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The name thyme is derived from the Greek word “thymon” which means brave, in ancient Greece, it was believed that thyme is a cure for shyness. Thyme contains essential oils main components are thymol and carvacrol thyme which owes its unusual odor.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
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.
Linden blossom – Littleleaf Lime flowers£1.58 – £2.78
The flowers are used for hypertension, their general sedative effect, calming the digestive system, in colds and flu ,reduce nasal congestion, and relieve throat irritation and cough, boosting the cardiovascular system, as well as relieve headache and migraine complaints.Rated 5.00 out of 5