Flower infusions

  • Chamomile


    Possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, relaxant, anti-allergic and tranquilizing effects. Used in the alleviation of menstrual pains and digestive problems. Contains minerals such as Potassium, Manganese and Vitamin C. Its taste is not bitter, making it recommended for children.

  • Clitoria Ternatea


    Have you ever seen or tried blue desserts in Asian cuisine?

    Clitoria Ternatea has been used for centuries in Asia as a coloring agent for food and cosmetics. It is also a medicine of Ayurvedic medicine. The infusion of Clitoria supports the nervous system, improves mood, fights against depression, improves memory and improves brain functions. The antibacterial, antipyretic, and analgesic effect of the Clitoria are also scientifically proven. It even inhibits hair graying and improves the functioning of the eyes.

    The infusion of Clitoria flowers has a blue tint, alkaline and herbal-sweet taste. After adding lemon juice, the infusion changes the taste and color to purple or even pink.

    5 flowers / 250ml
    96 degrees C.
    5-10 minutes

  • Lavender


    Lavender is not only appreciated in the cosmetic industry, but in herbalism as well. Lavender infusion improves digestion and whets appetite. Lavender aroma soothes the nervous system, has a tranquilizing effect and stimulates mental activity.


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    Calendula infusion:

    - it is often used as a natural aid to the digestive system and as a remedy for gastric and duodenal ulcers, as well as for gallbladder disease, because it has a choleretic effect (we drink 1 hour before a meal 3 times a day)
    - has astringent and antibacterial properties, therefore it is suitable for disinfecting and healing wounds, even bee stings and rashes

    - stimulates the production of collagen in the places of cuts, which is why it is great for reducing scars and helps to eliminate stretch marks

    - also helps during menopause, because it has calming properties, lowering high heart rate and blood pressure.

    1 tbsp / 250ml

    96 degrees C.

    15-20 minutes under cover

  • Orange flower petals


    The infusion of dried orange blossom petals has unique properties:

    - improves mood, reduces mental tension - is recommended for sleep problems
    - regulates metabolism, has a diastolic effect - recommended for abdominal pain, also PMS

    - anti-inflammatory and whitening - used externally in the form of compresses for pale and oily skin with acne

    - it is refreshing, moisturizing and gently tones - used in natural cosmetics to produce Neroli oil

    - it is also used as a natural aphrodisiac.

    1 tbsp / 250ml
    96 degrees C.

    10 min

  • Pink cornflower petals


    Cornflower petals are valued in herbal medicine. The infusion is recommended:

    - in the case of diseases of the urinary system, kidney stones, thanks to its diuretic and antibacterial properties
    - in cardiovascular diseases thanks to anthocyanins preventing the fragility of blood vessels;
    it is also a frequent ingredient in cosmetics for couperose skin
    - in the case of conjunctivitis to wash the eyes and prepare compresses under the eyes, the infusion reduces swelling

    - against dandruff - an infusion rubbed into the scalp reduces its relapses

    - to fight mycosis in the form of a bath with the addition of cornflower infusion

    - to decorate dishes, enriching their taste

    1 tbsp / 250ml

    96 degrees C.

    5-7 min

  • Rose petals


    Real dried rose petals (an addition for tea)