Hazelnut - Organic whole leaves - Infusion
Botanic Name : Corylus avellana Betulaceae
"Corylus" is derived from the greek word "corus", helmet, because of the involucre that covers the fruit. The name "Hazel" appeared during the 16th century. The latin name, Corylus avellana, evokes the mountainous region of Avellino, in Italy, where there is a lot of Hazel.
The common hazelnut tree combats cell ageing, which is why it is effective against rheumatism. Its soothing effect prevents mental fatigue and stress. It facilitates digestion and helps to fight against bad cholesterol.
In bag of 40G : organic whole leaves for herbal tea
Preparation suggestions :
For one litre of water, add the equivalent of one to three teaspoons of hazelnut powder and then pour in the boiling water. Leave to infuse for less than 5 minutes, depending on the desired taste. Sweeten your infusion with a little honey.
Precautions of use :
The classic precautions for Hazelnut : not for pregnant or breastfeeding women due to lack of data. As the plant contains tannins, it is better to take it away from any medicine or food supplement.
The indications given on this site are not therapeutic but informative. They are based on the traditional uses of plants in herbalism. They are not a medical prescription and cannot be substituted for a prescription. To confirm the uses of this product, please take advice from a health professional.
Our medicinal plants are 100% organic, pure, natural and cultivated exclusively on the Saint-Sylvain Farm in an artisanal way.
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No added flavours or preservatives. Our products are not medicines.