Due to its medicinal properties, Greek mountain tea has been one of the most popular Greek herbs since ancient times - and not only that. It has also been used as a daily refreshment and energy boost for many people around the world. Greek Mountain Tea (Sideritis, also known as ironwort) has been traditionally used to aid digestion and strengthen the immune system. Studies have shown that the Greek Mountain Tea has anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. Grown and packed in Grevena region in Greece.

 

What You'll Need: Dried mountain tea, a small saucepan, Water and Honey and/or lemon, if desired

 

Step 1: Prepare the pot: Take two to three stems per cup of tea. Break the stems and place in a small pot along with 8 - 10 fluid ounces of water for each cup of tea.

 

Step 2: Bring to a boil: Place the pot on your stove over medium high heat. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer for anywhere from on three minutes. Then pass the tea through a fine mesh strainer and enjoy it!

 

• Ingredients: mountain tea

• Origin: Grevena, Greece

• Net content: 50g

• Packaging: vacuum bag

Mountain tea 50gr Ospria Hasion

£2.50Price