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Yogi Tea - Infusion 17 Bags - Jamisne The jasmine flower is friendly and charming. All concerns fade when you wrap your sweet aroma. This aromatic flower mitigate the concerns and everyday problems. Basil, pink, raspberry and a hint of spice complete this relaxing and contemplative te... Yogi tea 3,84€ In stock

Yogi Tea - Infusion 17 Bags - Jamisne

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The jasmine flower is friendly and charming. All concerns fade when you wrap your sweet aroma. This aromatic flower mitigate the concerns and everyday problems. Basil, pink, raspberry and a hint of spice complete this relaxing and contemplative tea. The essence of this tea is "Friendship and affection".

Green Tea with Jasmine
Jasmine tea is drunk since the time of the Chinese Song Dynasty about 1,200 d. C., and still remains the most popular tea in China. While a soft, round taste, numerous vitamins and important minerals are obtained: in it the advantages of jasmine flowers with the active components of green tea are combined.

Marshmallow, also known as hibiscus, already used in Greece for thousands of years as a medicinal plant; hence its Greek name, Althaea, which translates as "I heal." The hibiscus is a perennial plant that blooms from June to August and produces sweetish fruit in capsule form.

The "real ground" as called by the ancient Greeks basil, came to northern Europe in the twelfth century. It has a wonderful spicy aroma that stands ideally both Mediterranean cuisine and freshly prepared tea.

Licorice, also known as licorice, is known since antiquity as a medicinal plant and is one of the 50 basic herbs of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). It is 50 times sweeter than sugar and has a mildly sweet and between acid and bitter taste. Thanks to its valuable nutrients, licorice was chosen as officinal plant of the year in 2012.

Rosa canina
The dog rose, belonging to the Rosaceae, contains five times more vitamin C than lemon. Its aromatic fruits have a slightly bitter and sweet taste and have, in addition to fruit acids and minerals, iron and vitamins A, B, E, P and K.

Ginger is used in the Far East for over 3,000 years as a spice and herb ago. Has a spicy and fruity flavor and between addition of various vitamins, essential oils and appreciated contains minerals.

Rose petals
Rose petals off as gorgeous as it looks perfume. But this majestic plant is also regarded as a medicinal plant for thousands of years: in the seventeenth century, one in three drugs included roses. Rose petals have a delicate sweet incense and contain, in addition to essential oils, tannins beneficial.

Chamomile was known as the "most used herb medicine" and the late sixteenth century by the famous physician and botanist Hieronymus Bock. Thanks to its many beneficial properties, in 1987 was honored as the first "oficinal Plant of the Year" and in 2002 received the distinction of "herb of the year."

Everyone knows the unpleasant consequences of physical contact with nettles, but only a few know the beneficial components for which this plant between sour and spicy was already appreciated in antiquity: provitamin A, iron and quantity of mineral salts make the Nettle an important cash crop. The famous painter Albrecht Dürer regarded as "a gift from God."

The "father of all foods", translated from the Arabic word alfalfa, is prized for thousands of years for its beneficial components. In addition to protein, minerals and trace elements, alfalfa seeds contain many vitamins such as E, K, B6 and D. Alfalfa has a slightly nutty flavor between spicy and aromatic.

First discovered in 1696 and probably the result of crossing by chance Mentha aquatica and Mentha spicata, figure today among the most important medicinal plants in the world. Peppermint has a slightly spicy flavor and is popular worldwide for its refreshing aroma and its valued components. In 2004 he was elected as a medicinal plant of the year.

The name of this spice and medicinal plant from the Mediterranean area stems from the Latin word "salvare" which means "cure". Due to its fresh spicy and slightly bitter taste and its major components, sage was paid in gold and in ancient China.

Raspberry leaves
Most known as a sweet raspberry fruit for dessert, but this plant was already used in antiquity as a medicinal plant. Raspberry leaves have an extremely high content of vitamin C, providing further appreciated tannins.

Cinnamon is one of the world's most expensive spices and 3000 years must have been already used in China. C. as a spice and medicinal plant. Cinnamon is obtained from the bark of cinnamon South Asia, has a sweet aromatic flavor and contains numerous beneficial tannins and essential oils.

Cloves are the buttons on the clove tree and our latitude is known primarily as a spice in dishes like gingerbread or red cabbage. They belong to the Myrtaceae and have an intense spicy aroma, thanks to which in ancient China and Egypt were paid even gold.

Cardamom is, for thousands of years, one of the most popular spices in the entire Asian and Arab world. Its delicate flavor between spicy and sweet advocates the application of cardamom in many dishes, from spicy curry spice up Christmas sweets. Thanks to its essential oils and other important nutrients, cardamom is also one of the world's oldest medicinal plants.

Black pepper
Black pepper, also known as the "queen of spices" is now, along with the salt, the most important spice in the world. Originally came from the Malabar coast of India and has an intense spicy flavor and also with varying degrees of spiciness. Ancient medicine of Ayurveda recommends black pepper not only as a condiment, but also because of the valuable substances such as medicinal plant.

The kombucha is a symbiosis of different yeasts and drunk for thousands of years thanks to its unique aroma and its valued components. It tastes sweet and acidic and contains, plus vitamins C, B, D and K, iron and folic acid appreciated.

Pour 250 ml of freshly boiled water over the teabag. Leave it for 5 minutes.

* jasmine green tea, licorice *, hibiscus *, basil *, rose hips *, ginger *, rose petals *, jasmine extract, natural aroma, nettle *, chamomile *, alfalfa *, peppermint *, sage *, raspberry leaves *, cinnamon *, cloves *, cardamom *, black pepper *, dried kombucha drink *
* Organic Agriculture

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Expiration date: 03/18
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Tiene un sabor muy suave apto para todos los paladares, es muy agradable y reconfortante,repetiré seguro

da mucha tranquilidad

Si estás buscando el tipico té verde con sabor a jazmin, esta no es la mejor opción, casi no sabe a jazmin, se nita mucho mas el sabor a rosa y otros ingredientes


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