An infused beverage made with plants other than Camellia sinensis.
herbal teas, i.e. teas produced from the leaves of plants other than the tea plant.
infusion of e.g. dried or fresh flowers or leaves
an herbal beverage without the addition of tea leaves
an herbal infusion, usually made by steeping plant parts in boiling water
Dried herbs or fruits are infused in water and often called "Herbal Tea". Because Tea leaves from the Camellia Sinensis plant are not used, these beverages often do not contain caffeine.
Means a herbal tea in Europe. It has come to mean any drink made by infusing parts of an herb or a plant with boiling water. For thousands of years, herbs have been appreciated for their curative powers as an elixir and tonic. Mint, chamomile, ginseng, and rose hips are some of the more familiar plants used in making herbal teas in Europe.
teas produced from the leaves of plants other than the tea plant, herbal tea.
A tea, regardless of the method used to make it.
an herbal infusion drunk as a beverage or for its mildly medicinal effect.
Herbal tea, that is teas produced from the leaves of plants other than the tea plant.
The European term for herbal infusion.
A term which describes an herbal infusion.
A term used frequently in Europe referring to popular herbal infusions, such as chamomile flowers, etc., which are commonly taken as a beverage or for mildly medicinal effects.
A decoction, i.e. an extract made by boiling a substance
An infusion of fresh or dried herbs that's drunk hot. Most...
A tisane, ptisan or herbal "tea" is any herbal infusion other than from the leaves of the tea bush (Camellia sinensis). The English word "tisane" originated from the Greek word Ï€Ï„Î¹ÏƒÎ¬Î½Î· (ptisanÄ“), a drink made from pearl barley.