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To support well-being
This traditional blossom tea helps the body to keep its balance. Already 3-4 cups a day contribute to the popularly called deacidification. Three to four cups of deacidification tea significantly facilitate the excretion of uric acid (human study with follow-up).
The strong colors of the flowers with their natural aromas flatter the sense of taste and underline its unusually distinctive character. Our blossom tea is reminiscent of a contemplative journey through lavender fields in Provence. It is processed by hand in order to preserve all the valuable substances that the flowers contain. The blossom tea shows a strong infusion. As experts say, it has a seductive touch and is a warm greeting from the people who have given this tea all their care.
Michael Droste-Laux® Blossom Tea is available as a 200g bulk pack, as a classic 100g in a light-protected amber glass and for a convenient infusion in the office, at work or for travel as a filter bag (25 pieces)
Excerpt from the monograph of the individual components of the flower tea
(DAB German Pharmacopoeia quality):
Rose hip seeds and skins (rosa canina)
Rosehip seeds and skins contain fruit acids, minerals and vitamin C.
Heather flowers (calluna vulgaris)
Heather blossoms contain the active ingredients flavone glycosides, rutin, which has a vasoactive effect, phenol glycoside arbutin and tannins.
Elderflower (sambucus nigra)
Elderflowers contain the active ingredients flavonoids, hydroxyphenylcarboxylic acids, triterpenes as solvents and essential oils.
Meadowsweet blossoms (Filipendula ulmaria)
Meadowsweet flowers contain salicylic acid compounds and essential oil.
Note: If you are known to be hypersensitive to salicylate, you should refrain from drinking the flower tea.
Cowslip flowers (primulae flos)
Cowslip flowers contain favonoids and saponins.
Note: If you have a known allergic reaction to primroses, you should exercise caution.
Lavender flowers (lavendula angustifolia)
Lavender flowers are rich in essential oils.
Hibiscus flowers (hibisci flos)
Aromaticum as a beauty drug and taste corrector.
This traditional blossom tea is used to support well-being. Helps the body keep its balance. Already 3 - 4 cups of flower tea daily can reduce the pH value of the urine.
For the optimal and sufficient quantity 3 cups in the morning, 2 cups at noon, 1 cup in the afternoon; also drink 1 liter of still water throughout the day.
Pour 1 liter of boiling water over 2 tablespoons of flowers and let it steep for about 10 minutes. Then strain and sweeten with honey, for example, to taste.
This product is not an alternative to a varied and balanced diet. If you are known to be hypersensitive to salicylate (mawweed blossoms), you should avoid drinking the tea. In the case of allergic reactions to rose hips, primroses and lavender flowers, appropriate caution should be exercised.
The alkaline blossom tea in the filter bag has the same composition as the open tea, but is prepared much more quickly. Due to the fine cut of the tea, the ingredients are unlocked and ready to drink immediately. We use unbleached, fine-pored filter paper without glue.
per 100 g: 25 g rosehips, 24 g heather flowers, 16 g elderflower flowers, 10 g meadowsweet flowers, 10 g cowslip leaves, 8 g lavender flowers, 7 g hibiscus flowers