A fragrant, tasty and healthy herbal tea that can be grown at home will help you meet the morning with a smile, spend the day in a vigorous state and relieve fatigue before bed.
The smell of fragrant freshly brewed tea, collected in your own flower bed, seems to cover with a warm blanket, every sip will give you freshness, a charge of vitality and health.
Tea herbs do not take up much space, they can be grown in a garden, in a flower bed.
Allocate 1.5-2 square meters of land on your site, the place should be sunny with protection from wind and draft. Divide this square into four equal parts.
In the middle, place the largest pot, 50-60 cm in diameter, and around - smaller pots, about 30 cm.
You can make a triangular or round grass area, the main thing is to correctly distribute the fragrant herbs. Set tall plants in the center and smaller ones at the edges.
Planting herbs is best done in spring or early summer. Choose a neutral soil, it is best to use a universal soil purchased at a flower shop.
Be sure to install drainage and feed the plants once a month. With the onset of cold weather, you should transport the pots of herbs indoors and continue growing on the balcony or in a room on the windowsill.
Herbal tea gives the drink subtle peppery notes and a pink hue, increases appetite, normalizes sleep, and relieves fatigue.
Basil is a highly branched plant, so plant in a center pot.
Also planted in a central pot. Lavender flowers will be a gorgeous decoration for your flower bed.
Lavender tea has a pleasant rich aroma and a soft green color.
From a cup of a fragrant drink drunk at night, sleep will be strong, and, waking up in the morning, you will feel an unprecedented lightness in the body.
It is planted in side pots for several plants in one container.
The pleasant smell of tea and the tonic effect of the drink can put the nervous system in order after a hard day at work.
A chilled drink with a lemon wedge is an excellent thirst quencher.
Its place is in the center of the composition.
To use a medicinal herb with a pronounced pungent taste for making tea should be used for colds, sore throat, and inflammatory processes of the gums.
Plant around the grass bed.
The most commonly used tea in home treatments.
Chamomile tea soothes stomach pains, relieves sore throat and upper respiratory tract.
A rosemary bush in a central flower bed will benefit the whole family.
The leaves and flowers are brewed and used as a tea for headaches, low blood pressure, rheumatism and general weakness.
And also rosemary is an irreplaceable seasoning for meat dishes.
The aromatic sage tea is reminiscent of mint, but richer in flavor.
A small portion of a warm drink improves stress resistance and relieves stress.
In addition, it noticeably facilitates well-being in case of colds.
It will fill the entire space near the flower bed with a pronounced spicy scent.
Peppermint should be brewed for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, tea relieves attacks of nausea and vomiting.
Plant in side pots.
Calendula is famous for its antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties.
It is rarely consumed in its pure form, it is mainly used as an additive for the beautiful golden color of tea.
Two plants in a central pot will be enough for a tea garden.
The fresh, sweetish-fruity smell of tea with strawberry leaves, drunk in the middle of the day, will delight you with an amazing taste.
This tea is useful for fast body fatigue, anemia, hypertension.
You need to plant in side pots, you will need 12-14 bushes in total.
Plant three plants in one of the side pots.
The lemon scent of tea will fill your room with freshness and tropical exoticism.
It is recommended to drink such a drink in case of stress, anxiety, it will gently soothe and normalize the nervous system.
This herb is planted in 3-5 pieces at 20 cm intervals in side pots.
Thyme tea has a pronounced spicy aroma, increases appetite, soothes coughing attacks with bronchitis, relieves antispasmodic pain in the stomach, and normalizes sleep.
Do not forget that the use of herbs for medicinal purposes must be approved by a doctor, as there is a risk of side effect in case of individual intolerance to one or another component.
The tea bed will decorate your backyard with dignity and become your home healer. Tea made from freshly picked flowers and herbs is most delicious, but you can dry fragrant herbs, put them in jars and enjoy delicious and healthy homemade teas all winter long.