Homemade Herbal Tea Blends


There are quite a variety of herbal teas you can purchase that will do just the job for you! The truth is out, no compelling reason to experience all the fuss and make your own natural tea mixes. Goodness, Well, however who said it was troublesome? If you grow your own herbs and ever decided to give it a go and invent your own herbal tea recipes yet don't have the foggiest idea how to do it, at that point I'd love to walk you through the procedure! Possibly, you could even buy some dry herbs and give it a go. Domestic grown teas are very simple to put forth and don't require so much attempt when it comes to making your own herbal drinks. Furthermore, when you get its hang, there's nothing more pleasant than combining those plants to make a heavenly solid beverage! The outcomes are consistently positive when you will feel pleased with yourself. 

Below, I have accumulated my very own flawless rundown natural tea mixes which do some incredible things for me. A suggestion to never blend herbs aimlessly! Do your research, first, you would prefer not to wind up with a stomach ache or something. In any case, I genuinely advice you to avoid potential risk while attempting any new natural teas, in the event that something goes wrong. Make sure to check with your doctor in case you're uncertain about taking a particular cure. Before we make a plunge, let's take a look at why natural tea's are the most well known in alternative medicine.

Benefits of Herbal Teas

Dating back to Ancient Egypt and Asia, it is no big surprise that natural teas were used for thousands of years. It's flavorable tastes and remedial worth are still appreciated and enjoyed in our world today. In spite of their name, herbal teas are not actually true teas. Original teas such as green tea are brewed from the leaves of Camellia sinensis plant.

A herbal tea blend or "tisane" is a combination of various herbs, flowers, spices, roots, dried fruits that are steeped in boiling water. Such herbal infusions can help with the mending cycle of numerous ailments. As they are absolutely caffeine-free, these lovely herbals help improve in states of restlessness just as sleep quality.

There's something so delightful about drinking homegrown teas, what I personally love about it is that the process of growing your own herbs and then steeping them into boiling water urges us to associate with nature. As a herbalist, I know beyond question that herbal teas do a ton to our holistic wellbeing. To just sit back and welcome an agreeable cup is something that nourishes our soul and quiets our stress hormones.

How to Make Your Own Homemade Herbal Tea Blends

How to dry herbs and store them

One of the benefits of growing your own herbs in your garden is that they are best when utilized fresh. However, some herbs grow at a specific season and perhaps you would like to store them for longer term uses. Fresh herbs for the most part have a more grounded fragrance yet are not as potent as dry herbs. 

The better method when drying herbs is by draping them to dry naturally. Not only is air drying more healthier however it additionally keeps up the flavor and basic essential oils of the herb. The lesser the moisture the better the results. Herbs such as oregano and thyme are best for air drying as they have no moisture. 

Now let's take a look at how to dry your fresh herbs from scratch:
  1. Cut the branches of the fresh herbs, make sure to eliminate any dry parts of the herbs or roots if necessary.
  2. Gently shake your herbs so as to remove any insects. 
  3. Tie your stems into a bundle along with a band. (Do whatever it takes not to put an excessive number of stems together. Around 3-5 odd quantities of stems are enough to get you going). 
  4. Hang your herbs upside down in a warm and dry place for about fourteen days (2 weeks) or so. A reminder to avoid direct sunlight as this will dye the herbs and cause them to lose it's flavor.
Now that the drying is off the beaten path, it's time to store your excellent dry herbs in a jar. You could place single herbs in a jar or blend them. A suggestion to never use plastic as it impacts the taste and I personally would not advice it due to it being less more advantageous. When mixing dried herbs, fill 8-oz Jar with 1/2 cup of your base herb (the main herbal ingredient for your mixture for instance your relaxing tea mixture's primary herb is thyme). The following thing you need to do is add 1/4, of two complementary herbs (that will be your other herbal mixtures for instance sage and lemon balm). 

How to steep herbs

At the point when we endeavour to accomplish something, it's best to advance a goal. Prior to starting the way toward mixing herbs, you need to know your essential objective. For instance if you are hoping to diminish stress and tension you should consider calming herbs such as chamomile and lavender. 


  • Most herbal teas are made using a tablespoon of base herb (primary herbs) and half a tablespoon of complementary herbs (secondary herbs) and for extra flavouring you could use some dried fruits or honey as a supplement for sugar.
  • Make sure to boil your herbal mixture in water for about 15-20 minutes for better results.

Try my own homemade herbal tea blends:

For cold moods, throat aches and Flu:

Sweet Honey Ginger Fennel Tea:

  1. Cut 3-4 thin slices of Ginger root (you could also peel the outer layer) and place them in cold water
  2. Add half a tablespoon of fennel seeds 
  3. Let the mixture boil for 15 minutes or so
  4. Add a full spoon of honey for sweeter taste

Energizing Lemon Balm and Thyme Tea:

  1. Add a tablespoon of lemon balm as well as half a tablespoon of thyme into water
  2. Boil for about 15 minutes 
  3. For additions you could squeeze a few drops of lemon into water during the boiling process  

For Better Breathing and Relaxation:

Relaxing Thyme, Mint and Anise Seeds Tea:

  1. Add a tablespoon of thyme into water
  2. Your complementary herbs are mint and anise seeds ; add half a spoon of mint and anise seeds
  3. Let your herbal mixture to steep for about 15-20 minutes for better results

For an Upset stomach: Indigestion, Stomach aches, Cramps:

Soothing Chamomile Cinnamon Tea:

  1. Add a a full big spoon of Chamomile Herbs 
  2. If you store cinnamon powder, add half a tablespoon of powder to water. As for Cinnamon sticks; cut half a finger of cinnamon stick and place into your water.
  3. Let your herbal mixture steep for about 20 minutes.

Healthy Pomegranate-Mint Tea Blend:

In addition to the fact that pomegranate mint tea is incredible for the stomach, it can help with blood dissemination and it is very unwinding

  1. For one cup of tea, add a handful of pomegranates into water
  2. Take 3 leaves of mint or half a full spoon of dried mint and place them into boiling water
  3. Let your herbal mixture steep for about 15 minutes and you're done! 
You could likewise make your tea cold by cooling your blend first, then at that point refrigerate your invigorating natural juice!


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