Herbal Tea

In this section, there are herbs that we drink regularly, as a substitute to Camellia Sinensis. Here, in Thailand, these plants are commonly used for cooking and making herbal teas. We sincerely recommend these herbs as we've tested them on ourselves.

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Butterfly Pea Flower Tea (Blue Tea)
Latin (botanical) name of Butterfly Pea – Clitoria Ternatea. The plant is also known as Butterfly Bean, Blue Pea, Blue Tea, Aparajita flower, Conch flower, Sangupushpam (Tamil name). Clitoria Ternat..
Jiaogulan Tea
Gynostemma Pentaphyllum, the Chinese and Thai call it Jiaogulan, is also known as "Immortality Herb".This herbal tea could be drunk as a green tea substitutor. Jiaogulan tea has pleasant sweet grassy ..
Gotu Kola Tea
Centella Asiatica widely known as Gotu Kola grows in marshland tropical areas of Thailand, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, and South Africa. In some countries, fresh leaves are used for cookin..
Ginkgo Tea
Dry leaves of the Ginkgo Biloba tree, one of the oldest living plant species. Because of the fossils related to Ginkgoes that dating back 270 million years this tree is called “a living fossil”.It has..
Bael Fruit Tea (Matoom)
Dried bael fruit slices for making tea.Bael is a fruit of a tree (the botanical name is Aegle Marmelos L.) native to the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. It is also known as Matoom, Bengal quin..
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