Product Name : TEA LOVERS HAMPER
Product Code : TEA61infuser
Price : £29.99
Tea Lovers Hamper
This great hamper consist of 6 great tasting teas,
Quality and Freshness is important us as it is to you, therefore we supply our herbs and spices in a small range of sizes to meet your needs as well as your pocket, while ensuring they are as fresh as possible.
You also get a FREE tea infuser in the package
1. GINGER ROOT CUT -Ginger is a fiery root with rough beige skin and hard, juicy, pale yellow flesh. It can be used as a spice, fresh or dried and ground to a powder. The fresh, juicy root has a sweetly pungent taste and a perfume-like scent that makes it suitable for sweet or savoury dishes, whereas the dried ground root is much more fiery. Young ginger can also be preserved in sugar syrup or crystallised and rolled in sugar - in both cases it is then known as stem ginger. Ginger is popular in cuisines throughout Asia and Europe.
2. YERBA MATE TEA - Yerba Mate has been used for hundreds of years medicinally and as a tonic. Many of its benefits are confirmed by modern research. Others are not yet proven by science but have been observed during centuries of traditional practice.
3. HIBISCUS FLOWERS FINE CUT - Hibiscus or Hibiscus Sabdariffa is a lovely tropical flowering plant which flavours and colours many popular herbal teas, and contains high levels of anti-oxidants. Herbalists have used it to treat digestive problems, to soothe nerves and to lower blood pressure.
Hibiscus is a natural herbal product from the dried Flora parts (Calyces) of the plant (Hibiscus Sabdariffa). The infusion that results from steeping Hibiscus calyces in water is enjoyed both as ice cold drink and as a hot tea.
4. LEMON BALM -Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), a member of the mint family, is considered a calming herb. It was used as far back as the Middle Ages to reduce stress and anxiety, promote sleep, improve appetite, and ease pain and discomfort from indigestion (including gas and bloating, as well as colic). Even before the Middle Ages, lemon balm was steeped in wine to lift the spirits, help heal wounds, and treat venomous insect bites and stings. Today, lemon balm is often combined with other calming, soothing herbs, such as valerian, chamomile, and hops, to help promote relaxation. It is also used in creams to treat cold sores (oral herpes).
5. COMFREY HERBS - Comfrey is from the Latin word conferta, meaning "to grow together"; Symphytum has the same meaning in Greek. Comfrey is so named because it is used as a herbal remedy to knit bones, mend lacerations, and heal wounds. Typically applied to the skin, comfrey can be a valuable healing tool.
6. DRIED PEPPERMINT -While peppermint leaves are available throughout the year, they are especially good in warm weather when they can give a burst of cool flavour to a summery salad or beverage.