herb tea


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Related to herb tea: black tea, tisane
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Noun1.herb tea - tea-like drink made of leaves of various herbsherb tea - tea-like drink made of leaves of various herbs
tea - a beverage made by steeping tea leaves in water; "iced tea is a cooling drink"
tisane - infusion of e.g. dried or fresh flowers or leaves
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Many skin conditions respond to yarrow oil or the fresh herb tea.
When one son wanted to make herb tea and the other wanted to make popsicles, they struck a deal.
49 For 35 cals you get eight vitamins and minerals at 100% of your recommended daily allowance in a mix of fruit juice and herb tea.
Avoid alcohol and caffeine in the evening, and consider a warm milky drink or a herb tea such as camomile before bed.
I'm not talking about herb tea or green tea, but black tea--like the English drink every mid-afternoon.
Drinking cold sage tea or using a sage tincture will reduce sweating, as will Cleavers Herb Tea or tincture.
Years ago, a local homesteader gave me wild herb tea to drink.
As well as the tea pot and lemon verbena plant, the gift set comes with a packet of mint seeds - which when grown can also make a zesty herb tea - a metal plant label and instructions on how to grow the seeds, as well as a booklet that contains other herb tea recipes (pounds 24.
As well as the tea pot and lemon verbena plant, the gift set comes with a packet of mint seeds, which when grown can also make a zesty herb tea, a metal plant label and instructions on how to grow the seeds, as well as a booklet that contains other herb tea recipes.
GREEK HONEY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS To calm coughs and soothe scratchy sore throats, take a teaspoon at a time as needed, or dissolve a teaspoon of honey in a cup of herb tea.
He said his diet and intake of herb tea "seemed to make a big difference to my ability to stay awake and remain functional".
Thyme - Can clear congestion, add it to your cooking or throw some sprigs into a cup of hot water or herb tea.