anatis Cistus tea organic
Cistus incanus or cistrose grows in the Mediterranean and produces rose-like delicate flowers. Its leaves and buds have a resinous, sticky surface known in ancient times as Labdanum.
Brew 1 tablespoon of cistus tea (approx. 3 g) with 500 ml of boiling water and leave to draw for 5 minutes. With prolonged pulling, the tea becomes bitter. Gives 2 to 3 cup
Cistus BIO, cut (Cistus incanus).
- Without synthetic materials
- Without yeast, wheat, soy or egg
- Without added sugar
- Lactose and gluten-free
- Vegetarian/vegan: free of animal products
- Country of Origin: Argentina
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