Chicory (Chichorium intybus) Dried Root Herbal Tea
Chicory is a herb with a lot of health benefits. Chicory root contains a special class of carbohydrates known as fructans, a group containing inulin and oligofructoses. Chicory root is commonly known as a coffee substitute or as an additive for coffee. It can also be used for treating conditions like loss of appetite, stomach upset, constipation, rapid heartbeat and many more.
Evening Primrose (Oenothera semen) Dried Seeds Herbal Tea
Evening Primrose Seeds have amazing properties thanks to unsaturated fatty acids. The most important one is Gamma-linolenic acid - human body is not able to produce that acid itself and our food does not provide it in sufficient amounts. Gamma-linolenic acid supports proper development of nervous and muscle tissues, it also contributes to proper body mass. Thanks to it, we can achieve proper blood cholesterol levels, healthy skin, beautiful hair and strong nails.

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