Herbal Teas

Herbal tea, also known as tisane, is made from an infusion of herbs or spices in hot water. Unlike teas from the camellia sinesis plant, called true teas, herbal teas are naturally caffeine free. That, combined with their multitude of other benefits makes tisane a healthy beverage. We supply an assortment of herbal teas in boxes of 25 tea bags each. You can enjoy the soothing effects of Chamomile or Sage, savor a cup of Thyme or Anise to treat coughs, control blood pressure with Hibiscus or get refreshed with Mint. Tisanes are made of herbs, fruits, seeds or roots that are steeped in hot water. They have varying merits that have been put into use for many centuries. Drinking two or more cups a day provides a whole host of health benefits to the drinker.


Sage is one of the most popular tisane that hails from Southern Europe. It has been applied in traditional medicine for centuries as a stimulant, expectorant and for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Sage tea is also a great appetite enhancer.

Its antioxidant properties can help alleviate signs of early aging by increasing skin elasticity. Sage helps reduce glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetes. It also has a mood lifting effect that can help deal with depression.

It is often used to treat an array of ailments such as headaches, sore throats and indigestion. For many centuries Sage has been rumored to have properties that aid in preventing memory loss, and while those effects have been confirmed, new researches are recently been undertaken to find treatments for Alzheimer’s disease using Sage as part of the medicine.




Pimpinella anisum, also known as aniseed, was such a prized item for the Romans and the Greeks in olden days that they often used it to pay their taxes. The plant grows in warm climatic conditions and is known to have carminative and expectorant properties.

Drinking aniseed tea is great for clearing out airways and eliminating mucus and fluid from the lungs. It flushes toxins from the body and the thymol and eugenol in aniseed can help reduce anxiety and have a relaxing effect.

Anise is also known to have estrogenic effects that can help women.


Drinking two to three cups of hibiscus tea a day has been known to help reduce blood pressure and control cholesterol levels. It is especially beneficial for diabetics. Its antioxidant properties can aid in reducing and preventing signs of aging such as smoothing out wrinkles and improving skin elasticity. Hibiscus helps boost the immune system, thereby fighting colds and coughs. The strong antioxidant properties of polyphenols in hibiscus tisane are very beneficial for preventing cancer cells from growing. The flavor of hibiscus has also made it a popular choice of herbal tea.


Mint has one of the highest antioxidant properties of any food. Perhaps that is why it has been used to treat a variety of ailments throughout history. It can help soothe upset stomachs and relieve heartburn. The menthol helps relieve coughing. Mint is also naturally cool and refreshing, which is why it is great to help boost mental performance and alertness, and even prevent bad breath. To add a little zest to your cup of mint tea you can try putting in a few drops of lemon juice or a thin slice of lemon into your tea.


Chamomile is a tisane known for its gentle, calming effects and is made from dried chamomile flowers. Popularly known as the night-time tea, chamomile is used to help ease insomnia and boost the immune system. It can be used to soothe upset stomachs and its antioxidant properties help fight inflammation, aid against chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure and prevent complications from diabetes such as loss of vision and kidney damage. But the main effect that chamomile tea is known for is perhaps its ability to help relieve stress. By preventing insomnia, chamomile helps the mind deal with anxiety and depression. Drink a few cups of chamomile a day and you’ll find yourself in better spirits.

Moringa Tea

Moringa leaf boosts your energy in a natural manner, and is a remarkable source of nutrition. This energy promotion does not happen because of sugar, so it is lasts for a long time. Individuals ingesting it say that their ulcers are healed, tumors restricted, there are reduction in the arthritis pains and inflammations, controlled blood pressure, the skin problems are healed, and finally they have stronger defenses against diseases. Another property of the Moringa leaf is its soothing ability, because of which it can lower the blood pressure and promotes good sleep. It can also purify water since it has a detoxifying effect. Also a coagulant agent, Moringa can attach itself to hazardous bacteria and other materials, a process that is surmised to occur in the body too. The happy outcome is more sustained energy without any over-activity, balanced hormone and gland system, controlled blood pressure, and a rested nervous system. Organic nutrients include carbohydrates, proteins or  amino acids,  lipids, and  vitamins.Inorganic nutrients includeminerals.  Water is sometimes included in a listing of nutrients. Vitamin A    acts as a shield against eye disease, skin disease, heart ailments, diarrhea, and many other ailments.   Vitamin C   fights a host of illnesses including colds and the flu while supporting the cardiovascular system.   Calcium   is necessary in building strong bones and teeth, plus it helps prevent osteoporosis.


Thymus vulgaris, commonly known as Thyme is a herbal remedy that has been used to treat a host of ailments over the centuries. The Romans have also been known to use it to treat melancholy. Thyme is rich in volatile oils, minerals and beneficial phenols and flavonoids. Its antioxidant properties and carminative effects provide many benefits such as relief from indigestion. Drinking a cup of thyme tea can also help soothe coughs and treat bronchitis. To fully benefit from all the merits of thyme, drink a cup of thyme tea about three to four times a day.

Preparing Tisane

Like true teas, herbal teas can be served both hot and cold. To prepare the perfect cup of herbal tea you need to pick out the right herb depending on what you want from it. Chamomile is relaxing and thyme is uplifting, make sure you have the right herb. Start with boiling some water. It doesn’t matter what the water is boiled in, but kettles are usually faster. Place your tea bag in the cup and pour the hot water into it. Steeping herbal tea is very important, you don’t want the steam to escape and take all the helping essential oils with it, so cover the cup with something. Let it steep for about 10 minutes. Then just squeeze out any excess water in the tea bag with a spoon, add your sweetener of choice, honey is always a great option, and your tea is all ready.