Top Five Herbal Teas

Herbal Teas are quickly becoming the tea of choice to many tea drinkers, as a multitude of new and unique herbal blends are becoming available. With all the new options, what is the difference, and why should I drink one over the other ? A benefit with herbal teas is that not only will the tastes vary, but so too will the herbal benefits.

Below are my top 5 Herbal Teas.

Lemongrass – Lemongrass is a very popular herbal tea with a refreshing Lemon taste and aroma. Though Herbal Teas are caffeine free, Lemongrass still provides an uplifting feeling due to its light and refreshing taste. Both hot and iced, Lemongrass tea is a popular herbal beverage in Day Spas due its cleansing properties. While fully hydrating the body, Lemongrass helps to rid your body of toxins that harm everything in our body, inside and out.

Bael Fruit – Though not a common herbal tea, Bael Fruit is one of the best. A light and refreshing tea, this herbal beverage is especially good iced. The taste is hard to describe, as it is a taste unique to itself, though it is light and smooth. Herbal Remedies associated with Bael Fruit are helping to make one mentally alert. Bael Fruit makes an excellent, sugar free, drink for children as well as adults. More info on Bael Fruit.

Mulberry – Well known in Thailand, Mulberry tea is an herbal beverage with many remedies associated with it; most significantly helping to lower cholesterol. Also popular, is allergy relief provided by this herbal beverage. The list continues with benefits to both hair and eyes. The taste of Mulberry is sweet, and considered by some to taste like sea weed (a taste very popular in Asian Cultures).

Pandan – Very popular in Thailand, and only now beginning to make its way to the western world, Pandan is an herbal tea with a sweetly toasted taste. Herbal Remedies associated with Pandan include most significantly lowering of blood sugar and blood pressure. In addition to this are benefits to heart and kidney functions.

Wild Flower – This unique Herbal blend is from a company making a range of new herbal teas highly accessible, Sabaidi Tea Co., Ltd. Wild Flower contains, Chrysanthemum, Lemongrass, and Mulberry. In addition to the benefits associated with Lemongrass and Mulberry, such as removing your body of toxins, lowering cholesterol, and allergy relief, Wild Flower can also help lower blood pressure as an herbal remedy associated with Chrysanthemum.

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