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Sideritis – Mountain tea cut herbs£3.20
Mountan tea is recommended in the time of increased morbidity for flu and cold – the resistance, acts anti-inflammatory, relieves cough. Tea from the healer is also calming, so it is recommended for people exposed to long-term stress and also weakened and tired.
Hibiscus – rose mallow£1.38 – £1.78
Hibiscus tea or Sudan mallow is a delicious drink with an unusual action. It is highly appreciated in Malaysia and India and in Egypt is almost a “national drink”. The infusion of hibiscus flowers have a red color and slightly sour taste, it is a merit of large amounts of vitamin C.Rated 5.00 out of 5
Herbal blend for cold (for children and adults)£3.10 – £3.90
Colds are a common problem of children and adults, particularly in the autumn and winter. Upper respiratory tract infection commonly referred to as the common cold is causing the characteristic symptoms such as fever, sore throat, runny or bone pain. These symptoms very effectively alleviate herbs.Rated 5.00 out of 5
Raspberry juice 100% without sugar 1l.
Raspberry juice is a natural complement to the daily diet, they can drink people of all ages, including children. The juice does not contain dyes and preservatives and sugar, it is a natural source of vitamins (C, E, B1, B2, B6), magnesium, potassium, iron and calcium.
Herbal blend for for headaches£4.90 – £6.90
Headache is a problem which concerns many of us. If you do not want or can not use chemical painkillers, a good way to headache will be the use of herbs. The list of herbs that soothe the headache is long, for this reason we have developed a herbal blend that contains herbs most effective in relieving headaches.
Great Nettle – Nettle leaf£2.00 – £3.90
Despite it’s rough exterior, nettle is one of the best remedies for various ailments: anemia (increases the amount of hemoglobin), high blood pressure, coughs and colds, congestion, unitary tract infections and kidney and many other problems.Rated 5.00 out of 5
Walnut – Walnut leaf£2.80 – £5.50
Young leaves collected in June, have very rich ingredients: tannins (astringent), terpenes (antibacterial), flavonoids, ellagic acid (which is an antioxidant, protects against cancer and supports the immune system), mineral salts and vitamins C, B, K and provitamin A.
Chamomile – Chamomile flower£2.50 – £4.00
Thanks to scientific research about chamomile tea benefits, we are coming to appreciate this popular tea in a whole new way. Chamomile flowers are widely used as a mild sedative, and is good for insomnia as well as many other nervous conditions.
Fennel fruits (seeds)£3.10
Poor fennel tea is also recommended for use in colic in infants and young mums as a stimulant for lactation. Fennel fruit is also recommended for respiratory diseases, especially infections, as an expectorant – tea increases the volume of bronchial secretion.
Rosa rugosa- rose petals
Traditionally rose petals were used during diarrhea, abdominal pain, and aids during colds because they do not show a strong grasp. The use of rose patches is indicated in infants and young children as an anti-inflammatory and diarrhea agent.