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A Guide To Making Your Own Herbal Tea Blends

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Jul 15, 2021
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There’s never a bad time for a delicious cup of tea, even if it is blazing hot outside. If you are an avid tea drinker and have run out of blends to try, you should consider making your own.

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Tea is one of the most loved beverages globally because there isn’t much about it not to like. However, some people are more enthusiastic about their tea than others, and they prefer a special tea treat.

There are plenty of lovely herbal teas on the market, but sometimes it can be hard to find the perfect blend. As a result, we’ve put together a guide to making your own herbal tea blends to enjoy at home.

What You Need

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There is no DIY project that you can complete without the correct tools, including making a tea blend. Fortunately, you will not need anything you cannot easily find in your home to make your tea.

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Before making your tea, make sure you have the following items in front of you: A mixing bowl, a scooping spoon or spatula, a scale or measurement cups, and filters, preferably reusable for better sustainability.

Tea Making Structure

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Blending herbs is not rocket science, but there usually is a structure that comes to making tea. The tea blend-making structure is great to start with, so you can make blends that suit different tastes.

Consequently, a good herbal tea blend includes flowering notes, a placeholder flavor, a fruity component, and a cooling herb. Ensuring that all of these structural notes are met results in a lovely blend.

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Add one part of a flower note to the tea, and this can be anything from rose petals to chamomile flowers. Then, they recommend adding two parts of the placeholder flavor herb, which ties everything together.

You should use one part of a fruity component after adding a placeholder like raspberry leaves or nettle. Great ones include dried rosehips or hibiscus flowers. One part of a cooling herb like mint finishes the recipe off perfectly.

Different Herbs To Use

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You can use many different herbs to make your herbal tea, so we’ve also added a guide on them. Most herbs are great for various health and wellness benefits, so it may be interesting to know for your teas.

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Peppermint is great for being alert, digestive, and body aches, while tulsi promotes a better mood. Gota kola is fantastic for balancing the brain resulting in clarity when thinking and better memory.

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Rosemary can decrease pain and is also great for memory and cognitive function. Lemon balm helps restore the nervous system, aids indigestion, acid reflux, and can even improve your mood to make you feel lighter.

Chamomile and lavender are great for relieving stress and promoting calmness, along with spearmint. Valerian is also quite calming with sedative properties, and herbs like dandelion root and milk thistle are great for the liver.

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