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5 Click & Grow Plants You Didn't Realise You Could Use for Tea

5 Click & Grow Plants You Didn't Realise You Could Use for Tea

Herbal teas have been around for centuries. They come in a wide variety of flavours and can be enjoyed any time of year, even during the warmer months. A lot of juices and fizzy drinks tend to be consumed in summer but these can contain a lot of sugar. Herbal teas contain mostly water and phytonutrients which are good for your health. They’re also caffeine-free and a good source of antioxidants.

Check out these plants from our catalog that can be used to brew delicious cups of tea. All of these can easily be grown in your Click & Grow smart garden:

1. Thyme

In ancient times, thyme was associated with courage and bravery. It’s believed that the Greeks and Romans burned thyme to cleanse their homes. Thyme tea has a rich, earthy flavour with subtle mint undertones. It also pairs well with other herbs, such as peppermint, for customised tea blends.

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2. Cinnamon Basil

Did you know that cinnamon basil was taken into space by the Space Shuttle Endeavour? It’s also been grown on the International Space Station. Cinnamon basil makes a spicy, aromatic tea infusion. You could even add a drop of honey to further enhance the flavour.

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3. Holy Basil

In India, holy basil is considered a sacred herb and has been used for medicinal purposes for almost 3000 years. It has a sweet fragrance and a peppery bite with hints of clove. Its leaves can be used to make a very refreshing tea.

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4. Catnip

Native to Central Europe, catnip is widely known for its mellowing effect on cats. It’s also known to have calming effects on humans. A cup of catnip tea has a sweet grassy taste with a hint of citrus.

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5. Oregano

Oregano can be translated from its Greek origins as ‘joy of the mountain’. It’s a very appropriate name, considering how popular this herb is! Oregano has a peppery taste and calming aroma that makes for a distinct cup of tea. It can also be enjoyed with honey.

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