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What are herbal teas? 

Herbal teas have been used for thousands of years, as people have sought to use the plants around them to help with ailments. Over time, many herbs, fruits, vegetables and plants have been used for their immune enhancing effects. So, how do herbs help us?

A Ph.D. author specializing in natural healing explains how some, “are like super foods whose nutrients are building blocks for the entire body. Others exert specific strengthening or stimulating effects on certain physiological functions. Still others help to detoxify the system. Some herbs perform more than one function, for example they may cleanse to a degree, but predominantly build up the system” (Null, 2007). The benefits of different herbal teas are immense and many of the ingredients such as lemonsturmericgingerrosemarylavender, mint and more not only can be grown in your yard but are found in your local grocery store.

What really makes herbal teas so great is that you can be creative and mix fruit, roots, leaves, flowers, CBD and spices to make hundreds of different varieties of tea.

Why is CBD perfect for herbal tea? 

CBD has been found to amplify the benefits and effects of natural healing ingredients. These powerful concoctions are relaxing, provide plenty of antioxidants and improve gut health and combined with CBD oils allow them to work wonders for your body. In uncertain times, if looking for a sense of calm and want to boost your immune system and stay healthy, look no further then these herbal teas below.

Learn the step-by-step recipe

Start by using any tea you currently have at home, such as green tea, chamomile, ginger, black tea and add the ingredients below to give your tea an immune boost! If you don’t have tea bags or already assorted teas, you can just use hot water and place the herbs, leaves or roots in and let them sit to allow the essences to mix into the water for 5-10 minutes. You can also use an infusion method by pouring water over the leaves or herbs and allow it to steep for 5-10 minutes. You can always add honey or lemon to sweeten your tea and provide for a better flavor. Lastly, add a pump or two of our CBD oils to give your body that wellness boost and bring a sense of calm.

Ginger Tea: Ginger is great to ward off germs, help your gut health and the honey can soothe your throat. The cinnamon is packed with antioxidants and is good for reliving discomfort.


  • 1 tsp ginger root
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 1/2 tsp of cinnamon
  • Orange or lemon peel

Turmeric and lemon teaTurmeric is excellent to boost your immunity and help detoxify your system. This tea provides powerful immune support and is also great for your gut.


  • Squeeze the juice of one lemon
  • 1/2 tsp of turmeric powder, if you don’t have power, simpy find turmeric and shave off a tiny piece
  • 1 1/2 tsp of honey

Basil and lemon teaEnhance immunity and help your skin glow. This tea is great if you are looking to detoxify and clean your body.


  • 1/4 cup basil
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 2 tsp juice from a lemon

Mint tea: Help retain focus and help the health of your gut. This tea also provides relaxing aromas of rosemary and lavender to help you find a sense of calm.


  • 5-10 mint leaves
  • 1 sprig of rosemary
  • 1 sprig of lavender
  • Squeeze of lemon or a few drops of honey


Null, G. (2007). The complete encyclopedia of natural healing: a comprehensive A-Z listing of common and chronic illnesses and their proven natural treatments. Stamford, CT: Bottom Line Books.

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