The Northern Lights Icelandic Herbal Tea is made of blend of wild herbs growing in the pure environment of Iceland.
Angelica – Believed to help the respiratory system and promote energy.
Birch – The leaves are used to make diuretic tea which is believed to be good against gout and rheumatism.
Iceland Moss – Nutritive and stimulating for the respratory and digestive systems. Antioxidant, antimicrobial and antiviral.
Wild Artic Thyme – Has been used against asthma, flue and digestive troubles.
Stone Bramble – Considered high in vitamin C and is believed to promote energy.
Bilberry Tea contains pulverised Icelandic bilberries
Icelandic berries are said to be more concentrated that similar berries in other countries, because of the intensive (and short) growth period. Research has shown the bilberries have strong anti-oxidant anthocyanin, which helps with inflammations. Also it helps with strenghening blood vessels and capillaries, that has effect on eyesight and reduces cholesterol.
The package includes 10 (30gr) teabags.
Knotted Kelp and Ginger
Knotted kelp is a great source of magnesium, calsium, potassium iron, iodine and zink. It contains a very high consentration of vitamins, in particular vitamin C, beta-carotene, B1, b2, b3, b6, b7(h), b12, k3.
The package includes 10 (20gr) teabags.
Flaky Icelandic Seasalt from Nordur & Co marinated in Icelandic Wild Blueberries and dried at a low temperature. Blueberrysalt is excellent finishing salt for lamb, game whale, horsemeat and other meat. It gives rich taste and colour of blueberry and is very good to sprinkle it on salads and cooked vegetables.