The Japanese have a long history of consuming herbal teas for their pleasant flavor and therapeutic benefits.
Herbal tea is an infusion made from leaves, roots, stems, twigs, barks, and sometimes even fruits of various plants. Herbal teas are generally considered safe because they are not concentrated.
The following guides are for adults and should be taken as general starting points.
Below are some of the different types of Japanese herbal teas and their benefits. It is important to note that different herbs have different properties. The information we provide is from reference sources, Japanese traditions, customs, and know-how. They are not substitutes for professional medical advice.
|Loquat leaves||Heartleaf||Burdock root|
||Ginkgo leaves||Persimmon leaves|
||Red Perilla leaves
||Artemisia Princeps leaves
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