Summer Bouquet based Rosebay Willowherb Herbal Tea


Summer Bouquet – Rosebay Willowherb based tea mix with summer flowers infusions (Wild Cornflower, St. John’s wort, Calendula, Wild Thyme)

Rosebay Willowherb(Fireweed) tea promotes longevity and health, with a smooth, sweet, floral flavour. Rosebay Willowherb has been used safely as a herbal tea for hundreds of years in Siberia, Russia, and throughout Europe, both as a dried green leaf and as a fermented tea beverage. It is 100% natural, eco-friendly product that contains no artificial colouring agents, flavours or preservatives.

This wonderful natural beverage, which I have made with love, tastes fantastic and is sure to put you in a great mood! I hope you enjoy a lovely cuppa!

Rosebay willowherb benefits:
it is said to have more vitamin C than rosehips (which has up to 8 times more vitamin C than lemons), as well as containing
magnesium and B vitamins. This is supportive to the function of the heart and the immune system as well as being caffeine-free.

Wild Cornflower benefits:
reatmeant for fever, constipation, water retention, and chest congestion. They also take it as a liver and
gallbladder stimulant. Women also take it for menstrual disorders.

Calendula benefits:
Packed with antioxidants, has anti-fungal and antimicrobial properties and support oral health.

St John’s wort benefits:
St John’s wort is a herbal remedy that has been used for hundreds of years to treat mental health problems. Today it is mainly used as an over-the-counter remedy to treat mild and moderate depression, mild anxiety and sleep problems.

Wild Thyme benefits:
Deliciously scented it helps with breathing problems including cough, bronchitis, and swollen airways. Helps with kidney and bladder disorders, improve blood circulation, lower bad cholesterol, and treat intestinal gas and colic.

TYPE: Herbal Tea
CAFFEINE & TANNIN: Decaf (none)

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My interest in herbalism emerged from being a passionate gardener. Last year I started to experiment with the hand dying of yarn in particular using natural botanical pigments. I started to collect numerous plants to discover the pigment characteristics but I also learnt about the health benefits too. This is how my tea adventure began. I learnt about the process of collecting leaves and fermenting them at home. I then decided to combine my favourite flowers and herbs to make unique blends. Every combination is set up to serve a particular need of well-being such as relaxation, vitality or a boost of energy.

How to brew a HERBAL tea:

  • 1. Bring water to boiling
  • 2. Put your favourite tea into a teapot with at least ½ teaspoon of tea per cup of water
  • 3. Pour hot water into teapot and let it brew for about 5-8 min
  • 4. You can use tea again for another brew to release more goodness
  • 5. You can even refrigerate your brew for up to a week if desired.
Weight 0.1 kg