ORGANIC WILD MOUNTAIN TEA
Der griechische Bergtee ist berühmt und bekannt für seinen milden, leicht süßlichen Geschmack und seine wohltuenden Eigenschaften.
Der Bergtee ist nicht nur reich an Antioxidantien und stärkt das Immunsystem, sondern wirkt auch wohltuend auf den Magen und ist entzündungshemmend.
Der "organic wild mountain tea" von "Stories of Greek Origin" wächst wild im malerischen Pindos Gebirge. Die Kräuter werden von Hand geerntet und sorgfältig getrocknet und verpackt.
Blüten, Stile und Blätter sind gleich "wertvoll". Für eine Tasse 2-3 Zweiglein mit heißem Wasser überbrühen und ca. 3 Minuten ziehen lassen.
20 g in einer hochwertigen Metalldose
In the Greek mainland, in the area of Epeirus, in the breathtaking landscape of Pindos mountains our herbs are picked by hand exactly where the plants have been placed by nature and drying happens natural with extra care. Our offered packaging is premium metal–tin in order to safeguard herbs qualities for a very long time, hand- labeled with graphics which narrate its story and a lot of care and love up to the last detail.
“Stories of Greek Origins” wild aromatic herbs from Pindos Mountains are wildcrafted herbs of superior quality, ethereal and unique aromas, which carry on the original identity of Greece.
Mountain Tea is enormously popular in Greece, and used apart from its excellent taste, most often in winter when levels of physical activity decrease and colds, aches, and pains increase. It has a positive effect on almost anything that ails but, most notably, it is used for colds, respiratory problems, digestion, the immune system, mild anxiety, and as an anti-oxidant. It is also used as an anti-inflammatory and to reduce fever. Shepherd's Tea , as it is also known, is a very warming, stimulating beverage.
Scientists and botanists believe that wildcrafted herbs, (herbs gathered from the wild, not cultivated by man) are medicinally very pure and potent. Furthermore, since they are not processed somehow, they are less likely to lose their efficacy as they would if they were refined, like so many other teas. And geographically speaking, Greek Mountain Teas have an edge: high altitudes tend to produce greater concentrations of nutrients and essential oils.