Lemongrass Ginger Herbal Tea in Loose Leaf

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About Lemongrass Ginger Herbal Tea in Loose Leaf

Ingredients Lemongrass, Ginger
Origin Turkey
Shelf life  24 Months
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features All Natural, No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
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Herbal tea is commonly made of natural dried leaves, petals, root or seeds of any plant which can steep in water. Herbal teas have been so popular worldwide not only because of being totally natural but also because there is no chemical used in them therefore they don’t have the side effects of chemical medicines. You can enjoy its earthy flavour and aroma along with many health benefits this herbal tea bring to the table
Grab a cup of boiled water (208°F) and let the tea to steep for 4-5 minutes, check the package for the right steep time.

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Herbal tea isn’t truly a tea because the Camellia sinensis plant doesn’t produce it (i.e. the plant used to create black, green, oolong and white teas).

Herbal tea is an infusion or a blend of several leaves, fruits, barks, roots, and flowers found in practically any edible, non-tea plant. In Europe and other areas of the world, herbal teas are known as tisanes.

Lemongrass Ginger Herbal Tea is a blend of lemongrass and ginger leaves in teabags perfect for starting the day, especially in winter.

Natural Moreish offers 100% natural Herbal teabags with no additives or preservatives. Keep this delicious and beneficial tea in an air-tight container in a dark and cool place. Storing it in the refrigerator may help you keep it fresh for a more extended period.

General Information

Lemongrass Ginger Herbal Tea is a lemongrass and ginger tea combination. Each has distinct traits and health advantages, so imagine the blend of these lovely herbs and the benefits you can get from a cup of Lemongrass Ginger herbal tea.

Lemongrass is a herb that originates in Sri Lanka and South India and is now found worldwide. The stalks of the plant are often used in Asian cooking, but lemongrass can also be brewed into tea. Inflammation is linked to several unfavourable health outcomes, including pain and heart disease. As a result, lemongrass tea may be a beneficial drink to include in your diet.

Ginger, which has an earthy flavour and a spicy kick, has been used to flavour foods and heal ailments for millennia.

Ginger is a plant native to Asia that belongs to the Zingiberoside family. Its root or stem gives flavour to various foods, but it is also an old herbal remedy for several ailments. Ginger tea could help with everything from motion sickness to cancer prevention.

Delicious Ways to Use Lemongrass Ginger Herbal Tea leave

Herbal tea leaves are typically served hot and freshly brewed or as cold tea. You can add sweeteners and milk because of the mild taste, but serving alone or with a small snack is better. The best way to thoroughly enjoy this delicate, hot tea is to take an afternoon tea break or before going to bed.

 

How to prepare and drink Herbal tea leaves?

Here are some general Herbal tea brewing guidelines to consider:

  • Use filtered water that is fresh, clean, and cold.
  •  Night Dreams Herbal tea is usually brewed in short infusions at 160 to 180 degrees.
  • Don’t let your tea get too hot! If the water is too hot, particularly for Night Dreams Herbal tea, It will release the bitterness and astringency of your tea more quickly.
  • If you don’t have a temperature-controlled electric kettle, just let your boiling water rest before pouring over your green tea blankets.
  • It depends on tea, but it is safe to bet with around 2g of leaf tea for 8 oz.
  • Cover the steep tea in the steeping vessel to maintain all the heat.
  • The majority of high-quality loose-leaf teas can be steeped many times.
  • Is it better to milk or not to milk? If you like to season your green tea, you can add milk (and even sugar). Keep in mind that the taste of Night Dreams Herbal tea is usually very light, and you can cover it by adding milk or sugar, which will also add calories.

 

Storage

Lemongrass Ginger Herbal Tea comes in a variety of packages, including whole tea leaves and tea bags.

You should consume lemongrass Ginger Herbal Tea within six to twelve months of purchase. It should also be kept in a cold, dry place, away from the sun, dampness, and scented pantry companions such as coffee or spices.

Tea absorbs the aroma of anything close, which is why we still recommend keeping your loose-leaf tea away from strong odours. This may mean that storing loose-leaf tea in a kitchen cabinet, particularly spice cabinets and pantries, is not the ideal solution.

 

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