Herbal teas come in a variety of ways: calming, toning, relaxing, warming, and fortifying. Each of them has a peculiar, individual taste and smell. The beauty of using herbal teas is the variety of preparation options.
Herbal teas are conventionally divided into vitamin and medicinal. Vitamin teas are allowed and recommended to be drunk every day. Medicinal - used according to indications, as an additive after consultation with a doctor.
In the morning, it is best to pamper yourself with a tonic herbal infusion. It can include lemongrass, angelica, lovage, ginseng.
In the evening, it is good to use soothing teas that include mint, lemon balm, valerian, chamomile, and cherries.
In winter, teas are good for drinking, which increase immunity and supply the body with vitamins. They may contain raspberries, currants, sea buckthorn, rose hips, mountain ash.
Cold refreshing herbal teas are especially popular in summer. They are best brewed with fresh raw materials. Moreover, the season allows you to make any tea.
Now let's take a closer look at what herbs can replace ordinary long tea. the health benefits will be much greater.