Just throw it in and brew – one of my favorite tea methods

I decided to go for the "throw it in the pot" style. Turns out this is a really fun way of brewing your own tea blends. Just throw in what you think will taste good together, and whatever ingredients you need to get their health benefits, and enjoy.

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27Teas Lemon Drop Chamomile

A warm, delicate balance between lemon, chamomile and rose hips. This blend has helped me wind down and relax in the afternoon. There's a very herbal, lightly earthy tone of the chamomile mixed with sweetness from the rose hips. To top it off, lemon adds a touch of sourness that just nibs your tongue.

27Teas Powering Off Minty Chamomile

A soothing, minty, refreshing tea perfect to wind down and relax the body and mind. There's a floral sweetness from the chamomile balanced just right with the minty freshness of the spearmint. In the background, you'll taste hints of raspberry and lemon making the tea even more relaxing. The first ingredient, marshmallow root, blends in with the chamomile, enhancing the earthy tone. Not only will this tea relax you, it has many health benefits. Marshmallow root has been used in tea since ancient times to calm inflammation and to loosen mucus membranes. One of the most common uses of marshmallow root is to help calm coughs due to its expectorant properties, and sooth sore throats. It also contains flavonoid antioxidants, which should contribute to your overall health.