The HomeGrown Herbalist Tea-Licious Health Tea Kit
Herbal Teas have a long and celebrated history of being delicious, and supporting various aches and ailments!
We think it’s about time Herbal Teas went mainstream, so we’ve thrown together this Tea-Licious Healthy Tea Kit that’ll help you through this winter!
This Kit Contains Four Flavors of HomeGrown Herbal Teas:
Tummy Tea (1oz Cut and Sifted Tea)
Nourishing Roots (1oz Cut and Sifted Tea)
Cold Day Boost (1oz Cut and Sifted Tea)
Wheeze Wacker (1oz Cut and Sifted Tea)
Cayenne Tincture 10ml for the Wheeze Whacker, to REALLY clear ya out
As a Bonus, We’ll Also Include a HomeGrown Herbalist Tea Infuser (Color may vary)
PLUS a HomeGrown Herbalist Tea Stirring Spoon!
What Do We Mean by Tea?
When most people think of “tea” they think of black tea or green tea prepared with leaves and shoots of the Camellia sinensis plant. Herbal Teas, however, can be an infusion or blend of various leaves, fruits, bark, roots, or flowers from any number of thousands of species of delicious or healthful plants. At our Core, we are an Herb Company and we LOVE HERBAL TEAS!
Benefits of Herbal Tea Over Traditional Tea
- Herbal teas can showcase countless examples of fragrances, flavors, and health benefits.
- Everything in excess is bad – even caffeine. One of the great benefits of herbal tea is that almost all of them are Caffeine Free! By switching from a Green or Black Tea to an Herbal Tea, you will be one step closer to a more balanced life.
- Many Herbal Teas are Infused with plants that host a myriad of Medicinal Benefits! Who says you can’t have fun and feel good doing it!
How do you make good tea?
Weigh the amount of tea to be used, the ratio is 1 gram of tea for every 70 or 80 ml of water.
Place the leaves or the teabag in the cup or teapot.
Add the hot water to the leaves or tea bag at the appropriate temperature for the type of tea to be prepared.
Let the leaves or tea bag stand for the appropriate time for that type of tea and then remove the leaves from contact with water to avoid over-infusing the tea.
Common Mistakes when preparing a cup of tea
Adding too little tea to the amount of water to be prepared.
Leaving the tea in contact with water for too long, which will give us a more bitter infusion.
Thinking that we can give more flavor by leaving the leaves to infuse for a longer time in warmer water, we will only have more bitterness and dryness in the mouth.
Adding water that is too hot
Are there correct ways to drink tea?
A pure traditionalist would say to never add anything to the tea and never drink it with a large meal. Yeah…pure traditionalists are pretty boring.
We say drink your tea any way you like. Add a little stevia, sugar, honey, or agave to sweeten it. Put in a splash of milk or cream to make it rich and luxurious. Drink it hot. Drink it cold. Heck, make popsicles if you like!
Teas are wonderful no matter how you drink them. Make it as fun or traditional as you want.