Cistus - cut
That's why Cistus tea from asper mill:
- Organic certified → View certificate
- Fine tea blend for nutritional supplementation
- High quality
- Residue controlled
- Cheap due to direct import
Our good Aspermühle Cistus tea contains the best plant parts of Cistus incanus tauricus and Cistus incanus creticus shrub, making it very aromatic and rich in polyphenols. It is therefore ideally suited for natural nutritional supplementation.
The Cistus variations get their name from the region in which they grow. So, for example, the Taurus Mountains in Turkey or the island of Crete in Greece. In these regions, the herb of the cistus bush, similar to mountain tea, has always been drunk as a tasty house tea.
- Favorable prices due to direct import:
We purchase our Cistus incanus tea directly from the producer and can thus always offer our customers fresh goods at favorable prices.
The delivery is of course light-protected packaging, so that no valuable ingredients are lost.
- General information about Cistus tea:
Cistus incanus, also called gray-haired cistus, is a shrub about 1m tall with pink aromatic smelling flowers. The Cistus shrub originates mainly from the Mediterranean region, where it has been used by people since about 400 BC and consumed mainly as a home tea.
At that time, ladanum, the resin of the cistus, was also exported to Sudan and Egypt, where it was valued as a remedy for bacterial and fungal infections.
In Greece, even today, the legend is told about how the cistus obtained its beneficial effects. According to the myth, the Greek gods had intended the plant for healing the wounds of warriors. The goddesses, on the other hand, thought that such a beautiful plant should serve to preserve the beauty of people. Thus, the plant was given both properties.
Nowadays, Cistus is highly appreciated throughout Europe. This is mainly because of its high content of polyphenols.
Because the Cistus Incanus shrub grows in the harsh climate of the Mediterranean, it is naturally rich in essential oils and resins.
As a result, Cistus naturally smells very aromatic and spicy, with a slightly tart note.
Aspermühle Cistus incanus tea blend is a dietary supplement with secondary plant compounds (polyphenols) and vitamins.
Ingredients: Cistus incanus tauricus(99%), Cistus incanus creticus(1%).
Usage: 2 times a day put one measuring cup (about 4.5g) in a teapot and pour half a liter(2 tea cups) of boiling water over it. Allow to steep for 5-10 minutes and then strain. Refine with honey and orange as needed. You will find the biodegradable measuring cup inside.
Warning: Do not exceed the specified recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Store out of reach of young children.
Characteristic ingredients and nutritional values per daily dose (9g):
2 x 4.5 g prepared in 0.5 liters of boiling water - 5 min. infusion time:
2 x 4.5 g prepared in 0.5 liters of boiling water - 10 min. infusion time:
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