Technically speaking blends of herbs cannot be referred to as 'teas' if they do not contain any tea leaves, (i.e.Camellia Sinensis). However, often the word tea is used when describing herbal infusions so of course Herbal Tea Blends is a recognised description. There are no limits to the varieties of herbs used when creating herbal blends, but often herbal infusions are created to promote specific health benefits and well being.
Chamomile and Peppermint Tea
Chamomile and Peppermint teas are highly regarded because of the fabulous remedial properties they boast. They are also many tea lovers' drinks of choice for their unique flavours. Chamomile tea is famous for its relaxing properties. Ending the day with a Chamomile tea is a great way of winding down and preparing for a good night's sleep. This tasty herbal infusion helps you find the calm you need to approach each day feeling refreshed. Peppermint tea is known for its healing properties in aiding digestion. Minty infusions are incredibly refreshing and invigorating and they can be taken at the beginning and the end of the day to really positive effect. Together, Chamomile and Peppermint teas have the power to contribute to both your physical and your emotional wellbeing by keeping your body and mind healthy and happy. The fact that they both taste great is another very welcome advantage.