The Tea Village Team likes to use the tea as additives to other flowers, herbs and teas. We rarely drink it pure. Lavender has a rich aroma that is similar to a perfume. Because of this, it is used not only in food, but also for the production of fragrances and cosmetics.
The tea liquid has a bright infusion with a violet hue, soft and floral taste. Probably everyone who likes experimenting will like it.
Health Benefits of Lavender Tea
Lavender is especially popular among those who suffer from insomnia, people with depression, but it is not only these things that make it marketable.
- Nourishes the skin.
- Anti-aging properties.
- Relieve the symptoms of depression, headaches.
- Stimulate blood circulation.
- Relieve asthma symptoms.
- Help drinkers relax their minds and leads to a more peaceful sleep.
You can find details this on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavandula_angustifolia.
Important! You should advise your healthcare practitioner of the use of this herb. Nursing, pregnant or considering pregnancy should consult health care practitioner prior to using any herbs or tea.
How to Brew Lavender Tea
Since each person is different and everyone has their own preferences, we will share our recommendations.
- Water temperature: 80-100 degrees Celsius.
- Housewares: transparent, porcelain or ceramic teapot or mug.
- Number of brewing: 2-3.
- Amount of tea and volume of teapot: 1-2 teaspoon per 350 - 500 ml.
- Place the tea leaves into the teapot and pour water into it
- The first filling lasts a few seconds and the water must be drained, thus this washes the tea leaves.
- Pour water into teapot again
- Leave the mixture for at least 2-5 minutes
- Drain the water out from teapot and your tea is ready to serve
Combines well with: Dark Oolong, Stevia, Oolong #12, other flowers and herbs.
We hope you’ll enjoy it. Tea Village Team!