Kava Kava High

Kava Kava High


A number of HTH readers have recently written into us with a very specific question – what is a kava kava high and what does it feel like? These readers are clearly familiar with kava kava, but for those of you who are not, we strongly suggest that you broaden your knowledge on kava kava (and kava tea) by taking a quick look at our Ultimate Guide to Kava Kava. Once you’ve developed a foundation knowledge of Kava, you’ll likely be even more interested in the Kava Kava High. Ready to learn more?

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Ginger Root Tea

ginger root tea

If you are searching for a list of simple facts to learn more about Ginger Root Tea, you have come to the right place!  This herbal tea is a nutritious herbal tea that uses ginger roots as the primary ingredient.  It is also known simply as ginger tea, and it was first discovered by the Ancient Chinese thousands of years ago.  It has been surging in popularity recently due to the powerful health benefits and delicious flavors.  I have created this list of the Top Ginger Root Tea facts to help familiarize readers with this wonderful tea.

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Ginger Tea

ginger tea

If you are hunting for more information on Ginger Tea, you you are at the right place!  Ginger started being used as a tea and spice hundreds of years ago in South Asia.  Ginger root, which is the primary ingredient in Ginger Tea, is often from China and India.  Ginger has a crisp taste that has made it the popular spice it is today. The tea retains this delicious taste of the ginger root.  Ginger Tea has been consumed since ancient times, and its benefits helped it spread across the world.  I have created this Ginger Tea Ultimate Guide to help share the unique aspects of this healthy herbal tea.

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Spearmint Tea Ultimate Guide

spearmint tea


Spearmint tea is a popular form of mint tea that is made with the leaves of the spearmint plant, Mentha spicata.  The other popular form of mint tea is peppermint tea, which is derived from the leaves of the peppermint plant.  Both of these herbal teas have been absolutely BOOMING in popularity in the last several months – likely due to their ease of use and, above all, exceptional taste!

This herbal tea is famous for its unique taste and powerfully pleasant aroma.  This is yet another herbal tea that has been consumed since ancient times, and it has experienced a recent surge in popularity as people discover the benefits of this tasty herbal tea.  Learn all about Spearmint Tea on this Ultimate Guide!

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Moringa Tea

moringa tea


Moringa Tea is a favorite herbal tea to those overseas, but is slowly beginning to catch on in the United States. You can tell by the name that the main ingredient in the tea is Moringa leaves.  The moringa leaves are harvested from the moringa tree (Moringa oleifera).  The tree is often called the “Miracle Tree” due to its multiple miracle like benefits to the consumer.  The moringa tree produces Ben oil which is very versatile and used in several products from food to beauty.  Other parts besides the oil of the tree can be eaten, used for cooking, used to purify water, or to reclaim the soil. The leaves can also be used to make herbal teas which adds to the versatility of the tree.  Due to this versatility the moringa plant is considered a super plant.  Learn more about moringa Tea and leave with the basics !

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Kava Tea Benefits

kava tea benefits


Kava tea benefits are well-known, and they are the primary reason that this tea has become so popular.  Kava tea is a herbal tea that is made using the roots of the kava plant (P. methysticum) as the main ingredient.  These roots contain kavalactones, which are the active compounds that provide a majority of the health benefits.  These kava tea benefits are primarily related to anxiety and stress reduction, but consuming this wonderful herbal tea also is a great way to boost mood and fight insomnia.  Discover the Top 10 Kava Tea Benefits in this fun post!

If you are unfamiliar with this form of herbal tea, I highly recommend reading my Kava Tea Ultimate Guide.  This will help give the the necessary background info to take full advantage of this benefits post.

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Kava Tea

kava tea


Kava tea is a popular herbal tea that is consumed all over the world.  The popularity of this amazing tea can be attributed to its powerful health benefits including reduced anxiety and improved mood.  The tea is primarily made using the roots of the kava plant, Piper methysticum.  This plant is so widespread, it has several different names including: Piper methysticum, Kava-Kava, ‘awa, yaqona, and Kawa.  It is a plant that’s roots are used in making a tea-like substance. Many different cultures have consumed this tea for centuries including South Pacific Islanders, and this herbal tea continues to be consumed as a social, ceremonial, religious, and medicinal drink.

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Hibiscus Tea Benefits

hibiscus tea benefits


Hibiscus tea is a powerful herbal tea that is fairly inexpensive and easy to make.  Hibiscus Tea Benefits are primarily obtained by the infusing the flower portion of the roselle flower (Hibiscus sabdariffa), a prominent member of the hibiscus family.  The Journal of Experimental Pharmacology called the roselle flower-made drinks a “therapeutic agent,” due to some of the positive effects that they were able to observe during a study. Among its many benefits are health improvements like anti-inflammatory properties, high levels of antioxidants, and ability to lower blood pressure.  This is just the beginning, hibiscus tea has an incredible amount of other natural health benefits associated with it.  This post details the most prominent Hibiscus Tea Benefits in a fun and simple manner.

Learn my Healthy Hibiscus Tea Recipe to obtain some of these health benefits.

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Hibiscus Tea Blood Pressure

hibiscus tea blood pressure


Hibiscus Tea Blood Pressure effects are yet another health benefit that this herbal tea can provide the consumer.  Hibiscus tea is made primarily from the flower and occasionally the leaves of Hibiscus sabdariffa plant.  This wonderful tea has several known health benefits. One of the most notable perks of this tea is the ability to reducing hypertension or lowering blood pressure.  Hibiscus tea has been made by boiling water and steeping leaves or calyces and drinking the hot beverage for centuries. Today it is enjoyed as a tea or cooling it and pouring it over ice, sweetened or with various spices, but still can be enjoyed hot.

Discover the power of Hibiscus Tea Weight Loss on my related post.

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Roasted Dandelion Root Tea

roasted dandelion root tea


Roasted Dandelion Root Tea is a popular form of dandelion coffee (dandelion root tea). Dandelion coffee is made from the roots of the dandelion plant, and it obtained its name due to its use as a substitute for standard coffee.  There are two ways to prepare dandelion root tea.  One way is to use roasted roots, and the other way is to use non-roasted roots.  This post is dedicated to Roasted Dandelion Root Tea.  If you would like to learn more about Dandelion Root Tea in general, you should check out my Dandelion Root Tea Ultimate Guide.

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