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Infusion - Definition in Brewing Tea - Coffee/Tea - About.com
An infusion is a tea or herb that has been prepared as a beverage in a particular way. It is different from a decoction.
Tisane, Herbal Tea & Herbal Infusion Education
Learn about the difference between tea and herbal tea, find recipes for herbal infusions, explore the health benefits of herbal teas and more with this guide to ...
Herbal Tea Definition - What are Herbal Teas - Herbal Tea / Infusion ...
Herbal teas are also known as "tisanes" or "herbal infusions." Get the definition of herbal tea and learn what makes it different from so-called "true tea."
How To Make an Herbal Infusion - Herb Gardens - About.com
An herbal infusion is steeping herbs in hot water to extract their medicinal properties. It is an easy way to administer a tonic, or small dose of a healing herb.
Tisane Basics - What Are Tisanes / "Herbal Teas"? - Coffee/Tea
Herbal teas are a major part of the tea world, even though they're not technically teas. Learn about the ... What are Herbal Teas / Tisanes / Herbal Infusions?
Drying Herbs for Herbal Infusions - Coffee/Tea - About.com
You have an opportunity to make amazing herbal teas all year. ... You have a great opportunity to dry your own herbs for herbal infusions (also known as herbal ...
Tisane Definition - What are Tisanes - Herbal Tea / Tisane Definition
A beverage made from an infusion (steeping) or decoction (boiling) of herbs other ... Tisanes are also commonly known as "herbal teas," "herbal infusions" or  ...
Herbal Tea - Caffeine-Free Tisane Recipes - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Peppermint is blended with fennel seeds and lemon balm in this unusual twist on mint herbal infusions. Try this herbal tea recipe to soothe the mind and body.
Infusions vs Teas - Coffee/Tea - About.com
There has been much discussion about herbal infusions and teas on the Internet. However, very little of it takes into account that tea people and herbalists use ...
Herbs for hot infusions - Herb Gardens - About.com
This hot and spicy herb is best administered as a hot infusion. When dosing, remember that more is not always better, and nowhere is this more clear, than when ...
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