Medicinal Tea for the Nerves - 10 Sachets
Get to know the Medicinal Tea for Nerves rich in calming and relaxing properties that contribute to the balance of the nervous system. Enjoy this powerful natural solution, and don't let your nerves rule your life!
Ingredients: 25% Fennel (plant), 25% Olive (leaves), 20% Hawthorn (leaves), 10% Lemon balm (plant), 10% Orange blossom and 10% Linden.
Box: 10 Sachets x 1.5grs = 15grs
Lemon balm - Lemon balm is a plant native to Western Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean. In Europe, lemon balm cultivation is predominant in multiple regions with a temperate climate. This plant has been used for about two centuries for medicinal purposes. But not only. It was discovered that lemon balm was a great ally in honey production due to its strong influence on hive productivity. The producers rubbed the leaves of lemon balm inside the hives to promote an increase in honey production. In addition, this plant was grown near the hives to increase pollination and attract other animals. The high number of flowers was beneficial for the quality and production of honey. They also help in the location of the hives.
In the 10th century, the Arab people considered this tea an ideal solution to treat bad moods and sadness.
Lemon balm tea is considered a natural solution with a calming effect that can be beneficial in the fight against menstrual cramps, insomnia, and stomach pains. It is bacteriostatic and can act as a natural antibiotic against bacteria. Help reduce anxiety and stress, offering you the feeling of body rest. Therefore, it will be able to favor your mood, leaving you calmer and free of muscular tensions. Lemon balm can be an ally for those who suffer from headaches, migraines, and even intestinal gas and gas pain. It can also positively influence the health of the skin and heart through its antioxidant power.
Orange Blossoms - according to historical accounts, the first orange trees appeared in India over 7000 years ago. It must have been in the 10th century that the first orange trees were produced for medicinal purposes in China. They contain therapeutic properties that can help fight insomnia, and even relieve migraines and menstrual cramps. In addition, they can promote a good mood.
Water temperature: 100º
Infusion time: 4 to 5 minutes.
Recommended quantity: 2 cups before each main meal, and at bedtime. This tea is a therapeutic formula, so it must be prepared with 4 sachets for a litre of water (1L) daily.
Method of preparation: place a teabag for every cup of boiled water. Let it rest, and you can consume it immediately, hot or cold.
Store in a cool (max. 20º) and dry place (max. 60% humidity).
Indications: To have a more effective result it is recommended that you take this tisane for 30 days. Therefore, you will have to acquire 12 boxes for this purpose.