Active Herb Tea
There is a common misconception that dried herbs are often inferior to fresh herbs.
The reality is that dried herbs are different from fresh ones, especially the Active Herbs range which are rich with healing properties and use for healing or correcting health conditions. When the herbs are dried correctly, the moisture content is greatly reduced, and the volatile oils that give these herbs their flavors and efficacy are now concentrated and remain stable when exposed to the heat for herbal tea infusion.
Aside from the pleasure it provides, herb tea is also an important medicinal preparation. Each plant offers its own healing properties and different parts of the plant may be used to make an infusion. The root, bark, stem, leaf, flower, and seed offer a unique flavor or medicinal quality to your tea.
From refreshing to soothing and healing, herb teas can be as simple as an all-natural "pick-me-ups" or great to completely relax the mind and body. Herb teas are naturally caffeine free and are suitable for drinking at any time of the day. Most are suitable during all stages of life too – from the youth to the wise seniors.
Drinking herb infused tea is also a wonderful way to support our body through detoxification. You can make tea hot or cold and squeeze in the juice of an astringent fruit such as grapefruit, lemon or lime to refresh and revitalize your cells. To make herb infused tea, let it steep for at least 5-7 minutes, and then consume or make into iced tea.
Check out the 10 of the best reasons to include herb tea in your daily diet. Make sure to drink at least a 2-3 cups a day to experience the most of all these wonderful benefits.
Soothes a Cold or Flu, Sinus Infection and Respiratory Congestion
Herb teas are great for treating nose congestion as it possesses decongestant properties. This helps clear nasal passages, reduce a heavy cough, and may even reduce asthma symptoms. Top choices: Sinus Relief Tea, Lemon Balm, Thyme, Sage, Peppermint.
We all need Anti-Aging
Because herb teas are so rich in antioxidants, they are effective anti-aging agents. Antioxidants prevent free radical damage and reduce cell aging. Top choices: iGrow, Gotu Kola, Siberian Ginseng, Thyme.
People who regularly suffer from nausea and vomiting will find herb teas to be quite beneficial. It provides almost instant relief from nausea. They are also suitable for pregnant women. Top choices: iGrow, Chamomile Roman, Ginger roots, Peppermint.
When you need a Stress Buster/ Antidepressant
Herb tea has a comforting effect, which helps reduce stress levels as well as acting as natural antidepressants. It may even help people suffering from insomnia and other anxiety-related conditions. Top stress relievers: iBreeze, Lemon Balm, Siberian Ginseng, Lemon Balm, Rosemary, Chamomile Roman.
Improves Digestion, Fat buster
A happy side effect of herb tea is their ability to improve digestion. They help in the breakdown of fats in your digestive tract and facilitate fast waste removal. They also help relieve constipation and other digestive problems. Top choices: iSlim, Hawthorn Berries, Sweet Orange Peel, Lemon Balm, Thyme.
A Blood Sugar Regulator
Diabetic patients who are not dependent on insulin have noticed significant improvements when they consumed certain types of herb tea. Top choices: iSlim, Minus3, Gymnema, Rosemary, Ginger Root, Siberian Ginseng.
Because of its nutrient density, people have found relief from inflammation when they regularly consumed caffeine free herb tea. It also provides relief from rheumatic aches. Top choices: iGrow, Thyme, Chamomile Roman, Peppermint.
Enhanced Our Kidney’s Health
Herb tea has a detoxifying effect on the body, and hence, can help to effectively flush the kidneys. This removes toxins and improves kidney functioning. Top choices: iGrow, Nettle Leaf.
Lowered Blood Pressure & Improve Heart’s Health
High blood pressure is a major problem for a lot of people and it can negatively affect the heart and kidneys and cause cardiovascular complications. Herb tea can help deter these diseases naturally. Most herb teas have little to no caffeine. Instead, they are packed with phenols and flavonoids that are powerful antioxidants. Top choices: Minus3, iSlim, Hawthorn Berries, Hibiscus, Nettle Leaf, Chamomile Roman.