Tea Session in Nature

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Ginseng has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. This slow-growing, short plant with fleshy roots can be classified three ways, depending on how long it is grown: fresh, white or red.Fresh ginseng is harvested before 4 years, while white ginseng is harvested between

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Echinacea is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family and a common ingredient in cold remedies. These plants are also called coneflowers. The petals may be pink or purple, depending on the species, and they surround a seed head, or cone, that is

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Rosehip tea is an herbal tea made from the pseudo-fruits of the rose plant. It has a delicate, floral flavour that’s slightly sweet with a distinct tart aftertaste. Found just below the rose petals, rose hips are small, round, and typically red or orange. There

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Hibiscus has a tart flavour similar to that of cranberries and can be enjoyed both hot and cold. There are several hundred species of hibiscus varying by the location and climate they grow in, but Hibiscus sabdariffa is most commonly used to make hibiscus tea.

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Lemongrass tea

Lemongrass is a herb that is native to Sri Lanka and South India but now grows in many countries around the world. The plant’s stalks are a common ingredient in Asian cooking, but it is also possible to brew lemongrass to make tea. Health benefits

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Lemon Balm

Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is a lemon-scented herb that comes from the same family as mint. Lemon balm has traditionally been used to improve mood and cognitive function, but the potential benefits don’t stop there. Below are some of its possible healing powers: It can

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