Herb teas have already been widely consumed in Europe for many years. The main reason that Europeans drunk herb teas was to help to alleviate or cure some minor health related syndromes. In Germany, chamomile and anise are the two most common herb teas that almost every family has at home. Chamomile acts as a sedative and is soothing for indigestion, asthma, headache and more; anise helps to induce sleep and bring on menstruation. Most of the pharmacies provide varieties of herb teas for people to purchase. In 1960, the “herb tea bag” was invented by a German pharmacist who infused different herbal teas with different aromatherapies into small bag, making them easy to transport. Nowadays, people drink herb teas not only for the aromatherapies but also for their refreshing, calming and exotic qualities.