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Fight flu symptoms with Chamomile, Calendula, Rosemary, Garlic, Marjoram.
Greek mountain tea, also known as "Sideritis" (meaning made of iron) is anti-bacterial and fights infections.
Basil, Lemon Verbena, Lavendar , Peppermint, Rosemary, Valerian. (Note that Rosemary isn’t suitable for pregnant ladies or those with high blood pressure.)
Basil, Sambucus ,Thyme, Rosemary
Garlic . Legend has it that thyme grew out of tears shed by Helen of Troy when she was kidknapped.
Anise , Basil, Peppermint, Thyme
Lemon Verbena, Nettle, Lavender.
*Basil* calms spasms and can be eaten, sipped as tea. It even has its own song... “Psintri vaisilijia mou” -my Delicate basil plant...
Chamomile, Valerian, Fennel
Cyprus Sage tea is very good for pains and was known before christ by the Romans as "the holy herb" .
Sage tea is anti-inflammatory and a relaxant for the muscles and the stomach.
Lavender, Peppermint, Lemon Verbena, Nettle, Valerian
The above information is take from:
Dr Zanettou-Pandeli, K., 2000. The therapeutic capacity of aromatic plants in Cyprus. Larnaca: Printco. Dr Kyriaki Zannettou-Pandeli, holds a Phd in biology from the university of Sofia, Bulgaria. She is from the occupied Famagusta and has become a leading figure in herbal health in Cyprus media.
The information provided is broad guidance only and Granny greek's hold no liability for information wrongly applied. Please seek medical advice before drinking herbal teas if you have specific health problems.