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The blueberry herbal tea of La Courtisane, rich in antioxydants, is made with the whole fruit, including the leaves. It also contains elderberries. The purple color reminds you of the blueberry.
A strong floral and fruity taste gives you the impression that you’re eating a freshly picked fruit.
A mesmerizing mix of hibiscus, spices and cranberries. Transherb is proud to present this mix of Egyptian hibiscus flowers and spices from a small work cooperative in Sri Lanka who respects fair trade norms.
Net weight 90g
Abundant in the wild all over the Mediterranean, the rosemary loves limestone soil and is very suitable for dry and rocky regions. Leafy, fresh or dried branches of this condiment plant are also used for medicinal purposes. They are also commonly used to perfume grills, stews, stews, soups and other sauces.
– Internal: Fatigue, weakness, digestive and hepatic disorders, respiratory infections and the ENT sphere (ears, nose and throat), headaches. Infuse, for 10 minutes, 1 to 2 g dried rosemary in 150 ml boiling water; Take 2 to 3 cups a day.
– External: Rheumatic disorders and peripheral blood circulation (hands, feet, legs). Compress, soak the compresses of the base decoction warm (wounds) or warm (rheumatism, circulation) and apply, if necessary, on the parts to be treated.
The rosemary raises the savory dishes by bringing a touch of Provençal. Potatoes and lamb are his best alliances. It also seasoned grilled meats, white meats, tomatoes and rice very well. Do not hesitate to sprinkle your rosemary desserts! It will awaken the preparations based on fruit – compotes, jams and tarts – with apricots, figs and peaches in particular. It is also associated with dark chocolate and ganache. Think about how to infuse it in your creams and ice creams to flavor them with its sweet scent. In the Provençal gastronomic tradition, he enters the preparation of shortbreads with citrus fruits. Try to combine it with cinnamon: an unforgettable result. Finally, rosemary is a very melliferous plant. The bees draw a very fragrant honey. To discover…
Net Weight: 50g
Description: For more than 12,000 years, thyme is part of the daily life of humans, both for its medicinal, cosmetic and culinary uses. Thyme is still among the most frequently recommended herbs against coughing, inflammation of the respiratory tract and problems of digestion.
Thyme has many properties, it is a general stimulant, tonic, diuretic, aperitif.
Prepare a 10-minute infusion: one branch per cup of boiling water, preferably flowering twigs, sweeten with honey and consume after each meal.
In external use, hot compresses soaked in an infusion of chopped thyme promote healing.
You can also compose an aromatic bath, tonic by preparing a decoction of 300 g Thyme boiled in 1 liter of water to be mixed in the bath. This concentrated decoction is recommended to tone the scalp and to stop the fall of the hair.
Thyme is at the heart of the bouquet garni and is incorporated into many sauces or recipes: rabbit hunter, cassoulet, short broths, stews, pot au feu.
Trousseau said: “It is the enemy of the toxin”. This is another reason for using it in marinades and meats, which it pleasantly perfumes.