• Chinese Tea

  • Composition herbal teas

    Collect (composition) herbal teas can be extremely varied and depend on the taste and well-being. In the mix is always desirable to include a fragrant grass (oregano, mint, lemon balm, thyme, etc.).

    Apply a mixture of two or three herbs is not recommended: scents may destroy each other or mingle in an unpleasant odor. Typically, the collection must be a fragrant grass and a few neutral herbs. Morning tea is recommended that you drink toning (Angelica, leaves of wild strawberry, flowers and leaves of clover, magnolia, lavender, lovage, etc.).

    Evening, better to drink calming herbal teas (St. John's wort, willow tea, raspberry leaf, peppermint, chamomile, lemon balm, primrose, leaf cherry, etc.). In winter and early spring, preferably multivitamin drink herbal teas (leaves of raspberry, blackberry, black currant, nettle, carrot, rose hips, mountain ash , barberry, sea buckthorn, black currant, etc.).

    In the summer of herbal tea is prepared only with fresh herbs, this time of year should be used with maximum benefit to the organism.


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