The history of loose herbs can be traced back to the high cultures of China, India, Persia, Egypt, Greece and up to the Roman Empire. The Romans fused many of their own ideas with those of the Greek.
In the Middle Ages the order of the Benedictine monks, spent a lot of time and effort on the cultivation and research.
Even today, just like back then, loose herbs still play an important role and enjoy great popularity.
The individual descriptions of possible relief for ailments is not meant as medical advice!
The beautiful white flowers of the chrysanthemum brew a light infusion that dances on your palate with sweet and subtle notes. The full blossoms are great by themselves or mixed into other teas. Grown in China.
Hibiscus brewes up a brillian red color with a sharp tang. It is very high in vitamin C. Hibiscus can be added to green and white teas to add a different flavor and color experience.
Organically grown in Burkina Faso.