Freeze-dried Herbal Aromas Tea ECO 10g

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Herbal Tea
Organic tea composed of herbs with a unique, intense aroma and taste. Thanks to the content of cooling mint and lemon balm with a fresh, citrus aroma, the tea is...
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Organic tea composed of herbs with a unique, intense aroma and taste. Thanks to the content of cooling mint and lemon balm with a fresh, citrus aroma, the tea is perfectly refreshing. The content of catnip additionally relaxes and, with regular use, improves psycho-physical fitness. Thanks to the freeze-drying process, the ingredients have retained their deep color, aroma and nutritional values.

What is freeze-drying?

Freeze drying is a drying process that removes water from the previously frozen raw material by means of the so-called sublimation, i.e. a direct transition to the vapor state without the liquid state. This process eliminates most of the microbiological contamination, thanks to which the raw material can be safely stored for a long time.

Why freeze-dried fruit?

90% of freeze-dried products retain their natural shape, color and aroma. Thanks to the possibility of carrying out the process at low temperatures, the raw material prepared by the freeze-drying method does not lose valuable vitamins and essential oils.

Ingredients

  • Mint
  • Lemon balm
  • Monarda - Beebalms
  • Nepeta - catnips
  • Polemonium - Jacob's-ladders

Mint

Mint tea is a popular remedy for digestive ailments. Mint for stomach ache and indigestion has been used for decades. However, it turns out that the properties of mint are much more numerous, and mint tea is just one of the many ways to use this herb alongside products such as mint tincture, mint juice or mint seeds and fresh mint. What effects can drinking mint daily have, and can everyone benefit from this product?

The most important medicinal substances found in mint leaves are: menthol, flavonoids, organic acids, mineral salts, bitterness and tannins.
Many studies have shown that mint (peppermint and other types) has an antioxidant effect, which translates into reducing the risk of developing civilization diseases, including obesity, atherosclerosis, and cancer. Mint contains many antioxidant substances that inhibit the activity of free radicals - compounds that cause damage at the cellular level and lead to the development of many health abnormalities, as well as aging.
The most important effects of mint are bactericidal, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, choleretic and choleretic. It is also worth mentioning the activity that stimulates the digestive system, stimulates the appetite and lowers blood pressure.
Therefore, the use of mint is especially indicated in the treatment of digestive disorders, flatulence, migraines, neuralgia, intestinal colic, menstrual disorders and excessive sweating.

Mint - Properties

  • Aids digestion
  • Relaxing
  • Choleretic
  • Carminative

Mint application

  • Digestive disorders (for indigestion, mint for flatulence, diseases of the biliary tract, and mint for vomiting)
  • Inhalation to relieve cough and colds
  • No appetite
  • Migraine
  • Neuralgia
  • Gingivitis and pharyngitis
  • Cosmetics industry (ingredient in shampoos, perfumes, lotions, etc.)

mint tea

Lemon Balm - properties

Lemon balm is also called lemon herb because of its aroma. Lemon balm leaves have been used in folk medicine for centuries. Lemon balm has calming properties, thanks to which drinking an infusion of lemon balm leaves before going to sleep accelerates falling asleep, and also has a calming effect on the stomach and intestines, which is why it is often recommended for people with irritable bowel syndrome. In addition, it has a good calming effect in vegetative neuroses, anxiety states, states of nervous excitement, stress and irritation.

Drinking lemon balm tea will help concentration and improve memory. In addition, lemon balm will soothe headaches and even migraine headaches. Lemon balm leaves also help with digestive problems, because they stimulate the secretion of gastric juice and bile, and thus accelerate the digestion of even very heavy dishes, such as pea soup, bigos or bean dishes. It can also be administered for colic and inflammation of the bile ducts. Lemon balm also has a diuretic effect. Lemon balm is also used in supplements supporting the processes of losing weight and maintaining an appropriate body weight.

Drinking lemon balm leaf tea on a regular basis lowers blood cholesterol, which can prevent the onset of atherosclerosis. In addition, thanks to its calming properties, it reduces blood pressure and the proper functioning of the circulatory system. Therefore, it is included in the dietary supplements for blood pressure.

This herb inhibits the process of lipid oxidation in the liver, i.e. prevents fatty liver and related ailments.
Interestingly, lemon balm oil has fungicidal and bactericidal properties, so it can be used as compresses against herpes, mycoses, and even insect bites.

lemon balm

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  • Mint
  • Lemon balm
  • Monarda - Beebalms
  • Nepeta - catnips
  • Polemonium - Jacob's-ladders
  • Pour 1 teaspoon with a glass of boiling water and leave it covered to infuse for about 10-15 minutes.
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Freeze-dried Herbal Aromas Tea ECO 10g
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