Herbal Tea is a generic term for a hot beverage that uses other plant material to produce a tea other than the tea leaf (Camellia sinensis).
Herbal teas are used as a way to enjoy a hot beverage, still get antioxidants, but avoid caffeine.
In general herbal teas contain 0 mg of caffeine, but because many are produced in the same factories as regular teas, some contamination can occur.
In 2005 the Journal of Food Sciences conducted a study and tested a series of herbal teas. Here are their findings per 2 grams of common herbal teas.
|Herbal Tea Variety
|Orange & Spice (Bigelow)
|Wild Raspberry (Stash)
|Evening Delight Tea (Safeway)
|Peppermint Tea (Safeway)
As we can glean from the above data, some herbal teas do have trace amounts of caffeine. However, even for those ultra-sensitive to caffeine even .4 mg of caffeine would most likely go unnoticed.
Ingredients in Tea (Herbal)Various Plant Material Including Leaves, Stems, And Flowers From Plants Other Than The Camellia Sinensis Plant.
Is Herbal Tea high in caffeine?
Herbal Tea contains 0 mg of caffeine in a 8 fl oz cup.
This equates to 0.00 mg of caffeine for every fl oz and 0.00 mg for every 100 ml.