What makes it great
The fruit of thorns is used for anemia, atherosclerosis, vitamin C deficiency, which is important for metabolism, as well as for the body's resistance to infectious diseases and work capacity building. Treatment of liver and gallbladder diseases. In folk medicine, the fruit of thorns is used for the prevention and treatment of influenza and colds, as a means of promoting urine output.
- Melissa is used as a sedative, analgesic, anticonvulsant, and is also suitable for insomnia, from increased irritability, or for the relief of severe headaches. It also improves heart function and treats heart problems. Melissa infusions and decoctions rinse the oral cavity in case of gum inflammation or toothache and also promote sweating. Melissa compresses are applied to neuralgic and rheumatic pains and healing wounds that are difficult to heal.
- Linden tea is an aromatic, alert drink. Most commonly used as a sweating inducer in colds, bronchitis, influenza, mouth rinses, inflammation of the lining, angina, stomatitis. Useful inhalations of linden blossoms in upper respiratory tract diseases, coughing. It decreases body temperature. It also has urinary properties, helps with kidney stones.
- Chamomile flowers help to relieve stomach and intestinal cramps, cure diarrhea, flatulence, activate the digestive tract and stimulate sweating. The antiseptic effect is used to rinse the mouth in case of inflammation of mucous membranes or gums, to treat skin rashes, sunburned or frostbitten skin. Folk medicine advises using chamomile tea in colds and as a soothing remedy at bedtime.
Ingredients: blackthorn 36,3 %, balm leaves 27,3 %, linden blossom 18,2 %, chamomile blossom 18,2 %.
Preparation instructions: pour boiling water over 1-2 teabags, leave to steep covered for 5-10 min and strain. You can taste it with sugar or honey, a slice of lemon. Drink several times a day by letting the herbs take care of your well-being. Store in a dry and well-ventilated room.