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Fresh mint is so easy to grow that, once you start, you'll probably have a hard time using all of it. This easy recipe for caffeine-free mint tea is a great way to use up your fresh mint leaves. It can be served hot or over ice, and it is a naturally reviving drink during extreme weather. There are many health benefits associated with mint, including digestive benefits, elimination of toxins and cleansing the blood.
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Sage is a gentle herb with herbaceous flavor and many health benefits. This sage tea recipe is heightened with the addition of lemon rind, lemon juice and just a bit of sugar. It's great hot or iced.
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Bay leaves aren't just for soups! This Caribbean drink recipe uses them for flavor and as folk medicine. I recommend making bay leaf 'tea' without milk or sugar for taste and health reasons.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Not so much a recipe as a guide, this article outlines tips for making herbal teas from fresh or dried herbs.