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Made with infused roots, leaves, flowers, and peels, teas can be served hot to warm up the cold days or cold to refresh us during summer.
Teas also alleviate symptoms of diseases, like gastritis or cold, and have an even bigger role.
Did you know that the detox process requires a well-hydrated body? Teas make the hydration more fun and specific.
Learn how to grow 2 herbs at home to make your teas:
Easy to grow, rosemary is used in many dishes. Rosemary tea alleviates the inflammation and burning sensation of colds and flu. If you want to learn more about this herb, watch the suggested video.
Rosemary is resistant to heat, wind, and lack of humidity. It can be planted only once, and if well taken care of, stays healthy and productive for many years.
If you follow these tips, your rosemary will always be perfumed and last up to 10 years.
The most recommended for teas is peppermint, which has an accentuated flavor. With quick development, mint doesn’t need any chemicals.
As long as it has water, mint can be cultivated all year long. In a little less than a month after being planted, your mint will be ready for harvest.
And remember that the ideal way of making teas is by infusion. If you overboil your water, the herbs lose their therapeutic powers.
Try this tea and share your experience with us.
0:00 Medicinal Herbs You Can Grow at Home
0:36 How To Grow Rosemary at Home
1:57 How to Grow Mint Indoors
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