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Aroma: honey aroma with wild flowers and light spice.
Taste: light sweetness of linden, freshness of eucalyptus and light bitterness of chamomile and birch leaves.
Ingredients: elderberries, mother and stepmother leaves, oregano, linden, chamomile, initial letter, lemon balm, clover, cranberry leaves, Iceland moss, calendula, birch leaves, eucalyptus, acacia, marsh, tansy, stevia.
Tea for the respiratory system. Contains antibacterial herbs, relieves inflammation, removes sputum, soothes cough. Recommended for piles.
Terms of maximum benefit
At the first signs of a cold.
After pneumonia, bronchitis of the coronavirus can be pre-inhaled: pour tea into a saucepan, without bringing to a boil to inhale steam deeply. When boiling - turn off. After the procedure, the tea can be strained and drunk. Duration of inhalations 5-10 minutes
Effect of collection
dilutes and removes sputum
anti-inflammatory and enveloping properties
restores mucous membranes
Recommendations for use
recommended for lung cleansing
when coughing and sore throat
at the first signs of a cold
What is he struggling with
when inhaled pierces the stuffy nose, bronchitis
to remove sputum from the lungs
useful for piles
Frequency of use
up to 5 times a day
How to brew herbal tea
1. Use purified bottled water. When using tap water (even after filtration), the taste and aroma of tea can be spoiled.
2. Rinse the teapot with boiling water.
3. To prepare a medium-strength drink, pour dry tea into a teapot just warmed with boiling water based on the proportion of 3 teaspoons of the collection per 0.5 liters of water.
4. For brewing, use water with a temperature of 90-95oC.
5. Infusion time - 5-10 minutes. After a maximum of 10-15 minutes, pour the drink from the teapot into cups, or pour it into a separate bowl.
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