Arctic thyme tea – naturally sweet and perfumed
Arctic thyme is believed to strengthen the heart, the head and the sinews, stimulate urine production and regulate menstruation, as well as being blood-cleansing. Arctic thyme is chiefly used for colds, coughs and bronchitis. The tea is also effective against insomnia and is thus a popular night-time tea. It has a reputation as an effective remedy for hangovers and constipation. Above all, Arctic thyme makes an exceedingly tasty tea with a unique perfume which is mentally uplifting and evokes images of the Icelandic highlands. Each teabag can be infused several times.
The package includes 10(12gr) teabags.
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.
Tea made from the Downy birch (Betula pubescens), which abounds in Iceland, is extraordinarily wholesome and tasty and well suited for daily use. Birch tea is diuretic and anti-inflammatory. Birch is believed to stimulate the liver, cleanse the blood and be good for kidney problems. It has been used to combat infections of the urinary tract. Birch is commonly used for all kinds of rheumatism, to combat high blood pressure and the formation of oedemas.
The package includes 10 (20gr) teabags.
Black Sand Salt
Ingredients: 96.5% Icelandic Sea Salt 1% Seaweed (ascophyllum nodosum) 2% Kelp (laminaria digitata) 1/2% Activated Charcoal.The Black Sand Salt is inspired by the unique Icelandic black sand beach. Carbon black make the salt look like the sand and the seaweed gives it the fresh smell of ocean as well some taste of the beach.