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.
“ Northern Lights
All of a sudden the magic lantern’s
wick burst into flame
and lo, God’s flaring torches
joined in a beautiful game
Far and wide they soared through space
and waded the depths of blue,
and the darting flashes of colour
lit the path to Earth through
No mortal tongue can truly
make God’s glory clear,
but my heart found at once
how holy heaven was near
and there my weary soul lay down
by life’s estuary so bright,
and drank up in an instant
all those northern lights
From the poem Norðurljós
By Jóhannes úr Kötlum
Translated by Bernard Scudder
Made in Iceland from 100% cotton with amazing nature images on the front and a monochromatic fabric on the back. The printed pictures on the pads are not homogeneous which can create some slight color variations between the cushions of the same type.
Stuffing is not included.
Size: 40 x 60 cm.
Icelandic seasalt flakes from Nordur ehf, berry leaves and herbs from the berry field, blueberries and bilberries
Icelandic seasalt flakes from Nordur ehf infused with rowen berries.
IRISH MOSS WINGED KELP
Icelandic geothermal salt, Irish moss infused with soya and apple cider, Winged kelp.
Icelandic geothermal salt infused with blue berries and bilberries.
Total: 4x40g = 160g
Herbs Berries + Rowen Berries + Irish Moss Winged Kelp + Blue Berries
Ingredients: Icelandic Norðursalt Flaky Seasalt marinated in Organic Rhubarb and grounded Angelica seed. The tart taste of rhubarb and the sweet bitter taste of Angelica goes well on various dishes, though especially good on fish dishes.