Breathing herbal tea - Aiguebelle Abbey
(€104.00 / Kg)
The beginning of winter is conducive to the return of respiratory ailments of all kinds. They weaken us, and tire us, but it is possible to mitigate them thanks to medicinal plants.
This respiratory tea was prepared and packaged by the monks of Notre Dame d'Aiguebelle Abbey (Montjoyer).
Its rich components combine with its virtues a pleasant taste.
Composition: linden, hyssop, mistletoe (flower), chamomile (flower), angelica (seed), pine bud, peppermint, lavandin.
Supplier: Notre Dame d'Aiguebelle Abbey
Ingredients: Linden, hyssop, mistletoe (leaf), chamomile (flower), angelica (seed), pine bud, peppermint, lavandin.
Net Weight: 50g
Directions for use: As a 20-day cure to drink 3 times a day. To do so, stir 1 tablespoon in a bowl of very hot water. As with any infusion, it is best not to bring this water to a boil. Infuse for 5 minutes to allow the active ingredients to disperse. You can then, at your convenience, enjoy your cold or hot drink at any time of the day. It is preferable to respect the recommended doses and duration.
Made in France
The Aiguebelle abbey:
The community of Aiguebelle will develop rapidly: in 1850, it has 233 monks, and found many other monasteries, most of which are still alive: Staouéli who became ND of the Atlas in Algeria (from which two new communities were born : ND of Tibhirine in Algeria and ND of the Atlas in Morocco), Les Neiges in Ardèche, the Desert near Toulouse, the Dombes north-east of Lyon, Acey in the Jura then Koutaba in Cameroon. She also ensures the paternity of a community of nuns: N.D. de Bon Secours (Blauvac) in Vaucluse.
Anonymous customer published the 30/11/2021 following an order made on 24/10/2021
Anonymous customer published the 27/10/2021 following an order made on 07/10/2021
Parfait continuez ainsi
Anonymous customer published the 29/09/2021 following an order made on 18/09/2021
Anonymous customer published the 02/03/2021 following an order made on 10/02/2021
C est un très bon produit que j achete normalement à Chalais