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Good Nature Fruit Tea Assortment

Unique by their quality, our fruit teas will undoubtedly replace the highly caloric, artificial beverages offered on the market. Each conveniently packaged tea bag contains a mixture of dried fruits and plants that complement one another with perfect harmony. The fruit teas have a beneficial and a refreshing effect on the whole human body.

It's time for nature, it's time for tea. Good Nature. A full cup of nature.
Blueberry
Blueberry Fruit Tea
Combination of dried blackberry fruit with other botanical raw material. Meant for those that like the taste of wild blackberries.
Apple
Apple Fruit Tea
Outstanding mixture of dried fruit with dominant apple aroma, underlined with cinnamon taste.
Strawberry
Strawberry Fruit Tea
The taste of fresh strawberry, interwoven with intriguing mixture of other plants.
Orange
Orange Fruit Tea
A mixture with exotic and refreshing taste of orange.
Peach
Peach Fruit Tea
A mixture meant for all those that enjoy the delicate aroma of the peach.
Forest
Forest Fruit Tea
Mixture of healing plants and dried fruits with sweet taste and typical aroma of wild strawberries, raspberries and blackberries.
Lemon
Lemon Fruit Tea
Refreshing taste and aroma of lemon, interlaced in the rich taste of plants.
Cranberry
Cranberry Fruit Tea
One can enjoy the pleasant taste of the cranberry, but can also receive what this fruit offers for centuries already, as benefit for the human health. It is unknown in our regions but very well recognised and appreciated fruit on the other continents and especially in North America.
The fruit of the cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon, Ericaceae) has a long history of usage, among the native Americans first of all till the so experienced in using tea - Engismen. It grows on mountains, in forests, while in the last ten years it also is cultivated for commercial usage on enormous surfaces. The fresh berries of the cranberry remind very much to the fresh fruit of SIPKA, by their look but also by their taste. The have somewhat sweet taste with a sour note. The tannin present in the fruit tightens a little the mucosa in the mouth. The cranberry is reach with anthocyanins, proanthocyanins, flavonoids, organic acids, tannins, ethereal oils, fruit sugars and vitamins. It also is a source rich with vitamins A, C, B and folic acid.

According to several researchers, not undermining also the centuries long usage of the cranberry widespread among the people, it is a first choice plant for preventing but also treating urinary inflammations. It is due to several factors that work in synergy and achieve such effect. Proantocyanides have antioxidant features but also prevent the pasting of bacteria, especially echerichia coli onto the mucosa of the bladder. The urinary bacteria paste usually on the surface of the mucosa of the urinary tract by means of their ending in form of small fibers on the surface of the bacteria. By such pasting they easily create colonies, multiply and provoke inflammation. The cranberry contains ingredients that prevent pasting of the urinary bacteria so in that way it protects the urinary tract of infections. It is especially recommended as prevention to persons predisposed to this kind of infections.
The acids contained in the cranberry are secreted unchanged from the system so they maintain the acidity of the urine which prevents creation of kidney stones. The cranberry can also be used for preventing unpleasant smell of the urine for patients with incontinence which happens as result of the increased acidity of the urine and prevention of its fermentation process which causes the unpleasant smell.

Due to its antioxidant features, the cranberry prevents diseases occurring as result of the damage caused by the free radicals. It increases the level of the HDL cholesterol (the good fraction of the cholesterol), causing that way 40% reduction of the risk of cardiac diseases.

The anthocyanosides present in the cranberry have positive effect to the eyes, as they relieve the symptoms of cataracta and diabetic rethinopatia.
It has anti-bacterial features and controls the growth of the bacteria Helicobacter pylori (bacteria that the most often is responsible for stomach ulcer). The same way the cranberry prevents the development of dental plaque caused by bacteria present in the oral cavity and prevents the gingival diseases.

Undoubtedly, the cranberry has a very positive effect to the human health. Besides, its pleasant taste and aroma won't leave you indifferent. It may be used several times a day but unsweetened.
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