Good grief, John, you are old enough to remember a time before tea bags. Get a teapot, i.e. some sort of ceramic pot with a handle, spout and lid. Put some of the leaves in it and pour boiling water over them. Leave to brew for a few minutes. Pour through a tea strainer/sieve. Add some Cretan mountain honey if you prefer it sweetened. I've never tried it but it might also work with a piston type cafetière, e.g. Bodum, but you might still need a sieve.
Experiment with the ratio of leaves to water, the brewing time and the amount of honey until it is to your taste. Perhaps start with a teaspoon of leaves for a beaker of water. The more leaves you put for a given amount of water the stronger it will be but, obviously, it will cost more. For the same ratio of leaves to water the longer you leave it to brew the stronger it will be, at no additional cost, but possibly it will be more bitter?