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Naturprodukte Dr. Pandalis GmbH & Co. KG
Meadowsweet blossoms from controlled organic wild collection of European origin.
How the meadowsweet got its name, remains it's secret. Meadowsweet was formerly used to flavor mead, so today's name may have been derived from that. Already among the Celts the meadowsweet was considered a "sacred plant" and was worshiped because of the manifold applications. The meadowsweet was considered a queen among the plants in druids and "herbal witches". The Druids promised themselves the expulsion of demons and evil spirits. The powers of the meadowsweet flowers should also have an invigorating and cleansing effect on our blood. Meadowsweet is also known as "meadow queen" or "spiraea". What hardly anyone knows: aspirin is derived from these names, as the research of meadowsweet was considered as the basis for the development of aspirin. Unfortunately, aspirin is chemically isolated, but the original form in meadowsweet is natural and indigenous.
Pour 200 ml of fresh, boiling water over 1 teaspoon (1.5 g) of Mädesüßblüten Dr. Pandalis Bio Tee and leave it covered for 10 minutes.
Drink one cup daily.
The history of meadowsweet flowers and their well-known use is also known to Dr. Pandalis - an indigenous nutritional tip is Meadowsweet tea in combination with fresh bear's garlic leaves and fatty sea fish. Even in the cold season, a hot cup of Mädesüßblüten Dr. Pandalis Bio Tee is the right choice. Finally, we can recommend the meadowsweet flowers with a clear conscience, because, true to our philosophy, our Mädesüßblüten Dr. Pandalis Bio Tee contains the aromatic fragrant white-yellow flowers of meadowsweet from certified organic wild collection of European origin - a novelty in the pharmacy.