Aromatic Tea – Hibiscus – Papyrus Ekavi


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Αn aromatic herbal tea that is ideal for the whole family and stands out thanks to its natural flavor. It is served hot or cold and comes in luxurious packaging!
Net Weight: 135g


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The unique collection of teas, “Greek Treasures” has rich flavors based on miraculous herbs of Greek countryside as hibiscus blossoms, rose petals, blueberries, mint, etc.

The luxurious packaging is decorated in the character of Mount Athos in papyrus type.

The aromatic tea papyrus Ekavi, thanks to hibiscus, contributes to good digestive function and better metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids.

Ηibiscus is appropriate for people with overweight problem with constipation and elevated lipids.

It has antioxidant properties due to its high content in vitamin C.

Components: Hibiscus and orange flowers, rose hip, orange peel, zampoukos fruits, strawberry and papaya, sweet pieces of apple and mango

Preparation: Add a small amount of aromatic tea in boiling water for 7-10 minutes.

Keep in shady and cool place.

Tea Collection: Greek Treasures
Net Weight: 135g

Tea is a daily habit of modern Greek. Enjoy it hot or cold and prefer for minor ailments. Regulates the organization has vitamins and is good for detoxifying the body and good mood. In each house, tea and highly aromatic tea fruit and herbs is an enjoyable and beneficial commodity.

Choose between different flavors, result of the herbs contained in tea series “Greek Treasures” according to your own needs and tastes. Teas of Greek land is a gift for our organization. An everyday habit and new combinations of flavors are a pleasant note.

Now even modern medicine admits that daily consumption of tea is a shield to diseases and deficiencies of nutrients in our body. One to two cups per day is sufficient for a balanced condition of the human body.

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Weight0.18 kg


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