A variety of herbs by themselves or combined with black tea.
*Rosemary: Is widely considered a main pillar of various international cuisines, also, Rosemary has traditionally been used to help treat mouth ulcers, headaches, asthma, and skin disorders.
*Sage: This tea is made solely from sage leaves. Sage has traditionally been used as a for colic and stomach aches, high blood sugar, and oral infections
*Sage with Black Tea: This tea is made from sage leaves and black tea.
*Thyme: This tea is made solely from thyme leaves. Thyme is widely used by the locals to treat respiratory infections and to flavor many Arabic dishes.
*Verbena with Black Tea. This tea is made with Verbena and black tea leaves.
*Verbena leaves: This tea is made solely with Verbena leaves. Verbena has digestive properties.
*Artimesia Tea: has been used traditionally to help with digestive issues and to boost the immune system. Artmesia tea should be used with caution as it may increase the risk of bleeding and may interact with certain medications that can increase this risk, including:
-acetylsalicylic acid (ASA)
-anticoagulant medications (e.g., warfarin, heparin)
-anti-platelet medications (e.g., clopidogrel)
-nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs; e.g.,
*Do not use artmesia if you are allergic to the Asteraceae or Compositae family of plants, which includes ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies, and chamomile, allergic to birch, cabbage, grass, hazelnut, olive pollen, honey, mustard, royal jelly, sweet bell pepper pollen, tobacco, and sunflower allergic to kiwi, peach, mango, apple, celery, and carrots. Not recommended for anyone under 18 years of age, pregnant or breast-feeding.
*Germander Tea has traditionally been used to treat a variety of conditions from stomach issues to infections. This herb should be taken in very small amounts and should not be taken by women who are pregnant or breast feeding. It can adversely affect the liver as well.
*Lemon Tea has a variety of benefits such as boosting the immune system.
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