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Herbal tea has been used as a herbal remedy for centuries, and it's no wonder why. It is safe, easy to make, delicious, and full of health benefits. But what if you could take the health-boosting power of herbal tea to the next level?

In this article, we'll talk about the many reasons you should definitely consider adding herbal tea to your diet and talk about how we're taking the health-boosting powers of hibiscus to the next level with amla, the most powerful superfood on the planet.

Table of Contents

The Wide World of Herbal Teas
What is Herbal Tea (vs other forms of Tea)
The Health Benefits of Herbal Tea
But What If You Could Improve Herbal Tea?
Amla Green Hibiscus
Why Hasn't Amla Taken Off?
Amla Green Hibiscus | Herbal Tea and Amla to the Next Level

 

The Wide World of Herbal Teas

Almost every culture on the planet has a history of herbal tea, and for good reason. It's safe, delicious, easy to make at home or on the go with an herbal tea bag, and it comes packed with health benefits.

Herbal teas are made from plant leaves (like mint), roots (ginger root is a great example), flowers (chamomile), seeds (like fennel seed), and even bark (cinnamon).

Herbal teas have been used as herbal remedies for centuries. The ancient Greeks boiled marjoram to relieve sore throats, the Chinese drank chrysanthemum tea to fight fevers, peppermint herbal tea was given to sailors with stomach aches, and herbal tea even has a place in the Bible.

In fact, throughout history herbal teas have been used to treat many health conditions including high blood pressure, headaches, allergies or sinus problems (peppermint), indigestion (chamomile) insomnia (hops flower), upset stomach from chemotherapy treatment(ginger root) heartburn (fennel), and even certain cancers (burdock root).

If herbal tea is so great, what could make it better? For many herbal teas, the answer to that question is not much. But for one herbal tea in particular—hibiscus herbal tea or hibiscus tea --the answer can be quite a lot.

Boosting herbal teas with superfoods is nothing new, in fact, it's been done for thousands of years by cultures all over the world who added other natural remedies to their herbal tea recipes. But why add a superfood like Amla Green Hibiscus?

We'll explain below!

What is Herbal Tea (vs other forms of Tea)

Herbal tea is simply an herbal plant that is dried and steeped in hot water to make an herbal tea. This method of preparing the herbal leaves or roots releases their beneficial properties into a delicious, easy-to-drink beverage.

However, for this article, we'll be following a slightly more specific definition of tea -- which is that they are low, or zero, calories.

What Types of Tea and Herbal Tea Blends Count?

Some of your favorites are probably on here.

  • Rooibos tea. Rooibos tea is made from the leaves of a South African bush and has zero calories. Rooibos tea is one of the richest herbal teas in antioxidants, which are great for fighting free radicals that cause damage to our cells
  • Lemon lm teaba.  Lemongrass herbal tea or lemon balm tea is made from the leaves of a plant native to India and Southeast Asia. It's one of our favorite herbal teas because it offers anti-anxiety benefits thanks to compounds like rosmarinic acid.
  • Chamomile tea.  Chamomile tea has been used for centuries as a herbal remedy and sleeping aid because of its great calming properties. In fact, chamomile tea is one of the most popular herbal drinks in the world (and you've probably seen chamomile tea all over your local grocery).
  • Peppermint herbal tea or peppermint leaves. Peppermint, like lemon balm, is also one of our go-to herbal teas since it's known to help with digestive problems thanks to compounds like rosmarinic acid.
  • Ginger root herbal tea or ginger tea. Ginger tea, made from the dried roots of fresh ginger plants, offers great digestive benefits thanks to compounds like shogaol, which stimulates the release of stomach acids.
  • Fennel Tea. Fennel herbal tea, made from the dried seeds of fennel plants, is great for digestion thanks to compounds like anethole.
  • Hibiscus Tea. And finally, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention herbal tea made from hibiscus herbal leaves, also known as roselle herbal. Hibiscus herbal tea is one of our favorite herbal teas because it offers so many benefits to the digestive system and even has anti-cancer potential thanks to compounds like anthocyanins.
  • And many more! Echinacea tea, yerba mate, and many other herbs provide some incredible health benefits!

Why Aren't We Counting Green Tea?

There's a reason we haven't talked about white, Oolong, green, and black tea, which are all the teas of the camellia Sinensis tea plant.

We're big fans of all of these teas thanks to their high antioxidant content and catechins, which help promote our overall health. And in fact, the health benefits of green tea are so strong and extensive, that we'd be doing them a disservice by not exploring them extensively.

So you'll just have to check out some of our other articles for the full extent of green tea's benefits!

The Health Benefits of Herbal Tea

Naturally Caffeine Free

One major distinction of herbal tea is that it's often naturally caffeine-free.

In fact, herbal teas are especially beneficial to those who want the benefits of tea but also wish to avoid caffeine.

If you're a coffee or green tea drinker looking for a caffeine-free alternative, herbal teas offer so many health benefits and can be just as tasty!

Incredible Source of Antioxidants

And speaking of those herbal tea benefits, these teas are also an incredible source of antioxidants.

Antioxidants, as you probably know, help fight against free radicals (compounds that damage our cells and contribute to disease formation) -- making herbal tea a great choice if you're looking for something other than water or juice to quench your thirst.

In fact, some herbal teas like turmeric are some of the most antioxidant-rich herbal teas in the world.

Zero Calorie

And herbal tea is also calorie-free, making herbal tea a great choice if you're trying to shed some pounds and want something tasty that won't sabotage your weight-loss efforts.

