Relaxing respiratory and digestive infusion elaborated with linden, orange blossom, mint and balm, from certified ecological farming.
Properties of the aromatic formula
The linden has been traditionally used to solve nervous problems, but it is also very beneficial for the respiratory system, therefore, it relieves feelings of stress and anxiety. Important sleeping properties from which can benefit also the kids if they feel anxiety. It can also avoid or relief the spasms produced by asthma attacks. It has analgesic, antiviral and antibacterial properties, resulting in being a good natural antibiotic.
The nervous system is the most benefited for the orange blossom compounds, which has hypnotic and anxyolitic properties and fights the insomnia. It has an important vitamin C content that it converts in an aid for the flu processes and for the immune system. It also relieves the menstrual pain.
The main property of the mints is that are digestive, so, they act as an antispasmodic against the stomach pain. They are carminative, meaning that they help to expel gas from the intestine. They promote digestive secretions and bile by their choleretic properties. Moreover, are recognized their properties towards the respiratory system by decongesting the respiratory tract. They´re sweaty, therefore, they evaporate de body heat. Besides, relieve some migraines derived from bad blood circulation by improving its flow and also help in difficult menstruation, due to their emmenagogue properties. Mints are stimulating and toning without altering the central nervous system. They can also relieve the pain caused by rheumatic diseases.
The balm is powerful relaxing of the nervous affections. It relieves stress symptoms, depression, anguish, anxiety. It restores the emotional balance. It has properties slightly narcotic which are useful in cases of insomnia, it also relieves the physical manifestations of these nervous problems such as tachycardias or muscle spasms. Besides it is very positive for digestive system, relaxing the muscles of this when its affection has nervous origin and helping the digestion, boosts the bile production, relieves headache and menstrual pain.
Etymology of the main ingredients
LINDEN, “Tilia playphyllos”, “Tilia” refers to “wing” from ancient Greek “ptilon” due to few leaves close to the flower. “Platyphyllos”, Latin adjective that means “broad leaf”.
ORANGE BLOSSOM, “Citrus aurantium” “Citrus”, from Latin, classic name of the poncemer(citrus medica). The epithet comes from the Latin “aurantus” golden, for the color of its fruits. The name of its flower in Spanish Azahar comes from the classis Arab , az-zahr that means flowers.
MINT,”Mentha sativa” Etymologicaly “mentha” derives from Latin “mintha”, and it is the Greek name of Minta the nymph who became a plant. “Sativa”, means cultivated.
BALM, Due to the smell of its leaves. Cientific name: “Melissa officinalis”. “Melissa” Latin name of the bee. “Officinalis” refers to its medicinal use in the “offices”, pharmacy “offices”.
Slightly citrus taste entry and markedly orange. The mint leaves give a fresh finish to the mouth.