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herb tea

(ĕrb tē)
An infusion of herbal material in boiling water intended to ameliorate or palliate various disorders.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

herb tea

, herbal tea
Tea made of a variety of plants, including leaves of certain flowers, herbs, barks, and grasses. Some herbs used in these teas have been demonstrated to have pharmacological properties.
See also: tea
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You could switch to herb tea (other than peppermint), knowing that there would still be some interference with iron absorption, or you could drink herb tea at least an hour before or after a meal.
It certainly is one of the most delicious herb teas in the herb garden, not only on its own but mixed with any other herbs.
It also imports and distributes a line of organically grown single herb teas from Chile under the Garden of the Andes brand.
of Anchorage sells six different kinds of herb teas and a line of potpourri scents.
Herb teas, called tisanes, may be as near a potion as you'll ever find, offering an incredibly wide variety of flavors and medicinal uses.
Both companies have also instituted organic growing communities in third-world countries for their herb teas, training laborers in proper harvesting techniques.
Herb teas, of course, are made from entirely different plants--chamomile, rosebuds, raspberry leaves, spearmint, lemon grass, and a variety of other leaves, flowers, barks, and grasses.
Or stop for a hot drink-Mill Valley Coffee Roastery, at 2 Miller Avenue, has herb teas, pastries, and 11 types of coffee drinks.
Kraft now owns Celestial Seasonings Herb Teas. And Pillsbury is making a household name out of tofu ice cream.
Herbs such as kava and rhodiola, and herb teas with chamomile and passion flower, all help your bones indirectly by supporting your adrenal glands.
For instant - and not at all bad tasting - chilling power at home or work, brew up a mug of Neal's Yard lemon balm and rose tea (pounds 2.95) - a million miles away from those bland concoctions so many of us still associate with herb teas.