In fact, some teas actually have weight management benefits,  helping to boost metabolism and curb cravings.

Fight High Blood Pressure

Herbal tea is also a great choice if you're looking to lower your blood pressure.

In fact, some herbal teas like linden can help naturally promote healthy circulation and an overall sense of well-being when it comes to cardiovascular health.

Boost Your Immune System

In addition to fighting oxidative stress, the natural phytochemicals in herbal tea can also help boost your immune system, making herbal tea a great option if you're feeling under the weather, or if you're looking to give your immune system a little bit more help before flu season.

Reduce Inflammation

Another of the major herbal tea benefits is its anti-inflammatory properties.

In fact, herbal tea is a great natural, daily alternative to over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications like aspirin or ibuprofen.

While herbal tea can't work as fast or as strong as those pharmaceuticals, it will provide you with the same benefits without any of the downsides and side effects that come from taking drugs.

Long Term Benefits

Over the course of the long term, herbal tea benefits become even more pronounced.

In addition to helping you feel better immediately, initial scientific research has shown herbal tea as a daily supplement may also help prevent and fight many different types of cancer, along with degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's disease.

And with so many ways herbal teas like roselle herbal boost digestive health and even protect the liver from disease, herbal tea is a great daily drink that will continue delivering benefits for years to come.

But What If You Could Improve Herbal Tea?

That's the question we asked ourselves when we created Amla Green Hibiscus herbal tea.

We wanted to create a herbal tea with all the benefits of herbal teas, but that also had an extra boost from something incredibly powerful and nutritious -- amla!

Amla is known as "the Indian gooseberry," and it's been used for hundreds of years in herbal medicine and traditional Ayurvedic practices for its incredible health benefits.

Amla is one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet, providing four times more Vitamin C than oranges per ounce, and it's also the most powerful source of antioxidants on the planet. Want to learn more? We'll tell you!

Amla Green Hibiscus

Adding An Even Better Source of Antioxidants

Herbal teas are great antioxidants. But when it comes to antioxidants, amla is king.

In fact, on the ORAC scale, amla outpaces other antioxidants like blueberries, acai, turmeric, and even dark chocolate, sometimes by factors of more than 50!

Lower Blood Pressure With Comparable Benefits to Medication

Amla has some incredible potential health benefits when it comes to your heart and heart disease. In fact, studies suggest that amla works so extensively within your body, that it can provide similar benefits to common blood pressure medications, and can also help lower your cholesterol!

Note: While we're big proponents of amla, nothing can replace professional medical advice from your trusted doctor. Check with them!

Fight Diabetes Naturally

Maybe the most impressive of amla's benefits is its ability to fight diabetes naturally by helping your lower your blood sugar on a level comparable to common medications.

In fact, herbalists and scientists alike have used amla for centuries in herbal medicine practices to help both types I and II diabetics manage their blood sugar levels naturally.

Note: While we're big proponents of amla, we're not the people to provide medical advice for you and your specific situation. Check with your doctor!

Improves All of the Benefits of Herbal Tea

In a lot of ways, amla improves all of the benefits of herbal tea.

Because herbal teas are great antioxidants, but amla is even better at fighting oxidative stress in your body, taking herbal tea with amla boosts the antioxidant power of herbal teas.

It also helps you fight off free radicals and inflammation more effectively than herbal teas alone.

Add in the antiviral properties and antibacterial properties of amla, the weight loss benefits of amla, and the fact that it's been shown to improve your health in the long term, and you've got a perfect complement to a natural tea.

Like Herbal Tea on Overdrive

So you're taking a zero-calorie, caffeine-free drink, and adding something that helps fight heart disease, improves your weight loss, and helps fight problems from the common cold and diabetes to cancer.

And that's without getting into other benefits of amla for stomach problems like stomach pain and upset stomach, or how it helps your hair and skin look and feel better.

This brings up a good question...

Why Hasn't Amla Taken Off?

Amla has been one of the most popular medicines in India for thousands of years, so why hasn't it become more popular in the west?

Well, three reasons.

First, it took a long time for western medicine to confirm amla's benefits. But after a few decades and a lot more research, western scientists have begun confirming the incredible power of this South Pacific superfood.

Second, it's very hard to get amla in the United States, at least if you're talking about fresh, organic amla.

And finally, by itself, amla doesn't taste that great. That's why we've mixed it with ingredients like hibiscus, green tea (that camellia Sinensis plant we talked about earlier!), and elderberry for flavorful, health-boosting mixes.

Amla Green Hibiscus | Herbal Tea and Amla to the Next Level

And when it comes to herbal tea blends, it's hard to get a tastier, healthier option than Amla Green Hibiscus.

You're taking fresh hibiscus tea, already one of the herbal teas that provide the most antioxidants, and bumping it up a notch with fresh amla.

There's a reason so many people are raving about it...

Try Amla Green Hibiscus Risk-Free!

And just in case you still weren't sure, we'll let you do more research in person!

We believe in Amla Green Hibiscus so strongly that we're offering a completely risk-free guarantee.

If you don't love Amla Green Hibiscus and how it makes you feel, you can just tell us, and we'll give you your money back.

But we've got a feeling you'll like it.

 

Amla Green has strict guidelines for scientific references in our articles, and we rely on peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutions, governmental organizations, and reputable medical organizations. We do our best to avoid using non evidence-based references in all articles. The references in this article are listed below.

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