Guide to popular herbal teas

 

Last updated 1/10/2020 at 7:33pm

FALLBROOK – Tea is a healthy beverage. Black, green and oolong teas get their fair share of health-boosting attention, but a grouping of teas, which technically are not true teas at all, also can be a boon to the body.

Consumption of herbal teas predates consumption of Chinese black tea. Since they do not contain leaves of the camellia sinensis, the tea plant, herbal teas really aren’t tea but have been given the tea moniker because they are often steeped in a manner similar to tea.

Herbal teas are made from herbs as well as dried fruits, flowers and spices. The health and wellness info...



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