Tea

How to make Nettle Tea

Nutritional value in Nettle tea : Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, C, Amino acids, Calcium, Fatty acids, Folic acid, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium. How to make Nettle tea? Ingredients 4-5 fresh or dried Nettle leaves. 1-Cup of water. 1-tbsp honey. Method Take a stainless steel pot. Keep it on the flame. Include 1-2 …

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How to make Matcha Tea

Nutritional value in Matcha latte tea : Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, C (1), Fluorine, Flavonoids, Catechins, L-Theanine, Protein, Caffeine, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Zinc, Phosphorus, Iron. How to make Matcha latte tea? Ingredients 2-tbsp Matcha powder. 2-tbsp hot water. 1-cup of milk. 1-tbsp honey or sugar. Method Take a cup. Add 2 tbsp Matcha powder …

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How to make Kombucha Tea

Nutritional value in Kombucha tea : Vitamin B complex (Thiamin and Niacin), Caffeine, Carbs, Fat, Calories and organic acids (1). How to make a Kombucha tea? Ingredients In the market, we can find active Kombucha SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast). Tea leaves or Tea bags.  3-cups of water. 2-cups organic cane sugar/jaggery. 1/2-cup …

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How To Make Echinacea Tea

Echinacea nutritional value:- Alkylamides, Polysaccharides, Echinacoside, Ketoalkenes, and Cichoric acid (1), inulin-type fructans (ITFs)(2) How do you make Echinacea tea? Ingredients 1-2 flowers of the Echinacea plant or 2-3 leaves or 1-2 small roots of the Echinacea plant or the packet you get from the market. 1-2 cups of water or as desired, will depend …

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Dandelion Tea Recipe

Nutritional value are:- Fiber, Vitamin, C, K, A, E, Boron, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Carbohydrates, Protein, Sodium. How to make Dandelion tea? Ingredients 1-2 tbsp of crushed Dandelion tea leaves, flower or roots. 4 cups of water or as desired. Method Take a stainless steel pot or earthen pot. Keep the pot on the flame. Add …

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Herbal Tea

Tisanes, better known as Herbal Tea, they are an infusion of herbs, plants, leaves, flowers, or spices, or some of these mixed with water. They are free from caffeine, hence very popular with people who don’t like caffeine. This word originated from Greek ptisánē which means ‘peeled barley.’ Most of these Tisanes are safe to drink with a …

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