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Of all the herbal teas on the market, dandelion tea is one of the less well-known. However, despite its previously little-known existence, it has a fantastic set of health benefits and it is quickly becoming very popular.

Oolong tea is a semi-fermented tea from the leaf of the Camellia sinensis plant. Yes, this is the same plant that “regular” black tea comes from, as well as green and white tea.

Ten years ago, almost nobody knew what Matcha was. Nowadays, Matcha is one of the most popular and sought-after health foods in the world, and with good reason.

Not only is it one of the best detoxifying herbal teas around, it also does an amazing job of dealing with muscle and joint pain, arthritis, hay fever, as well as taking care of your skin and hair.

Its active ingredients have been proven to be beneficial for more serious conditions like acne, depression, digestive issues and even arthritis, so I think you can see the wisdom of keeping some lemon myrtle tea in the house all year round.


Ashwagandha belongs to a class of herbal medicine known as the adaptogens, which improve our bodies’ resistance to stressors.

Mother Nature has provided us with wonderful herbs that simply by drinking them in the form of herbal tea, in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise, can help us lose unwanted belly fat.

One of the biggest problems we face these days is a lack of sleep, or rather, a lack of quality sleep.

The smell of lavender is one of the most comforting, uplifting scents in the world. It is universally popular and recognised, being so popular that it is the most popular essential oil in the world.