Herbal tea or tisanes are herbal infusions made from plant parts such as, the leaves, stems, and flower.
Herbal infusions and tisanes have many wonderful properties just like loose leaf tea. It can help you unwind, boosts your immune system, reduce pain and soreness. Some can help prevent chronic diseases, stimulate brain function, and help reduce anxiety by relaxing your body and mind.
Rooibos, (Red tea, Red Bush tea), a naturally non-caffeinated herbal tea, contains several natural components (bioflavonoids such as rutin and quercetin) that block the release of histamines - an important factor in allergic reactions. Regular consumption of rooibos
Chamomile, made from dried chamomile flowers, provides a calming effect and is often used as a natural sleep-aid. Chamomile tea can reduce stress and anxiety and is naturally non-caffeinated.
Peppermint leaf tea has been used for many years to help alleviate stomach ailments and help improve digestion.
Peppermint can decrease the secretion of anti-inflammatory enzymes like histamines that are the cause of immune reactions against allergens.
Ginger tea can help alleviate nausea and morning sickness. It has also been used to help ease the nausea caused by some cancer treatments. Teas containing ginger are an excellent natural antihistamine and an herbal infusion that can help reduce inflammation of the nasal mucosa, the tissue that lines the nasal cavity.
Milk thistle tea is made from an herb with milky, white-veined leaves with many benefits. It can protect the liver, stimulate breast milk production, and help with managing diabetes.
Rose Hip tea contains high levels of antioxidants. It may boost your immune system, aid in weight loss, reduce joint pain from arthritis, support healthy-looking skin, and it may protect against heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
Hibiscus tea can lower your blood pressure, cholesterol, and fight inflammation. It can improve liver health, starve off cravings for unhealthy sweets, and may help prevent the formation of kidney stones.
During allergy season, minimize pollen contact by avoiding drying clothes and bedding outside. Before 9am, open your windows because the early morning dew prevents allergens from floating into the air. End your day with a fresh shower to remove the allergens stuck to your hair and skin.
If you are experiencing a certain level of stress, medical evidence has shown that herbal infusions provide easy, cost-effective ways to relieve stress. Visit our Herbal & Wellness collection and enjoy the benefits.