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Herbal Teas and Tisanes to Keep You Healthy Year Round

Drinking herbal tea year round can help boost your immune system, hydrate, and be an overall healthier you. Learn more about our herbal teas and tisanes and how you can incorporate them into your day.

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Chamomile tea is the ultimate in relaxation teas. This slightly sweet, citrusy-tasting tea is bright and refreshing. Not only can it help you to unwind, but it is also a good choice to help you to fall asleep.

Other potential benefits of chamomile tea include helping with lowering blood sugar, reducing inflammation, slowing osteoporosis, lessening menstrual cramps, and relieving cold symptoms.


Peppermint tea can also help with relaxation. In addition to that, the refreshing zing of peppermint is useful for digestion, reducing feelings of nausea, boosting the immune system, relieving cold symptoms, and lessening menstrual cramps. It can even help to freshen your breath.


Red rooibos tea is a unique tea you might not be familiar with. Rooibos can reduce pain; work as an anti-spasmodic; alleviate stomach cramps; reduce inflammation; treat allergies as a bronchodilator; help with weight regulation; assist with digestion, and may help reduce blood sugar levels. Rooibos may even help with heart health.

Yerba Mate

Of the herbal teas, yerba mate actually has caffeine--less than coffee but more than tea. Yerba mate is packed with antioxidants and other nutrients that have all sorts of health benefits. It can help with mental focus; can reduce fatigue; may prevent infections, help with weight regulation, boost the immune system, and regulate blood sugar.


Enjoying a cup of each of these teas is an ideal way to destress. With the speed of the times, we need to find a way to relax and unwind. Staying stressed out can really do a number on our health. It can cause headaches, digestive issues, and more. Take time for yourself and do something you enjoy--listen to music, read a book, do yoga, meditate, and enjoy a cup of tea.

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