Saturday, May 31, 2014

Non Traditional Herbal Drinks

Herbal Teas - Four Kinds Worth Brewing

In the war of the beverages, the traditional tea like the green tea has won the limelight in several areas for being the drink which is full of health benefits and that has to offer a considerable amount of antioxidants. While this happens to be true in most of the cases, let us have a look at the other brews which at times tend to go unnoticed and the benefits and the advantages that they might have for us.

What is Herbal tea?

This brew is not considered to be among the traditional tea. This is so because they are made out of the roots, barbs, leaves, seeds, flowers, stems and fruits of the plants species from where the traditional beverage is obtained. The white, oolong, green and the black leaves are all known to be originated from the species of plant known as the Camellia sinensis and is then oxidized and processed in the four main categories.

Different Types Of Herbal Tea Products

The herbals which are known as the tisanes is known to brew the different cup which in some of the cases happen to be free of caffeine and are loaded with numerous benefits related to health. Below we will have a look at the different kinds of the herbal types which you might wish to consider while brewing.

The Rooibos which is also known as the red bush in its native places happens to be one of the novel herbal and non traditional drink which has gone famous in the markets in the west. With the light nutty sweetly taste and aroma, which also contains abundant antioxidants and while offering no caffeine in the beverage, the bright red beverage may be on its way to be next favorite and is certainly a healthy competitor to the green tea.

Benefits Of Herbal Tea Products

Snapple is known to have started a whole new product line of the particular drink with the name of the red tea. The particular drink is served chilled and is also available in an assortment of flavors. For all those individuals who like it in the traditional form can brew it directly.

The subsequent beverage happens to be the olive leaves. Olive has been known for its beneficial qualities. It is also used for the purpose of frying and baking as it is known to be of great taste as well as superb qualities.

The leaves of the olive are known  to reduce and kill the free radicals that are known to cause cancer and that too at double the rate than that of the green tea. The added benefits of the olive leaves include antibacterial and antiviral properties, lowered blood pressure, digestive aid, and increased energy which is expected out of any drinks.

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