tea St John’s wort is known since antiquity for its properties as
healing wounds, diuretic and anxiolytic. Consult your doctor if you
are taking medication.
*of organic farming
40g / 1,41oz
away from sunlight and humidity
an infusion steeping in hot water a teaspoon of dry herbs per cup
(approximately 1,5g). Cover to prevent the evaporation of the
essential oils contained in herbs, and wait for 5-10 minutes. Strain
and enjoy plain or with honey, hot or cold.
time for the herbs to remane in hot water is indicative. Experiment
to see how strong you like the taste. Generally as much time remain
the herbs in the water the more bitter is the taste of the tea. If you
want to be the tea stronger, prefer to use a higher quantity of the
John’s wort (leaves and flowers) in a plastic bag, that protects
them from the external conditions. Do not forget that the enemy of
dried herbs is the sun and humidity.
preferred to pack the herbs in bulk rather than in bags, to avoid to
submit them to intense treatment, that reduces their physical
characteristics. The herbs are chopped into relatively large pieces
and put in a plastic bag with zip enclosure, which protects them against external
conditions. Do not forget that the sunlight and humidity can damage
the dried herbs. So our packages contain an amount that can be
consumed in reasonable time keeping the aromas, flavors and
beneficial properties of the ingredients to the last gram. Use paper
filters, metal filters or special tea pots and make the process of
making your tea part of the pleasure. Enjoy flavors from the moment
you open the jar to the last sip.