In order to make tea, dry leaves, fruit,
or blossoms are steeped in hot water. The term regular tea can be used to
describe both the heated water beverage produced from the leaves of the
Camellia sinensis plant as well as the plant itself. Tea has a lengthy history
and has been used as medicine for thousands of years in China and other
nations. After water, it is currently the beverage that is most commonly
consumed worldwide. For good reason, regular tea has been consumed by people
all over the globe for thousands of years.