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is any "tea" that is not from the Camellia sinensis plant.
More about Herbal Tea
Isn't all tea, TEA? Well, yes and no. Tea can mean any kind of infusion or something steeped in water. Tea can also mean dinner in England. But, to be true to the meaning of tea, TEA comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. So, if the "tea" you are drinking originates from a different plant, like peppermint or chamomile, it isn't technically tea, but an "herbal tisane." You can also refer to them as "herbal teas" to make it easier. Almost all herbal tisanes or herbal teas are caffeine free. So if you love ginger, cinnamon, chrysanthemum, hibiscus, chamomile, peppermint, rose, lemongrass or other common herbs that make wonderful herbal tisanes when they are infused in boiling water, you can enjoy them without the caffeine, naturally! Herbal teas are best prepared by steeping them for 5 minutes in boiling water.