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Mar 3, 2020 10:48 AM CST
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Hi, I'm glad to be in this page...I'm looking to learn more about herbal teas and how it will benefit my overall health. Is there a difference between store bought teas vs teas that are premium teas?
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Mar 4, 2020 9:33 AM CST
Name: Margaret
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I don't drink store teas so not really sure what the differences are.
But I would guess the premium teas are better quality than the store teas. I tried searching for the answer but all I found was the differences between True Tea and Herbal Tea and why loose leaf tea is better than teabags.
The best teas are the ones you grow yourself they will be the freshest and highest quality and you know for sure what you are drinking.
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Sep 8, 2023 1:08 PM CST
Name: Zoƫ
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Well, any teas or herbal infusions are plant parts soaked in water. What would be not raw about that?
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Sep 28, 2023 4:34 AM CST
Name: Kristi
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I've not heard of the one you are considering. Some of the online tea companies offer sampler boxes with an assortment of different flavors. I find if I don't care for some, I have a friend that usually does so I share. She will do the same. I lean toward those with citrus or hibiscus blends. On occasion I like mints.

A couple of online companies that have assorted teas listed are Stash or Tea Forte'.
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Sep 28, 2023 6:59 AM CST
Name: Cinda
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I agree try a sampler pack and discover your taste
there is so much out there

I grow several herbs and make my own herbal teas chamomile and mint are on my top ten.
mint is good hot and cold
My mom likes tea with ginger her go to is Lemon ginger by Bigelow
I also drink an Echinacea plus by Traditional Medicinals
My husbands favorite herbal is Mandarin orange spice by Celestial seasonings
Good luck on your adventure to discovering your favorite Thumbs up
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Nov 28, 2023 7:01 AM CST
Name: stone
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bojef said: alvita hawthorn tea?
I'm interested in warm tea or iced tea. Tell me what you buy, where you buy it, and I'd love some tips on preparation as well.

By the way that you linked "alvita hawthorn tea", I can't decide whether you are trying to drive traffic to the "myorganicherbaltea" site, or if you are looking for information on tea making.

Personally, I have some patches of mint...
I have patches of yaupon... and while I tried growing Roselle, I haven't been real successful with it, and buy the tea a couple boxes at a time... really like it...
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Nov 28, 2023 4:29 PM CST
Name: Kat
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'Celestial Seasonings' brand, no caffeine teas. I love Bengal Spice, heavy cinnamon. Also love their berry teas and the peach one, but my daughter calls them koolaid without sugar, chuckl.
So many roads to take, choices to make, and laughs to share!
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Feb 8, 2024 8:49 AM CST
Name: Ben
Carrboro NC (Zone 8a)
Like Mindy03 said, fresh tea made from herbs that you've grown yourself or bought fresh from a grower will always be better. However, storebought tea can still be relatively high quality and nourishing! When I want something quick and easy, I usually choose teas from Yogi or Traditional Medicinals.
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