Romeo and Juliet tea is a unique duo of herbal blends made of the highest quality ingredients.
Julia tea (20g) is a delicate combination of rose, calendula petals, lemon verbena and chamomile, with a hint of precious saffron that supports well-being.
Romeo tea (20g) is a thoughtful composition of strong aromas of sage, oregano and gojnik, enriched with ginseng root, which helps to overcome stress, fatigue and improves concentration.
Yarrow - properties
The flowers and leaves are the medicinal raw material of the yarrow. You can use yarrow herb internally, such as tincture, infusion, oil, yarrow tea, but skin compresses can be equally effective (depending on ailments).
The healing properties of yarrow were known already in the Middle Ages, then it was used especially for its anti-haemorrhagic activity. Substances with a therapeutic effect found in the raw materials of yarrow include, among others essential oil, choline, magnesium, zinc, potassium and vitamin C. The tannins contained in yarrow have an astringent effect and give the plant and its preparations a bitter taste. And the flavonoids contained in yarrow have an analgesic, anti-inflammatory and diastolic role.
It is also worth highlighting the compounds characteristic especially for the yarrow herb - chamazulene, which has the ability to inhibit allergic and inflammatory reactions, as well as achillein. The latter is classified as cyanogenic glycosides - compounds from this group may be harmful to the human body in greater amounts, but in trace amounts achillein is responsible for inhibiting both internal and external bleeding. So it is the main compound that gives yarrow its characteristic healing properties.
This plant is primarily anti-haemorrhagic, removes harmful metabolic products, is anti-inflammatory and stimulates the appetite.
Yarrow and its healing properties
- Diastolic effect
- Stimulating the secretion of digestive juices
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- Diuretic functions
- Anti-arthritic properties
- Decontamination role
- Activity to inhibit bleeding
Sage - properties
The use of medicinal sage is very wide. Due to its many health-promoting properties, this herb is perfect for treating many diseases and ailments. Sage is most commonly used for inflammation of the mouth, angina, and sore throat. It copes well with aphthae, thrush and ulceration. Sage rinse is recommended for people who struggle with the problem of bleeding gums. The herbal infusion will also work well in the case of diseases of the upper respiratory tract. Medicinal sage is famous for its astringent and expectorant properties, which definitely facilitates the removal of residual bronchial secretions. Additionally, the drink is helpful in fighting fever. It is also common to use sage to relieve the symptoms of menstruation as well as menopause. The phytoestrogens and essential oil contained in it eliminate profuse bleeding and prevent sudden hot flashes.
It cannot be denied that the medicinal sage has a beneficial effect on the digestive system. Drinking sage tea regularly will stimulate the production of digestive juices and bile. In addition, it improves the digestive process itself and the absorption of food. It has been proven that sage also has relaxing properties - it prevents flatulence. Effectively lowers blood sugar levels. Sage is a good solution for nursing women who plan to end their lactation. Why? Because drinking this kind of infusion will inhibit the secretion of food. Many women have a problem with this after the end of the breastfeeding period. Sage herb greatly reduces sweating. Works well in skin care. The essential oil and flavonoids support the treatment of acne blemishes, scars and blemishes. Cosmetics based on sage perfectly moisturize the skin, and thus delay the aging process.
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