Verbena tea - Aiguebelle Monastery
(€108.00 / Kilo)
Verbena tea (Aloysia ctriodora) prepared and packaged by the monks of Aiguebelle Abbey. Monastery, church, handicraft workshop located in the heart of the Drôme Provençale.
To digest after a hearty meal by flavoring a hot drink or concentrated infusion to integrate into an ice cream, a sorbet ... a thousand and one recipes to invent with a plant useful in many ways.
Cultivated since ancient times, the Verveine has thousands of virtues: fight against migraines, nervousness, circulatory tonic, gastric pain, rheumatism ... But it is best known for its soothing benefits, to afford a small moment of comfortable break .
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As a prevention of winter or before going to bed, verbena tea will relax you and promote digestion.
Supplier: Notre Dame d'Aiguebelle Abbey
Ingredients: 100% fragrant verbena leaves
Net Weight: 25g
Usage tips :
- Heat the water in a saucepan and bring the water to a boil.
- Add the verbena leaves to the pot of boiling water.
- Let the verbena leaves infuse in the water for about ten minutes.
A little tip from the Brothers: naturally infused in a fruit salad, a real treat.
Made in Conditioned at the abbey in France - Plant from Morocco
The selection and conditioning of plants makes it possible to give a lasting activity to the sometimes elderly brothers of the abbey.
This plant is consumed all the time, and in all ways: perhaps one of the most aromatic herbs of all plants, it will delight you as well in infusion as in the kitchen or in leaves in your bath!
This vegan 'Verbena' herbal tea can be enjoyed at any time of the day and even in the evening before going to bed, for a moment of absolute relaxation.
marie Anne L. published the 08/04/2021 following an order made on 19/03/2021
je pensais recevoir une verveine local ou origine france ce qui n est pas le cas si l origine avait été précisé sur le site je n aurais pas commandé
Françoise F. published the 04/03/2021 following an order made on 15/02/2021