Circulatory herbal tea for heavy legs - Aiguebelle
  • Circulatory herbal tea for heavy legs - Aiguebelle

Circulatory herbal tea for heavy legs - Aiguebelle

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This circulatory herbal tea was prepared and packaged by the monks of Notre Dame d'Aiguebelle Abbey (Montjoyer).


It associates with its benefits, thanks to its components, a pleasant taste.


Comfort herbal teas

A mixture of plants to promote blood circulation, in particular micro-circulation, to relieve heavy legs.


It contains hawthorn (flower), hazel (leaf), blackcurrant (leaf), millefeuille (flower), mistletoe (leaf), angelica (seed), myrtle (leaf).

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Light and toned legs

Supplier: Notre Dame d'Aiguebelle Abbey

Ingredients: Blueberry leaves, blackcurrant leaves, hibiscus calicules, yarrow flowers, red vine leaves, angelica seeds and myrtle leaves

Net Weight: 50g

Directions for use: The monks suggest that you use it 3 times a day as a 20-day cure. 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


Notre-Dame d'Aiguebelle Abbey is a French Trappist abbey, founded in 1137. It is located in the Drôme Provençale near Montélimar. After enduring the Hundred Years War and the Black Death, the abbey emptied of its few occupants during the Revolution. Fortunately, it is saved from destruction and pillage thanks to its geographic isolation. In 1815, some Trappist monks came to settle at the monastery. The community then quickly developed: in 1850, the abbey had 233 monks! She then leaves to found other monasteries ... In particular Our Lady of the Atlas in Algeria, who will be famous because of the martyrdom of her brothers in Tibhirine. Today, the nineteen monks (in 2018) of Aiguebelle Abbey follow the rule of Saint Benedict "ora et labora" ("pray and work"). The monks pray eight times a day (the first service is at 3:30 am!). They also work with their hands to support themselves. The brothers rely in particular on the exceptional natural setting that surrounds the Notre-Dame d'Aiguebelle abbey to offer 100% natural artisanal products: lavender essential oil, honey, herbal teas, flour ... But their bestsellers are notably the baume d'Aiguebelle, a healing balm against muscular and respiratory problems, and l'Alexion d'Aiguebelle, a non-alcoholic energy drink!

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