Nowadays, it is an undeniable fact that mountain tea has a profound effect on our body. Scientific studies have proved that. More specifically, laboratory studies on the beneficial effect of mountain tea have already carried out by Universities of Patras and Ioannina, while University of Athens argues that the extracts of both Sideritis euboea and Sideritis clandestina are able to contribute proactively to osteoporosis given that, they fight against the loss of bone density and enhance the mechanical strength of bones. Not to mention the fact that, studies from Germany has come to the conclusion that, the mountain tea contributes to the treatment of Alzheimer disease
According to information from the website healthpress.gr, mountain tea prevents from:
- Inflammation of the upper respiratory tract.
- Indigestion and gastrointestinal disorders.
Also, mountain tea is considered as:
- And anxiolytic.
A few words about the composition of the herb:
The mountain tea contains numerous ingredients such as flavonoids, diterpenes, phenylpropionate, iridoids, monoterpenes which are vital for our organism.
Mountain Tea is a perennial herb of 50 cm height and belongs to the family of Labiatae (Lamiaceae). Its leaves are fluffy and slightly serrated. Its bracts are large, with a characteristic pointed shape. It flourishes in stony and rocky places, at high altitudes. In Greece, it is used for the production of beverages. It is worth commenting to say that, it is endangered, because it mainly comes from native populations. The flowering stems are dried so they can be preserved for a long time.
It is high time you tried BioParnon’s Mountain Tea in order to strengthen your immune system!