Inspired by the Mexican tradition, its warm and enveloping flavour to chocolate reassures the child that we all carry within. Its cool Minty sweetness us slows. The mind sharpens a few touches of chile. Hot spices like cardamom, clove and cinnamon Ayurvedic, energize the body. A fascinating and lively infusion to be enjoyed at any time. The essence of this infusion is: "Revitalize and meet".
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liquorice sweet stick, also known as licorice, is known since ancient times as a medicinal plant and is one of the 50 basic herbs of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). It is about 50 times sweeter than sugar and has a gently sweet and sour and bitter taste. Thanks to its valued nutrients, licorice was chosen as Officinal plant of the year in 2012.
Cacao cocoa seed Shell Shell has a soft and sweet scent similar to the seed itself, although it contains many fewer calories.
Peppermint Peppermint is one of the most popular varieties of mint, which makes it indispensable in a kitchen or garden that you Excel. The plant belongs to the family of the lamiales and grows to a height of 1.5 meters. It tastes refreshing and fruity, extremely aromatic.
Fennel fennel is one of the oldest medicinal plants which are known all over the world. Belongs to the umbelliferae family and is popular on an international scale from thousands of years ago by its intense aroma. Fennel has a flavor between spicy and sweet that it slightly reminiscent of anise.
Anise this annual plant, whose sweet-tasting fruit is revered by the man from thousands of years ago, flowers in Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean. Anise is formerly ofrendaba to the gods, and currently is in the kitchen, the sweet Christmas and as a delicious spice in many teas from YOGI TEA®.
Ginger Ginger is used in the far East for more than 3,000 years as spice and medicinal herb. It has a flavor between spicy and fruity and contains, in addition to various vitamins, essential oils and prized mineral.
Mint discovered for the first time in 1696 and probably the result of the intersection by chance of Mentha aquatica and Mentha spicata, is today among the most important medicinal plants of the world. The Peppermint has a slightly spicy flavour and is popular in the world for its refreshing aroma and its valued components. In 2004, she was elected as a medicinal plant of the year. Nettle everyone knows the unpleasant consequences of physical contact with nettles, but only a few know the beneficial components by which this plant between acidic and spicy was already appreciated in antiquity: provitamin A, iron, and amount of mineral salts to nettle become a major cash crop. The famous painter Alberto Durero considered it as «a gift from God».
Cinnamon cinnamon is one of the most expensive spices in the world and must have been used already in China 3,000 years BC as spice and medicinal plant. Cinnamon is obtained from the bark of the tree of South Asian cinnamon, has a sweet aromatic flavour and contains many tannins and beneficial oils.
Chile peppers annual Solanaceae are flourishing especially in countries such as Mexico, India, Thailand and Tanzania sunny. Its natural spicy flavor and its valued components make it a spice and medicinal plant of international importance.
Cardamom cardamom is, since thousands of years, one of the most popular around the world, Asian and Arabic spices. Its delicate aroma spicy and sweet leads the implementation of cardamom in many dishes, from curry to spicy Christmas sweets. Thanks to their essential oils and other important nutrients, cardamom is also one of the oldest medicinal plants of the world.
Nail nails are the buttons of the clove tree and at our latitude is known primarily as a spice in dishes such as the Spice bread or red cabbage. They belong to the Myrtaceae and possess an intense spicy aroma, thank you paid to which in ancient China and Egypt even with gold.
Black pepper black pepper, also known as the 'Queen of spices', is currently, along with the salt, the most important spice in the world. It comes originally from the coast of Malabar in the India and has an intense flavor and spicy at the same time with varying degrees of spiciness. The ancient medicine of Ayurveda recommends black pepper not only as a condiment, but also because its prized substances, as a medicinal plant.