Aromatic herbs have been part of the Greek culture for thousands of years in the making of medicines, in rituals and in the kitchen. In ancient Greece, medicinal plants were extensively used by rhizotomists, the persons related to therapeutic herb collection and supply.
One of the most popular ways to take herbs is in tea form. Making herbal tea involves steeping or cooking the herbs in water in a pot and straining the liquid, which you drink.
The advantage of taking herbs in this way is that they are quickly absorbed by the body, so the results may be immediate. You may need to take the tea several times per day, over a period of time, however, to notice long-term results.
Boil water (200ml at 95ᵒC/203ᵒF) and withdraw it from heat. Add ½ tablespoon of herb and steep it for 3-5 minutes (depending on your taste preference), allowing flavor and essential oils to be released. Strain the herb. Add raw honey in your warm tea, as a sweetener, if desired