Herbal Tea PLR Autoresponder Email Series

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Part 1: Herbal Tea: Tea To Save A Life – (325 Words)
Part 2: Mixing Herbs For Herbal Tea – (340 Words)
Part 3: Should Your Herbal Tea Be Fresh Or Dried? – (346 Words)
Part 4: Try A Herbal Tea Such As Chamomile – (320 Words)
Part 5: Consider The Benefits Of Lemon Grass Herbal Tea – (342 Words)

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Those that are considering herbal teas often find themselves with the question over what type of product they should be purchasing.  There are many ways to prepare tea and each has its own benefits and sometimes downfalls.  The good news is that they are all easy, mostly requiring little to no fancy, expensive or strange equipment.  Yet, preparing herbal tea can be a bit interesting when you consider the facts about dried and fresh herbs.  Which one is the best one for you to consider using?  If you aren’t very sure, you’ll want to check the individual herb’s benefits and how to take full advantage of them.  But, there are some things that you should know all the same.

You can purchase both dry herbs as well as fresh herbs to use in your teas.  But, you should take note of the fact that most herbs will lose many of their volatile compounds within just a few hours of being picked.  During this time the liquid parts of the plant are evaporating and they are leaking away.  Even the scent can become minimized during these first few hours.  Indeed the chemical change that is happening is something that you should take note of as well. 

On the other hand, when you properly dry or purchase a very well dried product, things change a bit.  During the drying process, these compounds don’t just evaporate but become concentrated.  As water comes out of the herbal product, these other elements remain and therefore concentrate.

Most commonly, dried herbs are used to make herbal teas because of this.  If you do want to use an herb that is fresh, you can.  Simply use more of these herbs to get the same results and you should chop them up as finely as possible.  When you do this, you have a better chance of getting a good quality product that’s still retaining some of the benefits of the herbal tea.

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