52 DIY Herbal Tea Recipes

Making your own tea might seem a bit intimidating, but it’s easier than you think. With the 52 Herbal Tea Recipes I’m sharing below you’ll discover the ease, convenience and benefits of making your own herbal tea.

Plus, don’t miss my FREE 24-Page Herbal Tea Guide below.

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Tea is more than a beverage, it’s an herbal remedy.

This quote describes it well:

Tea began as a medicine and grew into a beverage. ~Okakura Kakuzō

Tea is a perfectly simple way to access the health benefits of herbs. The quiet ritual of preparing and sipping a cup of tea is a wonderfully relaxing and peaceful practice.

Creating your own tea blends is easy and much less expensive than buying some of the pre-made bags at the store.

Homemade tea also makes a delightful herbal gift.

Below you’ll find a bunch of recipes you can make in your own kitchen, plus some simple solutions that make it easy.

Oh, and if you’re going to make your own tea, you might want one of these little beauties:Stump tea pot

This ForLife Stump Tea Pot is usually used for loose tea, but also works with tea bags. It holds about 18 ounces and makes approximately two-three cups of tea. It’s perfect for one or two people. I love it. See my full tea collection here.

Want to know just how easy it is to make your own tea? 

Watch my video here as I make my Cravings Buster Herbal Tea. It’s easier than you think — and get details on my favorite Tea Time Bottle. It makes homemade tea time so fun & simple.

On to the tea recipes . . .

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52 Herbal tea recipes

Especially for the immune system & treating illness

Ginger Tumeric Tea @ Home Grown and Healthy

ImmuniTea {Wellness Herbal Tea} @ Real Food Outlaws

Elderberry Tea @ Fresh Bites Daily

Power-packed Teas for Winter @ Studio Botanica

Sore Throat Herbal Remedy Tea @ Studio Botanica

Cold & Flu Fighting Apple Green Tea Tumeric Tonic @ A Harmony Healing

Chai

Approximate Indian Masala Chai Recipe @ Eco Karen

Winter Chai @ Real Food Outlaws

Homemade Chai Concentrate @ Nourishing Simplicity

Chai Tea Mix @ Economies of Kale

Infusion Chai Tea Caffeine Free + Immune Boosting @ Recipes to Nourish

Assorted Tea Blends

Apple Green Tea Turmeric Tonic @ Natural Herbal Living Magazine

Vitamin C Herbal Infusion @ Recipes to Nourish

Homemade Black Apple Tea Mix @ The Greenbacks Gal

After-Dinner Digestive Tea @ A Delightful Home

Peppermint Tea Recipe @ The Greenbacks Gal

Russian Tea (no powdered mix) @ The Greenbacks Gal

 Schisandra Five-Flavor Tea (adaptogen and stress) @ Divine Health from the Inside Out

