Herbal teas are the easiest form of herbal remedy for long term use. The herb's powerful ingredients are either "infused" or "decocted" in water when made into teas. Not being tea in the true sense, Herbal tea is simply fresh herb containing medicinal properties. Herbal teas have many health benefits and they taste great too. There are many varieties and blends of herbal teas that are available in grocery stores, tea and coffee shops, and natural foods stores. If you drink more than one cup of coffee per day, try replacing some of that coffee with herbal teas. Most herbal teas don't have caffeine, however Green Teas do. Of course Green Teas have many health benefits as well.
There are a various types of herbal tea choices available from tea houses and retailers. Some of the popular Herb Tea Formula contains Chamomile, Burdock, Cinnamon, Fennel, Ginger, Hawthorn, Kava, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage, Spearmint, Thyme, Hibiscus, Licorice, Nettle, Gingko, Rosehip, etc as an active herbal element. Chamomile tea sooth an upset digestive system and it seems so relaxing. Mint teas are aromatic and very flavorful. Ginger is great for aiding nausea and quietly sipping a hot pure or mixed ginger tea can help relieve feelings of sickness. If headaches are a problem, you could give rosemary tea a go. This herb contains antiseptic properties and can help relieve niggling headaches. Likewise herbal tea has many benefits when consumed on daily basis. These include—achieving a calmer, relaxed state of mind; support heart/kidney health; aid with stomach and digestive problems; promote energy and wellness; and provide cleansing properties for the body.
Rachel Newcombe. http://health.learninginfo.org/herbal-teas.htm