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Herbal tea, also known as tisane or herbal infusion, is a beverage made from the infusion or decoction of various plant parts other than the traditional tea plant (Camellia sinensis). Unlike black, green, white, or oolong teas, which are derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, herbal teas are made from a wide range of dried flowers, leaves, roots, seeds, and fruits from various plants and herbs. Common ingredients used to make herbal teas include: Chamomile: Known for its calming and relaxing properties, chamomile tea is often consumed before bedtime. Peppermint: Refreshing and soothing, peppermint tea is known for its digestive benefits and cooling effect. Rooibos: A South African plant that produces a red herbal tea with a slightly nutty and sweet flavor. The health benefits of drinking herbal teas Herbal teas have been enjoyed for their various health benefits for centuries. They are typically made by steeping herbs, flowers, fruits, or other plant materials in hot water. Here are some of the potential health benefits associated with drinking herbal teas: Relaxation and stress relief: Many herbal teas, such as chamomile, lavender, and lemon balm, have calming properties and can help reduce stress and promote relaxation. Digestive aid: Peppermint, ginger, fennel, and chamomile teas are known for their ability to soothe the digestive system, relieve indigestion, and alleviate symptoms like bloating and nausea. Improved sleep quality: Herbal teas like valerian root, passionflower, and chamomile are often used to promote better sleep, relieve insomnia, and encourage a sense of calm before bedtime. Boosted immune system: Some herbal teas, such as echinacea and elderberry, are believed to have immune-boosting properties, helping to strengthen the body's natural defense mechanisms. Antioxidant effects: Certain herbal teas, including green tea and rooibos tea, are rich in antioxidants, which can protect the body against free radicals and potentially reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Herbal teas have been enjoyed for centuries due to their delightful flavors, potential health benefits, and soothing properties. They are often caffeine-free or contain only negligible amounts of caffeine, making them a popular choice for people who wish to avoid caffeine or seek alternative beverages.