Definitions for tisanetɪˈzæn, -ˈzɑn
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infusion of e.g. dried or fresh flowers or leaves
A medicinal drink made from barley soaked in water
Any infusion or drink, especially medicinal or curative, made by steeping in hot water; a herbal tea
Origin: From ptisane, tisane, from πτισάνη.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
tē-zan′, n. a medicinal decoction. See Ptisan.
Herbal tea, or tisane, is any beverage made from the infusion or decoction of herbs, spices, or other plant material in hot water, and usually does not contain caffeine. These drinks are distinguished from true teas, as well as from decaffeinated tea, in which the caffeine has been removed. In many countries, the word 'tea' can only be used for leaves of the Camellia sinensis and therefore the phrase 'herbal tea' cannot be used. These beverages are therefore labelled infusion or tisane. Like beverages made from true teas, herbal teas can be served hot or cold. Herbal teas have been used for nearly as long as written history extends. Documents have been recovered dating back to Ancient Egypt and Ancient China that discuss the enjoyment and uses of herbal teas. Among the Chinese, herbal teas are commonly known as liang cha.
The numerical value of tisane in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of tisane in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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