49 DKK / 80 grams

Archaic. Cherish Delight Encourage

Old World Blends New Paradigms
100% Organic Herbal Tea

Cherish and delight in this ancient aphrodisiac formula that warms and encourages your heart – specifically selected pharmaceutical grade organic herbs combined for your wellbeing – belonging to a life full of love for yourself and your beloved.

100% Organic Herbal Tea blended with hibiscus, coriander, nettle leaves, mint, rooibos, orange peel, lemongrass, apple and ginger bits, cinnamon cloves, cardamon and natural aroma.

The most effective elements of this special tea are Coriander and Common Nettle

The history of Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) is one of the oldest herbs and spices on record and spans several centuries and has historical ties to the Ancient Greeks, the Renaissance and the Spanish Conquistadors.

Hippocrates, the Ancient Greek physician, recommended the use of coriander as a medicine.

Pliny mentioned that the highest quality coriander to be found in Italy was that which was grown in Egypt.  Coriander was mentioned in the Bible comparing it to Manna. Coriander seeds have been found in ruins dating back to 5000 B.C. As an aphrodisiac coriander is famous from it’s mention in the “Arabian Nights” where it was used in a concoction to cure a merchant of impotence. The Chinese believed coriander would provide immortality and used it in many love spells to help cure sexual impotence. The Greeks and Romans also prescribed coriander in their love potions and it’s even mentioned in Sanskrit. In the Middle Ages, there was a drink that was created by Hippocrates that became a staple at many wedding parties. It contains several herbs such as coriander, cardamom, clove, ginger, and cinnamon. This drink is called “Hippocras”.

The stems, leaves, seeds, essential oil, and roots of this plant all possess healing capabilities and can help in the treatment of digestive problems, joint pain, coughs, bronchitis, inflammation, rheumatism, and other common complaints.[1,2]

Common Nettle (Urtica dioica) is a dark, leafy green plant that is high in iron and considered to be very nutritious. For generations, women have used this herb after childbirth to treat anemia and as a galactagogue to help make more breast milk. It is also taken to treat prostate problems, urinary issues, gout, allergies, and hay fever.

Although this herb is safe to use after the birth of your baby, you should NOT use common nettle while you are pregnant.

Ehrlich, Steven D. NMD. Stinging Nettle. University of Maryland Medical System. 2011: Accessed June 21, 2012