One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An infusion of herbs as a refreshing or medicinal drink.
- ‘After I close the door, I wash my face and put wheat-germ lotion on it, scoop up and smell the peppermint-scented notes from under the herb tea box, put them in the Zimbabwean wicker basket, stretch out on the bed next to the phone.’
- ‘Evenings, Nat and Dara ate salads and wedges of fruit and drank iced herb tea with mint leaves.’
- ‘If the herbs cause a little stomach upset, drink the herb tea one hour after eating, or drink some fresh ginger juice before taking the formula, or eat some fresh ginger before the formula.’
- ‘However, it is unlikely that even high dose herbal pills can match the potency of a bulk herb tea.’
- ‘Patagonians live on an exclusive diet of meat and sips of mate, a herb tea that promises energy, resistance to fatigue, a dulling of hunger and absolutely no penalty in law for either possession or dealing.’
- ‘An herb tea should never be flat and flavorless.’
- ‘She filled a cup with a warm herb tea and set a spoon and a fork on the tray.’
- ‘Sometimes I put it on my face to soften and refresh it but I mainly buy it to have in my herb tea - camomile really relaxes me, and I drink it all day.’
- ‘Many Chinese people roast these seeds and take it as a single herb tea to control high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol and improve vision.’
- ‘This may be an herb tea appropriate for the condition that is being treated.’
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