Herbal Tea - A Tea Without the Harm of Tea

>> Saturday, April 7, 2012


Herbal Tea is a very popuar health drink these day for thair various and health benifits and its caffeine free Properties.
Herbal tea is a herbal or plant infusion and usually not made from the leaves of the tea bush (Camellia sinensis). Like brews made of the tea bush, such infusions are prepared by combining hot water and fruits, leaves, roots or grains. The resulting drink can be served hot or cold.
Herbal teas can be made with fresh or dried flowers, leaves, seeds or roots, generally by pouring boiling water over the plant parts and letting them steep for a few minutes. Seeds and roots can also be boiled on a stove. The tisane is then strained, sweetened if so desired, and served. Many companies produce herbal tea bags for such infusions.

Antioxidant properties

Available as pure or blended samples, herbal tea is popular because of their fragrance, antioxidant properties and therapeutic applications. The antioxidant properties (AOP) of herbal teas from temperate plants of mainly Lamiaceae have been well-studied while those of tropical herbal teas are less well-studied. Recently, a comparative study showed that tropical herbal teas were more diverse in types and more variable in AOP values than temperate herbal teas. Herbal teas generally had lower antioxidant values than teas of Camellia sinensis. Exceptions were lemon myrtle, guava, and oregano teas with AOP comparable to black teas. Mint and peppermint teas had significantly stronger ferrous ion chelating ability than teas of C. sinensis.

Popularity

In Egypt, herbal teas such as karkade are very popular. They are served in ahwas.
In China, the Traditional Chinese Medicine approach is used in formulating natural herbal teas and they are very popular in enhancing health and addressing core issues within the body; e.g. formulated recipes like hawthorn plus oolong / pu-er can address the high fat level in body's bloodstream.
In Sri Lanka, herbal teas have a long history within the local tradition of indigenous medicine. Iramusu (Smilax regelii), Beli (Bael), Ranawara (Senna auriculata), Polpala (Aerva lanata), weniwel (Coscinium Fenestratum), and kothala-himbutu (Salacia Reticulata) are among the many plant species used to make herbal teas, which are used to treat a wide variety of ailments. The widely used "Paspanguwa" (translated as five-portions) is a common local remedy for colds and fever containing the five ingredients Pathpadagam (Mollugo cerviana), Katuwelbatu (Solanum Virginianum), Koththamalli (Coriander seed), Thippili (Long pepper), and Inguru (Ginger), often served with a sweetener of sugar or Jaggery. Many of these traditional teas are now available in tea-bag form for convenience
Kairali offers an herbal health tea that is caffeine free, low in tannin, and rich in anti-oxidants. It is pure and natural, containing no additives and preservatives. Famous for its calming properties, this herbal tea also has numerous health benefits. Being low in tannin it does not affects the metabolism of the body but rather increases the absorption of iron and protein. This herbal tea improves your memory, regulate your appetite and enhance your metabolism. It also aids in reducing allergies and lowering your cholesterol. This incredible tea also strengthens your bones and teeth and soothes irritated skin.
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Ayurvedic treatments April 16, 2012 at 1:25 PM  

Herbal Tea is really good for health. great information.

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