06 Feb Wild pick tea
With this blend of licorice plants, elderberries and pine needles, you will feel completely disconnected from your daily activities. This wonderful earthy blend evokes thoughts of the forest. The smell of leaves, wood and moss. Can you hear the rustling of the leaves and the birds? There is a good chance that you will come across the licorice plant and elderberries during your wild picking walk while walking through the pine forest with your group.
Tip! You can drink this tea hot or cold with an ice cube in the summer.
Food fact: Did you know that this tea is also good for your respiratory tract? Tea with pine needles, among other things, contains a lot of vitamin A and C. It is used for asthma, persistent cough, corona, bronchitis and sore throat. Pine needle tea also has a diuretic effect and has a positive effect on the nervous system.
Recipe: You need 1 teaspoon of tea for a cup of tea and 1 tablespoon of tea for a pot of tea. Let your tea steep for 5-8 minutes and enjoy.