Herbal Tea Aloe Vera & Ginseng
Our Herbal Tea Aloe Vera & Ginseng is a mix of natural ingredients with essential active ingredients for your well-being. Balance your energy, take it anywhere and share your experience!
Ingredients: Mate, liquorice root, fennel, pieces of cinnamon, lemon verbena, nettle leaves, currant leaves, aloe vera pieces, spearmint, ginseng root, peppermint with aromas of blackcurrant and mint.
Mate and Ginseng - Energizing;
Liquorice and Nettle - Detoxifying;
Lemon Verbena - Invigorating;
Aloe Vera - Revitalizing.
Nettle – is a medicinal and wild plant of the Urticaceae family. Originally from Europe, Nettle is adept at mild climates, where it easily grows in vacant land or with lots of vegetation. In addition to being easily found in Europe, it is also possible to find this species in regions of Africa, Asia, and North America. In the 1st century AD. C., this plant would have been used by the Greeks in the well-known method that allowed the improvement and increase of male sexual potency. At the same time, it was used as an auxiliary method to treat rheumatic diseases.
Known as hierba de los ciegos, the nettle is an unfriendly plant. This fact is due to its agility in causing itching to those who come into contact with it.
Peppermint – is an aromatic plant of the Lamiaceae family, resulting from the union of two species of the 25 Menthas: Mentha aquatica with Mentha spicata. According to scientific data, the origin of peppermint is still unknown. However, it is thought to be possibly from England and North Africa. It was in 1696 that the first botanical record of this plant appeared in British territory, where it was applied for various purposes due to the high menthol content. In Arabic cuisine, it is quite common to mix peppermint with thyme as a spice. This versatile aromatic herb is often used in meat dishes, salads, and desserts.
About its medicinal properties, peppermint tea can help relieve indigestion, vomiting, headaches, muscle tension, fever and menstrual cramps.
Water temperature: 100º
Infusion time: 5 to 7 minutes.
Recommended quantity: 2 teaspoons per person. Approximately 4 g/cup.
Preparation: Place 2 teaspoons in 250 ml of boiled water in a container. Then cover it and let it infuse for 5 to 7 minutes. Finally, strain and you can consume this tea, hot or cold. Excellent for breakfast or late afternoon.
Store in a cool (max. 20º) and dry place (max. 60% humidity).
NOTE: The images shown were made in our company, however, the type of cut and dimensions of the plant may vary from supply to supply or time of year.