Adaptogen Herbal Tea Blend for Stress and Adrenal Health @ Real Food Outlaws

Tummy Tamer Tea @ Natural Living Mama

Ginger Tummy Tamer Tea @ Girl Meets Nourishment

Lavender Tea @ Fresh Bites Daily

Autumn Tonic Tea @ Natural Herbal Living Magazine

Nettle Cinnamon Herbal Tea Infusion @ Recipes to Nourish

Jack Frost Tea @ Nourishing Simplicity

Rosy Black Tea @ Nourishing Simplicity

Make Your Own Tranquil Tea Blend @ Bulk Herb Store

 Soothing Lemon Tisane @ Nourishing Simplicity

{Better Than Starbucks} Chocolate Chai Tea Latte @ Home With Purpose

Especially for Women

Feminine Balance Tea @ Real Food Outlaws

Pregnancy Safe Headache Tea @ Real Food Outlaws

Herb Tea for Women @ Untrained Housewife

Mama’s Milk Tea @ Natural Living Mama

Pregnancy Nutrient Booster Tea @ Untrained Housewife

Crazy Pregnant Lady Tea @ Natural Living Mama

Beverages for Labor and Birth @ Authentic Parenting

Tumeric Tea for Menstrual Cramps and Heavy Bleeding @ Whole New Mom

Iced Tea Blends

Coconut Chai Spritzer @ A Girl Worth Saving

Nettle-Mint Iced Tea @ Real Food Outlaws

DIY Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade @ Keeper of the Home

Serendipi Tea – Refreshing Herbal Tea @ Real Food Outlaws

Iced Hibiscus Raspberry Green Tea @ Divine Health from the Inside Out

Cranberry Nettles Tea @ Divine Health from the Inside Out

How to Make Sun Tea @ Girl Meets Nourishment

How to Brew Kombucha @ Real Food RN

Babies & Kids

Teething Tea @ Real Food Outlaws

After school tea @ Mama Rosemary

Herbal Infusions for Children @ Mama Rosemary

Calm Kid Tea @ Natural Living Mama

Food Recipes with Tea

Rose Tea Jam @ Untrained Housewife

Pumpkin Hazelnut Chai Soup @ A Harmony Healing

Acai Berry Cranberry Tea Sherbet @ A Harmony Healing

More About Tea

Benefits of 5 Herbal Teas @ Tea Answers

About Herbal Infusions @ Mama Rosemary

Brew Fresh Herbal Tea on Your Coffee Maker @ Fresh Eggs daily

How to Make the Perfect Cup of Tea @ A Delightful Home

5 Resources to Help making
Your tea recipes simple

1-STAINLESS STEEL TEA KETTLE

Tea kettles have long been used to keep water heated for a quick cup anytime of the day. But, these delightful colors now available really brightens up the kitchen and tea prep time.

 

2-STAINLESS STEEL MESH STRAINER TEA BALL

By simply adding your mixed herbal tea recipe into the mesh balls, and placing in your tea pot, or tea cup you can steep your tea and keep the leaves separate. Remove the ball when you are finished steeping for a delightful, peaceful cup of hot tea anytime.

3-STAINLESS STEEL TEA FRENCH PRESS

I hear it work well for coffee too, but a french press allows the full flavor of the herbs to steep in the hot water, then when you are ready, simply push down the strainer to separate the herbs and pour your tea for a delicious, relaxing blend of your favorite recipe.

 4-SILICONE REUSABLE TEA BAGS

These silicone tea bags are delightfully affordable! Simple to use, you can make up a few ahead of time, for a quick cup of tea throughout the day. Because they are reusable you can simply rinse under warm water to wash, let dry, then refill with your favorite tea recipe blend.

5-English Tea Strainer

If you want that old-world experience for an afternoon tea time, then, an English Tea Strainer is a must. Simply spoon your tea leaves into the strainer. Set atop your tea cup, pour your hot water over the top. Allow the water to fill into the strainer, let steep for a few moments, remove the strainer and enjoy your afternoon tea.

Do you still prefer pre-made teas?

That’s OK… sometimes, I do too. Which is why I use the Art of Tea, they have some awesome tea flavorings. Plus, if you utilize my special referral link, you’ll receive a $10 credit.

Need More Tea Ideas?

Check out my tea collection:

tea collection

Or, go here to learn to make your own tea bags!

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Want to learn more about herbal tea?

Sign-up for my free 24-page guide!


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What’s your favorite tea?

I’d love to hear what teas you love, and how you prefer to make your cup. Share your tea recipes and stories in the comments with me.

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Stacy is a DIY obsessed, healthy living advocate. A preacher's wife and mom of three, she loves to encourage others to live a natural lifestyle.

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  1. What a amazing collection of tea recipes! Thanks so much for including my recipes! I adore tea and I will be trying these recipes soon. The assorted tea blend recipe from natural herbal living magazine under has a different recipe name when you click on the link it says Autumn tea blend.

    1. I’m not sure I understand. You can SIGN-UP FOR MY FREE 24-PAGE GUIDE! Just click above where it says to do so. Hope that helps.