Cistus incanus CISTUS HERB TEA orange peel , cornflower , lemon balm, mint 150g

  • Cistus incanus CISTUS HERB TEA orange peel , cornflower , lemon balm, mint 150g
  • Cistus incanus CISTUS HERB TEA orange peel , cornflower , lemon balm, mint 150g
  • Cistus incanus CISTUS HERB TEA orange peel , cornflower , lemon balm, mint 150g

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Cistus incanus CISTUS HERB TEA orange peel , cornflower , lemon balm, mint 150g
 
Diet supplement.



Ingredients: Cistus incanus herb 92%, orange peel 2%, cornflower 2%, 2% lemon balm, mint 2%

The product does not contain artificial flavors and dyes.

* Country of origin: non-EU

Best before: Expiration date and batch number are indicated on a sticker on the back of the pack. Protect from light. Store up to 30 ° C.

Available packaging: 150g, 1000g

* The lot number and country of origin on the packaging


 Our advantages:
- Always fresh
- MHD at least 1,5 year
- Always packed in durable bags certified
- fast delivery
- cheap price
 
Cistus incanus Cistus
This Zistrosenart is also called gray hairy rockrose. It is an up to one meter high aromatic smelling shrub. Cistus incanus, is a shrub belonging to the mallow family. The home of the rock rose on the Mediterranean, where it is used in folk medicine. The Cistus incanus contains about three times more polyphenols than black or green tea. A few years ago, it was found the startling effect of Cistus incanus for viruses. The ingredients of Grey Hairy Rockrose - Cistus incanus - obviously inhibit the growth of viruses of all kinds Cistus tea is a natural support for your immune system with a powerful tonic.. Cistus tea is rich in polyphenols for a healthy diet. To strengthen the defenses best every day to drink 1 liter Cistus tea.
 
Origin:
Our goods come from Turkey. Our Cistus tea is made from 100% wild-collected.
 
Knowing value:

Note: Our Cistus Incanus herb / tea is not a food after the Food Act and also no remedy within the meaning of the Medicines Act!

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