CISTUS - 40 sachets of 3g Franciscan Herbal - Franciscan Monks - Traditional Old Herbal Recipe


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Herbal tea / Dietary supplement
Net weight: 120 g (40 sachets of 3 g)

Cistus is a genus that includes numerous plant species from the Mediterranean. The gray cistus covers warm sunny areas of limestone soils. Cistus herb and leaves contain significant amounts of polyphenolic compounds, including flavonoids.

Directions for use:
Pour a glass (about 200 ml) of boiling water over one sachet and leave it covered for about 10 minutes. Drink 2 glasses a day, before meals.

herb cistus gray (Cistus incanus Herba)

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. The product cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and eating a balanced diet are essential to good health. Tea is not recommended for people who are allergic to its ingredients. It should also not be consumed by pregnant and breastfeeding women.

Store at room temperature, in a dry place, out of reach of small children.

Content in the recommended daily dose
Ingredient Content in 2 sachets (400 ml of infusion)
Gray cistus leaf 6 g

Product description

The tradition of monastic herbs dates back to the fourth century. The Benedictine brothers were the first to spread the knowledge about the healing properties of the herbs among the faithful. They have made great contributions in this field. The Franciscan Order throughout the centuries have also educated many prominent herbalists. The high skills of the Franciscans were recognized in the twelfth century during their activities in the Holy Land, where they took care of shrines commemorating Bible events. The professionalism of herbalists, pharmacists and doctors in brown habits was then made famous all over the world. In Poland we have long traditions of herbal medicine. The most famous and valued herbalists of our Order are Father Andrzej Czeslaw Klimuszko and Father Grzegorz Sroka. Their achievements have always been a great inspiration to me. I studied their publications with enthusiasm and analysed their progress. My passion and enthusiasm for phytotherapy has been going on for many years. I am educated and cooperate with eminent specialists from scientific centers all over Poland. I want to continue the work of my outstanding predecessors and promote a healthy life-style. In the rooms where once a carpentry and lock smoke house I created the St. Herbarium. Francis. It was dedicated on August 15, 2007 by the Provincial of Ezra Biesoka, in the presence of invited guests. You can not only get a variety of herbs, herbal mixtures and teas. We have created a unique climate here. In the beautiful interior there are many people enjoying our tea and conversation with the sounds of atmospheric music. They have the opportunity to calm down, to break away from the hustle and bustle of the heart, to find a moment to meditate. We want to find peace and joy in this place.

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