Tea For Prostate: Make a Tea For Prostate and Men’s General Health

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Tea for Prostate

Let’s talk about tea for prostate health. This tea benefits the prostate but is also great for the health of men in general. Make some today!

So many of the herbal world focuses on women. From puberty to menstruation to childbirth to perimenopause and finally, menopause. There’s a lot to think about being a girl. But there isn’t a lot of focus on men. Today, we celebrate the guys in our lives with a tea for prostate and general men’s health.

Do Guys Drink Tea?

Sure, most commercials show guys drinking coffee. Black, rich, strong coffee. But the truth is, a lot of guys drink tea too. Some prefer it to coffee as there is a lot more variety without the caffeine. And they can drink it iced or hot, making it a perfect drink.

Tea for Men’s Health

Men’s bodies have some unique requirements. They have a prostrate where women don’t. They have a higher suggested caloric intake and often have more physically (though, not always!) demanding jobs. These are my suggestions for tea for prostate and general men’s health, and all are dried botanicals. Holy basil, ginseng root, hawthorn berries, saw palmetto berries, ginger, molasses, ginkgo leaves are all great for men’s health.

Tea for Prostate

Tea for Prostate: Blend for Men’s Health

Let’s talk about tea for prostate health. This tea benefits the prostate but is also great for the health of men in general. Make some today!
Prep Time
5 minutes
Active Time
10 minutes
Total Time
15 minutes
5 servings
Estimated Cost



To Make

  1. To begin making your tea for prostate health, in a small bowl, mix the molasses and ginger root.

  2. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well. Blending in this way will help to distribute the molasses better than just dripping into the mix and having it clump into balls of goo.

  3. Store this in a small jar until ready to use.

To Use

  1. Steep a teaspoon of the tea for prostate health blend in hot water for 7-10 minutes. The longer it sits, the stronger the flavor will be. This mix can also be iced. Molasses will add a subtle sweetness, but you can add honey or stevia to make it sweeter if you like.


This will make about 5 cups of tea for prostate health, and the tea blend can be doubled or tripled for more tea.


Serving: 1tsp | Calories: 6kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 2mg | Potassium: 11mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 1IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 2mg | Iron: 1mg
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Benefits of Tea for Prostate Ingredients

Each one of the ingredients has different benefits that can help the male body to function better.

  • Holy Basil is an adaptogen that aids the body adapt to whatever situation that life throws at it
  • Ginseng is also a powerful adaptogen
  • Hawthorn Berries can help with vein structure and blood flow
  • Saw Palmetto Berries can aid the function of the prostate making this a great tea for prostate health
  • Ginger Root is anti-inflammatory and warming
  • Molasses contains many vitamins and minerals while adding a bit of sweetness
  • Ginkgo Leaves can help with blood flow and memory, but too much can cause headaches in some

Alone, any of these would be good for a single tea, but together they make a great combination for the man in your life.

Can you use tea for prostate and general men’s health? You betcha!


About Debra Maslowski

Debra is a master gardener, a certified herbalist, a natural living instructor, and more. She taught Matt and Betsy how to make soap so they decided to bring her on as a staff writer! Debra recently started an organic herb farm in the mountains of Western North Carolina. You can even purchase her handmade products on Amazon!

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