Delicious Grand-St-Bernard organic herbal teas (box of 20) grown from organic farming in the Valais.

  1. Camomile
    Camomile

    Camomile is known for its anti-inflammatory and muscle relaxation properties. Used to treat the symptoms of digestive problems such as bloatedness and slow digestion. Used locally, camomile extract can be applied as a compress on skin disorders.

     

  2. Thyme
    Thyme

    Thyme is particularly good for aiding the airways and digestive tract. It is used to treat cough symptoms because of its antibacterial, expectorant and antitussive properties. It also benefits digestive problems as it relaxes the muscles and stimulates appetite.

     

  3. Lemon balm
    Lemon balm

    Lemon balm is a wonderful plant belonging to the honey family. It is used for its calming properties, especially in mild cases of sleep problems. It is also indicated for digestive problems. Lemon balm has antiviral properties, and works especially well for the herpes virus.

     

  4. Mint
    Mint

    Mint reduces muscle spasms in the digestive tract and bile ducts. It acts on the liver by stimulating bile production and also helps to release wind when bloating occurs. Mint has a stimulating action on the central nervous system. Mint tea is appreciated for its pleasant, refreshing flavour.

     

  5. Sage
    Sage

    Salvia comes from the Latin word “salvare” meaning to save. It reduces sweating, neutralises the secretion of saliva and milk and aids digestion. Because of its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, it is used as a mouthwash for mouth or throat infections.

     

  6. Lemon verbena
    Lemon verbena

    Fragranced verbena should not be confused with common verbena (verbena officinalis) which is not scented and used for a different purpose. It is particularly effective for digestion and mild neural complaints.