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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
Strengthening immunity herbal package for the entire family
In autumn and winter we are particularly vulnerable to colds and upper respiratory infections, the best ways to keep your body in good shape and prevent disease provides us the nature.
£9.90Rated 5.00 out of 5
Herbal blend to strengthen immunity for children (over four years old)£3.10 – £3.90
Children are more vulnerable to penetration of microorganisms because their immune system is not fully mature, making them less resistant to infection. It is particularly difficult to avoid frequent infections in preschoolers and students.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
Dogwood – Cornus fruit
Dogwood fruit has a slightly bitter taste, similar to cherries and contains a lot of vitamin C. The therapeutic effect is similar to cranberries, but the most valued because of the high content of valuable micronutrients such as calcium, phosphorus and potassium, but primarily iron.
Echinacea root – Coneflower root£2.00 – £5.50
The roots of Echinacea contain phenolic glycoside- increases resistance to infection, chlorogenic acid- a natural antioxidant, inulin- supports weight loss, it is a prebiotic stimulates the growth of beneficial microflora in the gastrointestinal tract.Rated 5.00 out of 5
Pine – Pine buds£2.20 – £4.20
Pine buds are rich in many oder biologically active ingredients, but compound that distinguishes them among other medicinal plants is an essential oil, which contains in its composition, among others pinene. In herbal medicine pine buds are mainly used in catarrh and inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, acting expectorant.Rated 5.00 out of 5
Briar – Rosa canina fruit£1.55 – £2.00
Indications for the use of wild rose are states of poor health as a drug reinforcement. Very high vitamin C content increases resistance to infection (100 g of fruit is 840 mg of vitamin C, for comparison, in 100 g of lemon is up to 50 mg of vitamin) .
Raspberry – Raspberry dried fruit£3.90 – £7.00
They are a source of vitamins C, E and B vitamins, they are also a valuable component of minerals: iron, potassium, magnesium and calcium. Raspberry fruit outside and antipyretic properties of anti-also have antiviral properties, because in the states of viral infections are often advised to drink the juice of these tasty fruits.