Herbal teas are traditionally used to support body's functions, improve health conditions, promote recovery and prevent malfunctions and disorders. Herbs contain numerous bioactive ingredients, like polyphenols, phyllochinones, carotenes, alkaloids etc. with potential health related effects. Few of these were discovered and studied by modern science. Traditional herbal medicine, offer a variety of herbal teas recipes used for centuries for treatment and prevention of diseases. Herbal teas presented here are developed from traditional recipes with impact of modern knowledge of herbs properties and active ingredients. The teas are composed in traditional way, of raw herbs with minimal processing, and are provided loose in airtight jars to preserve volatile nutrients. Teas combine plants with synergistic and complimentary action. Blended herbal teas deliver more consistent and stable effect, offer better taste, higher safety and efficacy. Floraleads herbal teas are all natural and contain no flavors, no colors, no aromatizers or stabilizers. Herbal teas are frequently used as alternative medicines to help combat disease, maintain good health, improve metabolism and increase resistance to disease. Traditional herbal teas offer enjoyable taste and aroma.
Herbal teas from Floraleads GR

Tea Pulmonaria - promotes healthy bronchial passages-

Metabotropic - supports healthy metabolism and helps improve liver functions-

Tea Rousseau - promotes healthy circulation -

Tea Somnius - helps combat insomnia-

 

Tea Pulmonaria

herbal tea

The tea is traditionally used to help combat diseases of upper respiratory tract and improve conditions of bronchi-alveolar passages. Soothing, cough relieving and expectorant action is achieved through the combination of multiple herbs with different active ingredients. The tea can be taken regularly for long periods of time without either losing its effect or causing harm. As a preventative treatment during the cold time and to promote healthy bronchial passages make a tea with 1 - 2 tea spoons per cup, take 1-2 cups a day. To help combat cough, cold, bronchitis brew a tea using one table spoon per cup, take 3 - 4 cups a day. Or use 4 full table spoons to brew a quart of tea, put in the thermos and drink it hot during the day. Brewing suggestions: Add cold water bring to boil and allow to steep in a warm place for 10 - 15 min. Or ad boiling water and let steep under cover. To sweeten the tea, Raspberry jam, Linden or Buckwheat honey will be an excellent choice.
Ingredients: Lungwort, Shavegrass, Plantain, Coltsfoot, Mullein, Elderberry, Coughgrass, Linden, Cowslip, Shepherd’s purse, Poppy, Malva, Wild Cherry
4 oz - $ 8.89

 


Tea Rousseau

Rousseau tea supports healthy circulatory system

Named after Jean Jacques Rousseau, an18th century philosopher and writer, who was dedicated admirer of Periwinkle, one of tea ingredients. Apparently, due to the numerous references to Periwinkle in Rousseau's books, long time bestsellers in Europe, it became widely spread and popular garden plant all over the continent. However the use of Periwinkle in herbal medicines goes well below Rousseau times, and even below the dawn of European civilization. The tea is traditionally utilized to promote healthy cerebral circulation, to help improve the tonus of blood vessels and reduce blood pressure. In old folk medicine texts it was recommended as a remedy against the deterioration of olfactory perception, - in modern medicine a symptom suggesting possible problems with cerebral circulation. NOTE: people with low blood pressure should try the smallest dose first (half a cup made of 1 teaspoon per cup) and consider consulting with health care professional
Brewing suggestions: Use 1 - 2 tea spoons per cup. Bring to boil and let boil briefly. Let steep for 10 - 15 min.
Suggested use: Take 1 - 2 cups a day between the meals.
Ingredients: Blackberry, Bilberry, Hawthorn, Lemon Balm, Meadowsweet, Motherwort, Peppermint, Periwinkle
4 oz - $ 8.89


Microwave appears to be a method of choice for brewing of many herbal tea



Tea Somnius

herbal tea

Herbal tea traditionally used to combat sleeplessness. Somnius make sleep to come easy and improves the quality of sleep throughout the night. Depending of dose the tea has calming, sedative and sleep inducing action. In case of severe insomnia combine the tea with bath Tranquillity or Elegia, the tincture of Valerian.
Do not drink Somnius before driving. After consuming high doses of Somnius some people may experience next morning headaches, apparently related to the hypotensive action of tea - a cup of coffee will be a good remedy. The tea may cause strong sedative effect in sensitive individuals and may notably potentiate the action of sedative drugs. Due to its vasodilatatory action, Somnius is especially helpful for individuals with high blood pressure. At the same time Somnius may cause general weakness and transient headaches in persons with hypotension (low blood pressure). To be on the safe side, start using the tea with 1 teaspoon per cup and take 1/2 cup at a time. Adjust the dose according to organism response.
Brewing suggestions: Use 1 - 2 teaspoons per cup, bring to boil, let steep 10 -15 min. For beginners: use 1 teaspoon per cup, take half a cup before sleep. As a regular dose, take one cup before sleep.
Ingredients: Chamomile, Hops, Lemon balm, Marjoram, Motherwort, Poppy, Valerian root
4 oz - $ 8.89



Many herbal teas may stay for a day or two without significant loss of potency
Do not refrigerate herbal teas - precious nutrients will precipitate and no longer be available for assimilation



Herbal teas are all natural. No odors, no flavors, no artificial ingredients, no synthetic additives

 

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