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Thyme Honey and Herbal Tea to Overcome Stress and Boost Your Immunity

Greek thyme honey from Kalymnos and Rhodes islands, and herbal teas to defeat stress and strengthen your immunity: 


Greek Mountain Tea. 

Greek mountain tea is a drink brewed from the flowers and leaves of the Sideritis (Ironwort) plant. This plant is light green in color with a velvet stem and has a lot of healing properties. Being a powerful immunomodulator, mountain tea helps the body to beat disease in the shortest possible time.  

Wild Mint Tea.

Thanks to the menthol contained in the leaves, mountain mint can be used as a local anesthetic, for example, for toothache, and also has antispasmodic and antiseptic properties.  

Sage Tea. 

Sage has been used for many centuries at home to treat colds.
This is an interesting medicinal plant, which ancient doctors called the herb of immortality, the herb of well-being and health. Sage has a high content of essential oil, which has very useful healing properties.  

Linden Tea. 

Linden tea is a tasty and healthy drink obtained from the flowers of linden tree.
A characteristic feature of this drink is fragrant honey aroma and a very pleasant sweet taste. Natural sugars contained in linden flowers give sweetness to linden tea.  

Chamomile Tea.

Chamomile tea contains flavonoids and azulenes (organic compounds), that is, it has an antibacterial effect, so it helps to relieve internal inflammation. Chamomile tea is a mild antispasmodic, relieves muscle cramps, so it is recommended to drink it for headaches and with exacerbation of gastric diseases.

All the herbs are wild-harvested by hand in the mountains of Northern Greece and dried naturally. 

Greek Thyme Honey

Greek Thyme Honey from the island of Rhodes is known worldwide for its  delicate gourmet taste and beneficial properties that boost your immunity and help with flu and fever. 
It is a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals that cause cancer, cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders. 

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