Freeze-dried Flowers Tea ECO 5pcs

Dary Natury
Herbal Tea
Hand-composed bouquets of organic freeze-dried flowers. Catnip supports mental and physical fitness, and chamomile gently calms down and has a positive effect on the digestive system. Each bunch allows you...
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Hand-composed bouquets of organic freeze-dried flowers. Catnip supports mental and physical fitness, and chamomile gently calms down and has a positive effect on the digestive system. Each bunch allows you to create an infusion with an intense flavor and beautiful appearance.

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.


  • Beebalms
  • Catnips
  • Chamomile
  • Cornflower
  • Globe amaranth

Common chamomile - healing properties

Common chamomile is a well-known and valued medicinal herb. Grown in plantations and harvested from the wild. Only flower baskets are used as herbal raw material. Chamomile is used in various forms, the most famous being compresses and infusions, as well as chamomile baths.
Medicinal substances contained in chamomile, responsible for its soothing effect, are: essential oil, flavonoids, organic acids, choline, vitamin C, potassium, manganese and many others.
Summarizing the properties of chamomile, the following should be mentioned in particular:

Chamomile is most often used as a sedative in high levels of stress and nervous tension, and as a compress to wash infected wounds, ulcers and burns. In addition, it is used in disorders of the urinary and digestive system, as a diuretic and stimulating the production of digestive juices. It also has a diastolic, antibacterial and antiallergic effect.

Other applications of chamomile include the use in the cosmetics industry as an element of masks, lotions, bath lotions and many others. Additionally, it is also used in the production of liqueurs.

To sum up, we use chamomile on:
  • Flatulence
  • Inflammation of the urinary tract
  • Diarrhea and digestive disorders
  • Skin wounds
  • Stress and nervous tension
  • Preparations
  • Cosmetics
  • Liqueurs

Chamomile - contraindications:

It should be used with caution during pregnancy and the willingness to use it during this period should be consulted with a doctor - just like any herbal product. Chamomile is so safe that it can be used even in babies. Only people with a known chamomile allergy should avoid it.

chamomile tea

Thyme - properties

In thyme, we find primarily essential oil (which includes terpineol, linalool, thymol, cineol, borneol and bornyl acetate). In addition, we can distinguish flavonoids (flavonoids), B vitamins, vitamins A, C, E and K and minerals (manganese, selenium, iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium). It cannot be denied that the most popular component of thyme is thymol, i.e. essential oil. It is characterized by an antibacterial effect, which is why it is most often used in the preparation of mouthwashes.

In addition, thanks to its expectorant properties, it improves the work of bronchial cilia, which is useful in the case of bacterial infections of the throat and coughs. However, thanks to its antibacterial properties, it works well as a preparation for the treatment of skin lesions, especially acne. The flavonoids found in thyme have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antispasmodic and antifungal properties.

Minerals also play an important role. Manganese is responsible for the proper functioning of the muscular and nervous systems. Selenium strengthens the immune system and normalizes the work of the thyroid gland. Iron, in turn, is a component of hemoglobin, which transports oxygen, therefore it is needed for the proper development and regeneration of tissues. Calcium is responsible for strong bones, teeth and the acid-base balance in the body. Potassium lowers blood pressure, and magnesium supports the work of the muscular and nervous systems. Thyme is a source of vitamin C, the task of which is to increase the body's immunity and facilitate the absorption of iron. B vitamins contained in this herb, mainly riboflavin, affect normal eyesight and the transformation of amino acids.

Health properties of thyme

Studies have confirmed that thyme:

  • supports the respiratory system
  • it has antibacterial and aseptic properties therefore
  • it effectively soothes infections of the throat and mouth
  • it has an expectorant and diastolic effect - this property has been used to make syrups for dry and wet coughs
  • supports the digestive system - preparations based on thyme are used to treat gastritis, soothe irritated intestines and liver problems
  • prevents diarrhea
  • has an anti-inflammatory effect
  • soothes rheumatic pains (RA)
  • disinfects the dental canals
  • soothes inflammation of the vagina

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  • Beebalms
  • Catnips
  • Chamomile
  • Cornflower
  • Globe amaranth
  • 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 Flowers Tea ECO 5pcs
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