Ginger is a plant used for centuries in cooking and also for the well-being of the organism. It is a food rich in vitamins and antioxidants useful for relieving the sense of nausea, migraine, indigestion, heartburn and stomach pain. Furthermore, being rich in vitamin B, it can speed up metabolism and decrease the sense of hunger as a sliced snack, in this dehydrated version without sugar.
Ingredients: ginger, can contain traces of preservative E220 (Max 0.01%) fructose. Origin: Thailand Packaging: kraft bag with zip closure to save freshness.
The taste of lemon balm and its scent are reminiscent of lemon. It is known as one of the ingredients of the well-known Water of the Discalced Carmelites, a useful remedy in case of insomnia and nervous excitement. It has a soothing, relaxing, natural sedative effect. It can be used to enjoy an excellent herbal tea.
The expression dried fruit usually refers to walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, etc. In fact, we can consider any type of fruit as dried fruit, provided that it is deprived of most of its natural water content.
An infusion made from the petals of the fragrant and beautiful red hibiscus flowers. Much loved initially in North Africa, but its flavor ended up being appreciated throughout Europe. Its taste is very reminiscent of cherry and black cherry. Its beneficial effects are remarkable such as: rich in vitamins A, B, C, D, calcium, potassium and magnesium. It helps to counteract free radicals and hypertension thanks to its diuretic effect. It can also be used as an excellent anti-inflammatory for cystitis. Tasty both hot and cold with the addition of a slice of orange.
Dehydrated fruit salad is a mixture of vitamins good for our body. Suitable for small snacks and snacks also for children. Rich in all energetic properties, given the variety of fruit that makes up the fruit salad.
Tonka beans have a high content of coumarin, an anticoagulant substance which is present, in smaller quantities, also in lavender, licorice, cinnamon and strawberries. Tonka beans are excellent as a cough reliever.
This infusion with ginger and fennel as well as good and delicate on the palate, has truly beneficial properties for our body. Its draining and refreshing action is better than many medicines, and it is a healthy natural remedy.
Ginger is known for use as a spice in cooking and also for the well-being of the body. It is a food rich in vitamins and antioxidants, used for centuries to relieve the sense of nausea, migraines, indigestion, colds and stomach pain. Also, being tasty it can decrease the sense of hunger as a snack in pieces, in this dehydrated version without sugar.
Ingredients: ginger, may contain traces of preservative E220 (Max 0.01%) fructose. Origin: Thailand Packaging: kraft bag with zip that saves freshness.
Literally it means "Stem Tea" precisely because it is obtained from the sprig of the green tea plant aged at least 3 years. This gives this type of tea the characteristic of having a low theine content to the point of being able to be drunk all day without any problem and also enjoyed by elderly people. It recalls the grassy flavor of green tea but also the taste of hazelnuts and chestnuts. To be drunk during meals as a substitute for water and, if desired, also with the addition of rice malt or apple juice. (We recommend boiling for 6 to 10 minutes and letting it rest for as long)
Ingredients: toasted organic Kukicha leaves Origin: Japan
Cashews are essential oily fruits in slimming diets as they provide energy, relieve stress, satiate and relax the nervous system, promote good mood and fight hunger between meals but above all that that emerges when you are under pressure.