Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
You’ve just discovered the best Echinacea Tea. This is a Herbal Tea known for its exceptional herbaceous flavour and health-promoting properties. Once the choice of Native American communities, it has since become popular around the world. Be sure to buy Echinacea Tea from The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company, where every Loose Tea and Roast Coffee is packed fresh to order.
What is Echinacea Tea?
Echinacea is a perennial, herbaceous, flowering plant belonging to the daisy family. Native to eastern and central regions of North America, it thrives in moist to dry prairies and open wooded areas. The plant itself grows up to 140cm (four feet) tall and produces large purple flowers centred around an equally-sized cone. This cone, in turn, consists of a seed head with sharp spines.
The name “Echinacea” derives from the Greek “echinos”, meaning “hedgehog” - a reference to its spiked appearance. It is also called “Coneflower”, “Purple Coneflower”, “Sampson Root”, “Snakeroot”, “Scurvy Root”, and “Indian Head”. However, perhaps its most important feature is its leaves, which, when brewed, make a delicious and nutritional infusion of unparalleled character and charm.
Does Echinacea Tea Have Caffeine?
Making Tea with Echinacea isn’t the same as having Black, Green, White or Oolong Tea. The Camellia sinensis (Tea) plant is one of sixty plants to contain caffeine. The Echinacea Angustifolia plant of the Asteraceae family, on the other hand, is 100% free of the stimulant. While it might not help you out of bed in the morning, it is an excellent choice for those cutting down their caffeine intake.
What Does Echinacea Tea Taste Like?
It’s all fair and well discussing its botany and lack of a certain chemical compound. But what does Echinacea Tea taste like? What can you expect from the first to the last sip? Embrace a unique smoothness with distinct herbaceous notes and a curious tingling sensation on the palate. Such is its unmistakable allure that you’ll want to brew another cup in no time at all.
How to Brew Echinacea Herbal Tea
- Put Echinacea Loose Leaf Tea into a Tea Infuser or Filter.
- Place the Tea-filled accessory in a cup or mug.
- Pour freshly boiled water at 100°C over the leaves.
- Allow it to steep for 5-10 minutes.
How to Serve: Consider honey or lemon. Alternatively, serve without accompaniments.
Tasting Notes: Embrace herbaceous flavours with sweet, floral undertones and a minty aftertaste.
What is Echinacea Tea Good for?
Drink Echinacea Tea once, and you’ll receive a delight to the senses. Consume it on a frequent basis, and you’ll get its most remarkable health benefits. These are the product of its vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants, including its polysaccharides and lipoproteins working on a molecular level to support your wellness. There is the possibility of such chemical compounds achieving the following:
- Prevention of Cold Sores.
- Boosted Immunity.
- Improved Skin Health.
- Promoted Weight Loss.
- Insomnia and Anxiety Relief.
Please consider reading our Echinacea Tea Benefits article for the latest research and information.
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
CountryMore Than One Origin