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tisane

(tĭ-zăn′, -zän′)
n.
An herbal infusion or similar preparation drunk as a beverage or for its mildly medicinal effect.

tisane

[tizān′, tizän′]
a tealike infusion or light drink of a vegetable herb consumed for a claimed medicinal effect.
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American Royal Tea[TM] was established in 2012 and believes in promoting and using only non-GMO herbs, spices, roots and flowers, and in supporting organic farmers and workers in the United States for sourcing and producing its high quality tisanes.
Similarly, tisanes (infusions of flowers, herbs, spices, or twigs) can also augment a healthy lifestyle.
84 words for AEINST or TISANE (including 52 place names, and 29 words from the OED, with some words in both categories) aienst, OED arm 3a, 1489q Aniste, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Huge international tea companies sell teas, tisanes and herbals in hip, socially conscious packages.
The economic downturn may cause many to return back to their original tisane.
If a woman had had the nerve to pitch a sexually explicit feature about the adventures of a happy-go-lucky porn star then, the interloper might have been rushed out the door to the sound of tisane cups shattering on the Afghan carpet.
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Each pack of 15 individual, biodegradable silken pyramids, sealed in triple-layer alu-foil for freshness, carries specific brewing instructions, a short history of the tea or tisane, and is represented by a raised image of an object from Newby's Chitra Collection of antique tea ware.
beaucoup moins que] Une tisane, un comprime de paracetamol peuvent subitement provoquer le blocage des reins [beaucoup plus grand que], previent le nephrologue qui evoque l'exemple d'un joueur de football d'un grand club algerois desormais dependant d'hemodialyse apres avoir pris de la tisane pendant une semaine.
The winning blends, Green Tea, Mango and Ginger and a tisane with Lemongrass, Ginger and Citrus Fruits were described by the judges as 'Bright refreshing with a balanced flavour' and 'Very lemony on the nose, lovely fragrant, refreshing citrus flavour from the lemongrass', respectively.
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