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Herbal teas and botanical infusions (sometimes called tisanes) can provide a variety of health benefits. Different types of herbal teas have different properties like antioxidant, tonic, sedative, stimulant, and calmative. Herbal teas are one of the easiest, cheapest, and fastest ways to use natural herbs. Place herb into a reuseable teabag, use a tea ball strainer, or brew one huge pot. If you have further questions, use the contact form below to contact us. 

Common Questions about Herbal Teas and Infusions
Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about botanical teas and herbal infusions. If your question is not answered, please contact us using the form at the bottom of the page. 

What are the differences between herbal teas and infusions?
Botanical infusions are steeped much longer than normal teas and with an increased quantity of natural herbs. They are sort of like super-teas and are also quite easy to make. The quantity of minerals and herbs found in herbal infusions can be many times greater than in normal teas.

When should I use an herbal infusion instead of herbal tea?
In general, people who are ill use herbal infusions instead of teas in order to get extra herb content, vitamins, and minerals to beat their cold, flu, or other illness. However, there are many people drink herbal infusions every day with few (if any) adverse effects. 

 

How to Brew Herbal Teas
Check out our How to Brew a Flawless Cup of Tea page to see our suggestions on how to brew herbal teas.

How to Brew Infusions
Information coming soon!

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