Moroccan tea is a mixture of green and mint tea with a thirst-quenching and refreshing action. The Bedouins of North Africa have been drinking it for centuries to better withstand the torrid heat of those areas.
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In North Africa, Moroccan tea, made from green tea and mint, for its refreshing properties, is regularly drunk to better withstand the very high temperatures.
Mint, present in Moroccan tea, is used also in traditional medicine to prevent and treat coughs, phlegm and respiratory problems.
Infusion: take a teaspoon of herbal tea for a cup of water (250 ml).
Bring the water to a boil, then turn off and pour the herbal tea, leaving it to infuse for 2-3 minutes. Then filter and serve hot or warm.
You can sweeten it with stevia, agave juice, sugar, or another sweetener. We do not recommend honey because it should not be mixed with hot drinks because over a certain temperature it will ruin and may become harmful to your health.
Drink 2 to 4 cups a day.
NB: tea should not be left to infuse for more than 3 minutes, otherwise there is a risk that it will become too bitter.
Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool and dry place.