The chemicals used in making tea are called herbal medicines, and there are thousands of brands available.
Many of them are listed on the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) website as “prescription drugs.”
But there are plenty of alternative brands, too.
They’re called botanicals.
They are made by plants that aren’t commonly found in your local grocery store or drugstore.
They may not be approved for use in humans, but there are many that can help ease the symptoms of some serious health problems, such as migraines, anxiety, and memory loss.
And they’re all very cheap.
There are many tea companies making botanical teas, and they include tea extracts, botanical extracts, and botanical products, or botanically sourced ingredients.
Some are made in China, others in the US.
Some contain botanical ingredients in small amounts, others more widely.
But the vast majority of botanics sold are from the United States, and many of them come from a single source.
These are the most popular tea products.
They have a history of popularity in China.
Chinese teas are traditionally sweet and aromatic, and so the use of botanical and herbal ingredients has long been a part of the tea culture there.
In fact, the botanist, Wu Jing, wrote in a book about tea called “Wu Jing’s Guide to the Cultivation of Tea” that tea has a long history in China that stretches back to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), and that it was the result of centuries of cultivation of herbs and spices.
But tea is not the only botanical ingredient.
There’s a wide variety of tea extracts and botancially derived foods that are often used in Chinese herbal medicines.
For example, Chinese herbal teas contain herbs that have been cultivated in Europe for centuries, including ginger and cinnamon.
But these tea extracts aren’t actually herbal products.
Many Chinese herbal products are made from plants grown outside of China.
There is also an herbal tea made from tea leaves that’s traditionally used in Taiwan, Vietnam, Cambodia, and elsewhere.
In addition, there are botanical tea products that have come from South Korea.
And then there are the products that are made exclusively in the United Kingdom and the United states, which are usually made from herbal teabags, small bags of tea, and tea leaves, but with botanologically-derived ingredients that aren.
In this post, we’re going to focus on the botanical medicines that come from the US and the UK.
These products contain the same ingredients as the botany products, and are sold in the same locations, but they are sold with fewer ingredients.
They also come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
There have been botanaceutical companies in the UK since the 1970s, and the number of products made in the country has increased considerably in the past two decades.
But many of the companies are still run by a small group of people.
The UK is an extremely diverse place, and that has made it harder for many of these products to find a foothold in the market.
So, we’ll focus on products made by companies in Britain and the US, but also from around the world.
The US Tea Companies, UK Tea Companies and Other Foreign Brands in the Botanical Tea Industry There are a few types of tea that are commonly sold in China: Chinese teabag, Chinese tea bag, Chinese teapot, Chinese kettle, Chinese water tea, Chinese sugar tea, English tea, French tea, Indian tea, Spanish tea, Japanese tea, Korean tea, Indonesian tea, Malaysian tea, Taiwanese tea, Vietnamese tea, Turkish tea, Thai tea, Italian tea, Irish tea, Hungarian tea, Polish tea, Portuguese tea, Russian tea, Dutch tea, Swedish tea, Finnish tea, German tea, British tea, Icelandic tea, Belgian tea, Swiss tea, Czech tea, Norwegian tea, Danish tea, Greek tea, Hawaiian tea, Estonian tea, Persian tea, Romanian tea, Azerbaijani tea, Catalan tea, Croatian tea, Macedonian tea, Moroccan tea, Malay tea, Myanmar tea, Kurdish tea, Nepalese tea, Punjabi tea, Pakistani tea, Ukrainian tea, Sri Lankan tea, Uzbek tea, Serbian tea, Slovenian tea and more.
These tea products are sold by several tea companies, each with a different brand name, which is why we’re only going to look at one brand.
But let’s start by looking at the British brands.
First up, there’s Botanical Brands, a subsidiary of the UK-based company Tea Leaf Holdings.
The company has been around for nearly a decade and has a wide range of products, including tea bags, water teas (and, yes, tea teas), and herbal teapots.
Botanical Brands also has a botanical brand called BOTANIC.
It has a large line of herbal teaps, including the