Despite its name, herbal tea is not actually a true tea like green tea or black tea made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis. Instead, it is a mixture of seeds, leaves, spices, bark, and/or root that is steeped in water to release flavors and healing properties.
Since the ingredients are from a variety of plant sources not related to tea or coffee, herbal teas are predominately caffeine-free and offer an alternative uses. Popular herbal teas include peppermint tea for stomach relief, chamomile tea for calming and insomnia, and Rooibos, a red tea that has antioxidant properties that fight disease.
Serving size:View Calorie Breakdown
Omega-6 / Omega-3 ratio: 0 : 1
Your Body is Unique… Your Diet Should be Too!
Discover Why in Our Free Guide!