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medicinal herbal tea recipes

Medicinal herbs have been around as long as the human species. Today, 25% (depending on who you ask) of pharmaceutical drugs have plant derivatives. Before modern drugs, herbs were the primary source of medicine.

Herbs as a medicine take two major paths in the body.

The first, which is the most beneficial, is herbs as a high dose of nutrition. Many illnesses stem from the body’s lack of nutrition. Herbs have vitamins and minerals that are the building supplies your body needs to create proper immunity, brain function, organ function, hormones, etc. The list goes on for what the body does with these nutritive materials. Magnesium is required in over 300 functions that your body conducts everyday. You body is always rebuilding. Imagine for a moment rebuilding your house without nails. That job just became a pain and living without nutrients is forcing your body to do the same thing.

The second major path of herbs in your body is to evoke a function. In this case, we take an herb that contains a compound that forces the body to make a signal and start operating differently. An example is the use of bitter herbs to reduce appetite. Your tongue tastes the bitter and instantly sends signals to the brain that a toxin has entered the body. Your body does associate bitter with toxins, so the current operations of your stomach and intestines change to prepare for something less than optimal for the body. This includes reducing your appetite so that you’ll stop eating.

Important Note: While medicinals like bitters can also provide nutrition, it is not necessarily good to put the body through this kind of stress daily unless the benefits out weigh the stress. Herbs that change the function of your body by methods other than providing building materials (nutrition) should be approached with a professional herbalist.

Now that we have the important part out of the way, let’s get to the fun. Below is Rhoot’s continually growing list of medicinal herbal tea recipes. We will be adding to this list regularly as teas, in Rhoot’s opinion, are the most easy and fun way to access herbs and their nutrients.

Medicinal Herbal Tea Recipes List

Rhoot Hibiscus Tea Recipe Hibiscus Sabdariffa

“No Pressure” Hibiscus Tea Recipe

If you are suffering from high blood pressure, some might tell you to relax, take a deep breath, and enjoy a soothing beverage (and of course, most importantly, see your doctor!). Some studies suggest that drinking hibiscus tea, in particular, might help in lowering blood pressure beyond what relaxing with a normal cup tea would…

Rhoot Ginger Tea Recipe for Nausea

Ginger Tea Recipe for Nausea and Indigestion Support

Nobody enjoys feeling the onset of stomach troubles like nausea and Indigestion. When this occurs, you might not feel like eating or drinking anything. But the truth is that some natural remedies, like ginger, might help in calming your stomach and making you feel better. Ginerole, a compound found in ginger, might help with “waking…

Rhoot Matcha Green Tea Recipe for Energy

“Energy Spikes” Matcha for Energy Tea Recipe

If you need an occasional boost of energy, especially in the morning, but you are not that big of a coffee fan, or you just want to take it easy on the caffeine, you might want to try matcha green tea. Matcha is very rich in flavonoids that have been thought to keep people calm…

Rhoot White Sage Tea Recipe for Sore Throat

“Cold Be Gone” White Sage Tea Recipe for a Sore Throat

Everyone needs a nice and hot cup of hot tea to help soothe a sore throat in the middle of much-dreaded cold season. From the beginning of time, one of the best remedies for a sore throat has been white sage. There is no mouth inflammation, sore throat, or cough that this magnificent herb can’t…

Rhoot Ginko Biloba Herbal Tea Recipe for Memory

“Memory Booster” Ginkgo Biloba Memory Tea Recipe

If you have noticed that you tend to forget a lot and you wish for a quick and effective memory booster, you are in the right place. As busy lives that we all lead put a lot on our minds, we do need something to help us keep our heads straight. Luckily, sometimes these solutions…

Rhoot Damiana and Rose Herbal Tea Recipe

“The Blues Buster” Damiana and Rose Herbal Tea Recipe

If you’ve been feeling down in the dumps and have found yourself in need of a mood lift, the herbs that are used in this blend might provide you with some relief. Of course, it is important to note that this blend is under no circumstances meant to be used as a replacement for prescription…

Rhoot Blue Vervain Herbal Tea Recipe

“Sleep Rescue” Blue Vervain Herbal Tea Recipe

If you struggle with falling asleep on occasion, you might be tempted to resort to sleeping pills. Medications like that have their place, but if you’re looking for an alternative you might want to consult with a medical professional to determine if this blend is worth a try. This blend calls on the help of…

Rhoot Elderberry Herbal Tea Recipe

Elderberry Herbal Tea Recipe

There are all sorts of herbs out there that are believed to help with immunity, and it can be hard to know where to start. If you’re looking to create a simple blend that could potentially keep your immune system happy, this recipe could be for you. For this blend, we combine Elderberries with rose…

Rhoot Hawthorn Berries and Hibiscus Herbal Tea Recipe

Hawthorn Berries and Hibiscus Herbal Tea Recipe

Heart health can be easy to overlook, especially if you don’t currently have any heart issues. The symptoms of poor heart health are easy to mistake for other health problems. It’s important to take actionable steps towards maintaining your heart health before issues develop. You should also get regular heart health screenings from a doctor…

Rhoot Skullcap and Lemon Balm Herbal Tea Recipe

“Stress Soother” Skullcap and Lemon Balm Herbal Tea Recipe

Everyone needs help unwinding from time to time. It can be tempting to reach for unhealthy vices in moments of stress, but with this skullcap and lemon balm herbal tea recipe in your arsenal, you’ll have a great way to slow down your mind and relax on tough days. The secret weapon in this tea…

holy basil herbal tea recipe

“Enlighten-mint” Holy Basil Herbal Tea Recipe

If you’re looking for a relaxing, tasty blend that might reduce stress while reportedly also improving things like intuition, then this Holy Basil herbal tea recipe could be for you. It contains three members of the mint family, one of which is Holy Basil (sometimes referred to as Tulsi). Holy Basil is a sacred plant…

calendula herbal tea recipe

“Liquid Sunshine” Calendula Herbal Tea Recipe

If you’re looking for a refreshing summer sipper, this calendula herbal tea recipe could be for you. It is light, floral, and slightly fruity. Calendula is a member of the Marigold family, and it’s hard to mistake its bright orange petals. It is commonly found in floral arrangements, but when it’s made into a tea,…

cleansing herbal tea recipe

“Cleansing Roots” Supportive Herbal Tea Recipe

Our bodies are naturally able to cleanse themselves, but every once in awhile, it may be helpful to give our built-in cleansing system a boost. Luckily for us, there are a huge amount of herbs available to us that herbalists claim might be able to assist us in doing that. This blend is packed full…

herbal tea recipe for fertility

Herbal Tea Recipe for Women’s Health Support

This herbal tea recipe is believed to be nourishing, and like the name suggests, supposedly excellent for women’s health. Raspberry leaf is thought to be a wonderful herb for the reproductive system, and it is commonly used in traditional herbal formulas for women. Oat straw is a nutritive herb that is believed to provide nourishment…

rhoot energizing herbal tea

“Energize” Energizing Herbal Tea Recipe

The Quick Recipe Important note: Below we’ve provided a recipe that we’ve used in the past… But you must consult with your doctor and do thorough research before attempting to use it or make it for yourself. We are not giving this recipe in an attempt to offer medical advice.  We are not medical professionals. While…


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