Koro Valerian Herbal Tea 30g

Koro, Serbia

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Koro Valerian Herbal Tea 30g

Vaerlian tea Blends have a gentle, soothing effect on occasional nervousness or tension, and help in the relief of occasional sleeplessness.

The root of medicinal valerian has been used successfully for several centuries. This plant is extremely popular in both official medicine and non-traditional. From the root of valerian, mainly produce medicines that have a sedative, as well as spasmolytic effects.

Plant valerian grows in areas that are characterized by a temperate and subtropical climate, and its historical homeland is the Mediterranean.

Among plants this is the best sedative. It has the strongest sedative effect (able to relieve anxiety, eliminate spasms of the heart vessels, vessels in the gastrointestinal tract and biliary tract). Its action is due to special substances - valeportriates and sesquiterpenoids. They have one important property - they do not tolerate high temperatures. When heated, these substances are easily destroyed, so cooking the infusion of valerian produced in a cold way.

In Russian medicine the root of valerian is highly valued. It has been successfully used since the 18th century. It should be noted that this tool is widely in demand not only in medicine, but also in cooking. The root of valerian is dried and thoroughly grinded - in this form it is added to the composition of spices and spices or used as an independent spice.

The composition of the root of valerian is enriched with valuable amino acids, essential oils and important bio-active substances.

The benefits of the root of valerian for human health were mentioned by ancient scientists in their scientific works. The healers of Ancient Greece described valerian as a plant that could very favorably affect the nervous system. In the Middle Ages in many European countries, the root of valerian officinalis was often used to make a special tincture, which was recommended for use in various disorders and disorders of the nervous system. In all soothing herbal teas, the root of valerian is invariably present.

Contraindications: Valerian should be taken with extreme caution during pregnancy. With increased drowsiness and pain in the liver, it is also not advisable to use Valerian. Excessive use of valerian-containing drugs can provoke dizziness, headaches, disruption of the cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems.

Product of Kosovo (Serbia)

Net weight: 30g (20 tea bags)

(2439)

SKU 2439
Brand Koro, Serbia
Shipping Weight 0.0500kg

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