La Réconfortante Organic (15g Bag)
The large green leaves of lemon verbena are escorted by a magnificent retinue of whole flowers, white, orange, blue and mauve. This tisane is entirely handpicked within a beautiful herbalist farm in Quebec, known for the quality and integrity of all they cultivate.
The golden liquor is bright and citrusy deploying deeply the intensity of its aromatic oils. Its dominant fruitiness is enhanced in its finish by herbaceous and floral accents.
Emollient and cleansing, these plants will help to give the skin a burst of sunshine. They also help prevent pain and itchiness.
Antiseptic and antibacterial, recommended for digestive ailments, sore throats and colds. With essential oils of lemon verbena, this tea helps digestion after a heavy and well watered meal! The nervous system also derives benefits from these essential oils.
An everyday herbal tea, it brings joy to the heart.
: Lemon verbena, calendula (marigold), mallow, cornflower. (Lippia citriodora, Calendula officinalis, Malva sylvestris , Centaurea cyanus)
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This mixture was created especially to support immunity, and is entirely handpicked within a true ecological sanctuary of a local herbalist farm known for the quality and integrity of all they cultivate. It's distinguished by the spicy (pepper) and fruity (blueberry) character of the holy basil (also called tulsi).
La Rose Pourpre Organic (20g Bag)
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La Bergère Organic (20g Bag)
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Tisanes: Local Treasures to Discover
Fall his here and time has come to put on your favourite sweater, pull up a chair by the fire and sip something hot. Changing colours, temperature, rhythm… leaves cover the ground, leaving the trees
Fall his here and time has come to put on your favourite sweater, pull up a chair by the fire and