Decaffeinated Tea Recipes

Herbal teas are a great alternative to store-bought options. Enriched with minerals, making them is elementary, as you only need a couple of ingredients for a magically tasty and healthy tea. Consider recommended as a basis: Produced from the leaves of a shrub that grows in South Africa. Rooibos has been credited with many health benefits, such as lowering high blood pressure and relieving stomach pain. It is also rich in antioxidants and minerals. As a rule, it is fermented after harvest, which gives the leaves a red color. Also native to South Africa, the honeybush gets its name from the scent of its flowers. The taste of this tea is similar to rooibos, but somewhat sweeter. Often used as a coffee substitute. Recent studies have revealed the property of chicory to reduce cholesterol levels and increase the absorption of calcium by the body, which prevents the development of osteoporosis. As a rule, loose teas are more preferable than ready-made tea bags. The loose version is more convenient in choosing the required proportion, in addition, its quality is considered to be higher compared to tea bags. Below are a few specific herbal tea recipes, all designed to be diluted in one liter of boiling water.                                                               Tea with apple pie flavor 1 tbsp loose honeybush 2 cinnamon sticks 3 tbsp. apple slices Ginger tea 1 tbsp green rooibos A few slices of thinly sliced ​​ginger 1 tsp. dry rosemary Tea “Detox” 2 tsp dried dandelion root slices 1 tsp. dry basil ¼ tsp cloves ¼ tsp roasted chicory root Spicy fruit tea 1 tbsp loose rooibos ½ tsp roasted chicory root 1 tbsp. pieces of fruit, such as raisins, cranberries, plums or apricots

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