Rosella tea, 70g from Muntigunung




In Balinese traditional medicine Rosella is widely used as a medicinal plant. The tea from infused petals has a thirst-quenching effect, has a slightly sour taste and stimulates the metabolism. Regular consumption (cold in summer, warm in winter) increases general well-being and strengthens the immune system. Rosella is rich in vitamin C (has a good nine times more vitamin C than citrus fruits!) and is also a good supplier of iron and magnesium.



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Rosella, better known in this country as Karkade, is a bush-like plant that grows quickly, originates in Africa and produces beautiful, large flowers. These, or rather the deep red calyxes, are harvested by former beggars in the mountains of Muntigunung after the rainy season and then dried in small manufactories and processed into tea and other products. In folk medicine, rosella is widely used as a medicinal plant. The tea made from infused calyxes has a thirst-quenching effect, a slightly acidic taste and stimulates the metabolism. Regular consumption (cold in summer, warm in winter) increases the general well-being and strengthens the immune system. Rosella is rich in vitamin C (has a good nine times more vitamin C than citrus fruits!) and is also a good source of iron and magnesium.

Origin of Rosella tea:
Muntigunung, Bali. All the calyxes that are processed into tea come from controlled cultivation and are bought directly from the farmers at fair market prices.


Processing of the tea:
In small manufactories in Muntigunung, Rosella is dried in solar dryers, processed by hand and packed for sale.
Control: The quality of all food is checked annually in an independent laboratory. This ensures that flawless and high quality products are always delivered.

Find out about the current status of all ongoing projects at www.zukunft-fuer-kinder.ch.
Rosella tea, 70g from Muntigunung
SKU: ZT.400.070
Excl. Tax: €10.70 Incl. Tax: €12.73
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Rosella tea, 70g from Muntigunung

In Balinese traditional medicine Rosella is widely used as a medicinal plant. The tea from infused petals has a thirst-quenching effect, has a slightly sour taste and stimulates the metabolism. Regular consumption (cold in summer, warm in winter) increases general well-being and strengthens the immune system. Rosella is rich in vitamin C (has a good nine times more vitamin C than citrus fruits!) and is also a good supplier of iron and magnesium.

Description
Rosella, better known in this country as Karkade, is a bush-like plant that grows quickly, originates in Africa and produces beautiful, large flowers. These, or rather the deep red calyxes, are harvested by former beggars in the mountains of Muntigunung after the rainy season and then dried in small manufactories and processed into tea and other products. In folk medicine, rosella is widely used as a medicinal plant. The tea made from infused calyxes has a thirst-quenching effect, a slightly acidic taste and stimulates the metabolism. Regular consumption (cold in summer, warm in winter) increases the general well-being and strengthens the immune system. Rosella is rich in vitamin C (has a good nine times more vitamin C than citrus fruits!) and is also a good source of iron and magnesium.
Origin of Rosella tea:
Muntigunung, Bali. All the calyxes that are processed into tea come from controlled cultivation and are bought directly from the farmers at fair market prices.

Processing of the tea:
In small manufactories in Muntigunung, Rosella is dried in solar dryers, processed by hand and packed for sale.
Control: The quality of all food is checked annually in an independent laboratory. This ensures that flawless and high quality products are always delivered.
Find out about the current status of all ongoing projects at www.zukunft-fuer-kinder.ch.

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