile tea bags when cold after use, on the eyelids when youre doing a face mask, for a soothing herbal treat.
Add a teaspoon of flavoured honey to plain Rooibus tea- my fave is cinnamon honey from the Honey Shop on Aucklands highway to Warkworth. Also, Rooibus teas come in honey and vanilla flavours.
Serve vanilla tea cold in a glass with ice blocks for a refreshing drink. Even better tasting than it sounds, Mmmm.
Are you putting the kettle on? Id love a cup, thanks!