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[Wellness Tea Gift] - Organic Greek Mountain Tea x Organic Greek Lavender
[Wellness Tea Gift] - Organic Greek Mountain Tea x Organic Greek Lavender
[Wellness Tea Gift] - Organic Greek Mountain Tea x Organic Greek Lavender
[Wellness Tea Gift] - Organic Greek Mountain Tea x Organic Greek Lavender

[Wellness Tea Gift] - Organic Greek Mountain Tea x Organic Greek Lavender

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High in anti-oxidant, anti-inflammation, full of nutrients and minerals to fight common cold. 

Greek Mountain Tea 

Greek mountain tea, "Sideritis scardic" (translated as 'he who is made of iron') also known as ironwort, mountain tea and shepherd's tea and has been enjoyed for 1,000 years for its pharmaceutical properties and biological activties that are beneficial to our human bodies.

It is indigenous in the Mediterranean zone, especially in the mountainous Greek lands. It has been traditionally used to aid digestion, strengthen the immune system and suppress common cold,  flu and other viruses, allergies, shortness of breath, sinus congestion, even pain and mild anxiety. It has high level of anti-oxidant and large amount of essential oils, flavonoids, iron and other phytonutrients. The herbs is typically dried before usage.

It is also one of the few herbs that have no contradictions nor side-effects due to over consumption, making it an excellent choice to enjoy safely be it cold or hot to warm or refreshing our body and shielding our health.
Greek mountain tea has been part of the mediterranean diet for centuries, they are very popular in Greece, Turkey, Albania, Kosovo, Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia. 

Read more about benefits of Greek Mountain Tea here.

How to enjoy our Organic Greek Mountain Tea
~ boil or steep 2-3g (appx 2 tablespoon) of leaves and flowers in a pot of water (appx 200ml) for 10-15 minutes. The longer you steep, the taste becomes more intense.
~ serve with honey for sweetening option. 

Organic Lavender

Lavender, Lavandula angustifolia, is a flower that is native in the Mediterranean region and North Africa. Though the flower is known for its pleasant aroma and is often used in cosmetics and cleaning products to add a fresh scent, it actually has a host of health benefits. Lavender oil is commonly use cosmetics use, however, it is toxic to swallow lavender oil. 

Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites. 

Read more about benefits of Lavender Tea here

How to enjoy our Organic Lavender Tea

~ steep small amount of organic lavender for 5 minutes in hot water;
~ add honey to sweeten the tea;
~ Longer infusion will make the tea stronger and more intense in flavour.
~ Lavender tea does not turn into purple colour after steeping, it has a light tea-hue colour and maximum steeping is 5minutes to enjoy the best aroma. 


About the producer : INONI GREEK ORGANIC HERBS

INONI is by 2 sisters, Renela and Alexia Giannakopoulou, with whom are scientific training and both are concerning the natural environment. The 2 sisters are graduates of the Faculty of Forestry and Natural Environment of AUTH. Both are also forester and environmentalist.  Alexia has also received her PhD in Active Substances of Pharmaceutical Aromatic Plants. 

Their farmland is situated on a hill of Monopigado, northern Greece, 30km from Thessaloniki, ideal for organic cultivation. The appropriate altitude with a particularly favourable microclimate, as shown by soil analysis and surveys related to the adaptability of aromatic plants to specific conditions, to successfully grow the crops. They aim to offer consumer premium quality products with unique taste. Most importantly, completely free of pesticide, hormones and chemical additives. Also they seek every consumer to understand the importance of the sustainability of natural resources. 

Harvesting is all by hand, reducing carbon footprint to the environment. Harvested herbs are selected carefully before they are sealed in air-tight environment.