Strictly speaking, these types of beverages should not be called “tea”, as Chinese word “tea” has a direct meaning of a beverage made of the leaves of particular plant – “Camellia Sinensis”.Basically herbal infusions refer to “tea” for the preparation process that is absolutely identical to preparation of Camellia Sinensis tea. More properly herbal beverages should carry “tisane” name like any beverage made from the infusion or decoction of herbs, spices, or other plant material in hot water.In most cases tisanes do not contain caffeine. Out of big variety of herbal tisanes there are few that contain caffeine; Yerba mate arguably being the most commonly used among them.
Like beverages made from Camellia Sinensis, herbal teas can be served hot or cold. By its effect on human body tisanes may be relaxing, soothing, invigorating, improving, or may have direct medicinal effect such as antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, blood clotting, wound healing, headache reliving etc.
Tealand offers wide range of tisanes or “herbal teas” covering all the above mentioned impacts and effects on human body.
Blue Herbal Tea (Butterfly Pea Tree flower)
•Nourishes and strengthens hair and hair roots
•Prevents skin bruising and keeps skin healthy
•Helps in urinary dysfunction
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