Eucalyptus Tea: More Than Koala Food Source

Eucalyptus tea is comes from the pungent lance-shaped grey and green leaves of eucalyptus trees and eucalyptus shrubs. At times, even the eucalyptus bark is added to the tea mix as well. Eucalyptus plants, with over 700 species, are native to subtropical countries around the world, which among others include Australia, Tasmania, Indonesia and the … More Eucalyptus Tea: More Than Koala Food Source

A Brimful Of Nutrients: Looking Into Chaga Tea

Dubbed to be the “King of Mushrooms”, chaga is a very exquisite commodity as far as tea ingredients go. Tea prepared from chaga mushroom is distinctively known for its smooth, rich flavor that soothes the senses of any tea drinker on the planet. Chaga has a naturally mild flavor. For better taste, it might be … More A Brimful Of Nutrients: Looking Into Chaga Tea

Bilberry Tea And The Fight Against Free Radicals

With a distinct herbal taste that soothes and relaxes the senses, bilberry tea is a quite a popular brew enjoyed by tea drinkers, often with a splash of lemon or honey, in countries around the globe. There are also quite a number of people who are drinking organic bilberry tea for weight loss The bilberry … More Bilberry Tea And The Fight Against Free Radicals

Thyme: The Ancient Herb that Makes the Best Herbal Tea

Thymus vulgaris has been widely used in the ancient times for culinary and medical purposes as it greatly helped women giving sprigs of thyme to brave knights facing death in the battle field. Initially, thyme was added in a solution used for embalming in the ancient Egypt times while ancient Greece period used it for … More Thyme: The Ancient Herb that Makes the Best Herbal Tea

Red Clover Tea: Phytoestrogens, Fertility, and Menopause

Red clover, scientific name Trifolium pretense, is a well-grown “weed” first brought to North America by European colonizers. Today, red clover grows just about everywhere— from fields, to roadsides, and backyard. Red clover thrives most prominently from the month May until September. A perennial herb in the pea family, red clover physically consists of a … More Red Clover Tea: Phytoestrogens, Fertility, and Menopause

Harvesting and Brewing Stinging Nettles

For centuries, stinging nettles have been brewed into medicinal tea that naturally contains profuse amounts of biologically active compounds that improves general health. (Photo Credits) For most people, being stung by a nettle is an experience that’s quite difficult to forget. Much of the difficulty springs from the burning sensation, the hives, and the blisters … More Harvesting and Brewing Stinging Nettles

Licorice Tea: Beverage Reserved For Royalty

The olden kings of ancient Egypt valued licorice root for its delightful sweet flavour, not to mention its restorative properties. (Photo Credits) Arguably the most unappreciated tea, licorice tea was once a beverage reserved only for royalty. The olden kings of ancient Egypt valued licorice root for its delightful sweet flavour, not to mention its … More Licorice Tea: Beverage Reserved For Royalty