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Lady’s Mantle Tea

Lady’s mantle has been aiding women with menstruation, menopause, and weight loss for centuries.In Europe, it is traditionally used as a remedy for cough, flu, bleeding, inflammation, diarrhea, eczema, skin rashes, edema and menstruation problems. It has also been used as an herbal tea for high blood pressure and an infusion to treat diabetes.

Lavender Flower Tea

Apart from its divine smell, Lavender is also packed with medicinal benefits - it treats anxiety, stress and insomnia, it's amazing for skin and hair and helps your digestion work better!

Lemon Balm Tea

Lemon Balm has been used for centuries as a digestive aid and to calm frazzled nerves, but it is also great for headaches, migraines, stomach cramps and urinary infections.

Licorice Root Tea

Licorice - a tasty candy AND a powerful healing herb - it helps digestive and respiratory health, soothes the skin, heart and inflammation, relieves menstrual pains and anxiety, and it's excellent for your hair!

Linden Flower Tea

Linden flowers are a great everyday tea, but they also fight the colds and flu, help detoxify the body and prevent chronic illnesses, as well as ease your digestive health and calm you down as a natural sedative. And they're delicious!

Lingonberry Fruit Tea

Like with most herbal medicines, preparation and dosage of Lingonberry Fruit is a very simple procedure. Bellow you can find the exact dosages and preparations methods.

Lingonberry Leaf Tea

Lingonberry Leaf tea benefits the overall immune system, protecting the body against various infections and pathogens. The numerous anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds found in Lingonberry Leaf can relieve the common symptoms of arthritis, gout, headaches, and irritable bowel syndrome. It is also commonly used to treat urinary tract infections and high blood pressure.

Lovage Tea

Lovage tea benefits digestive processes, respiration, kidney and skin health. Lovage herb is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and soothing. It reduces the allergic response of your body, eliminating itchy eyes, runny noses, and other more serious allergic reactions.

Lungwort Leaf Tea

Lungwort Leaf tea benefits the respiratory system by treating conditions such as asthma, whooping cough, bronchitis, and chest infections. Lungwort Leaf uses also include treating indigestion and diarrhea, whole range of skin conditions including burns, ulcers, hemorrhoids, and eczema, as well as infections of the urinary tract like cystitis.

Mallow (Whole Flower) Tea

Like with most herbal medicines, preparation and dosage of Mallow (Whole Flower) is a very simple procedure. Bellow you can find the exact dosages and preparations methods.

Mallow Leaf And Flower Tea

Mallow leaf and flower have numerous health benefits: relieving pain, speeding healing, and protecting immune system. Mallow leaf and flower tincture is anti-inflammatory in action, treats respiratory illnesses and many digestive issues. It also increases milk production, helping new mothers.

Marigold Flower / Calendula Tea

Marigold/calendula is traditionally used to relieve minor burns, wounds, rashes and other skin problems. It is beneficial against cancer, UVB radiation, cramps and pains, as well as infections - conjunctivitis, athlete’s foot, candida, ear infections and ringworm.