Peppermint Tea

Peppermint is an herb that was first cultivated in England in 1750 as a hybrid between water mint and spearmint. Its leaves are often used to make an herbal tea known as peppermint tea or as a flavored black tea also known as peppermint tea.

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Yerba Mate Tea

Yerba mate tea is an herbal tea from South America. Unlike most other herbal teas, yerba mate tea is high in caffeine, but because of its chemical makeup, yerba mate tea is more easily tolerated by those sensitive to caffeine.

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Herbal Tea

Herbal tea is not a true tea because it does not come from Camellia sinensis, but is nonetheless an enjoyable beverage that has many health benefits.

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Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea is one of the most popular herbal teas in the world. It is renowned for its pleasant flavor and calming properties. Although famous as a sleep aid, chamomile tea also has many other health benefits.

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Red Tea

Red tea (also known as Rooibos tea) comes from a shrub which only grows in the Cape of Good Hope area of South Africa. Red tea was originally consumed as a tea-substitute during the war years when regular tea was not available. Red tea (or Rooibos) has since become a popular beverage in its own right.

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