Dried thyme leaves from Palestine
It is hard to imagine oriental cuisine and Jordan without tasty teas. Especially in countries where it is often very hot, it is important to keep the body's moisture balance active. But you can also get this feeling of life here. Enjoy it hot in the cold season or cooled down in the warm months of the year.
How does thyme help you?
You may know thyme from the kitchen as a spice. But it can also be useful in many ways as a tea.
The main effect of thyme is based on the essential oils thymol and car vacrol, which can help your body to reduce inflammation.
- Respiratory: A delicious thyme tea has been known for hundreds of years to have a calming effect on coughs and respiratory infections. However, you should give the tea, which is a natural remedy, a few days to develop its full effect. Ideally, drink the tea as warm as possible and add some honey.
- Gastrointestinal: For nausea, upset stomach, flatulence, cramps and constipation, thyme can make full use of its antibacterial and antimicrobial effects. So if you have problems with digestion, thyme can have a gentle regulating effect.
- antioxidant: Free radicals are all around us and we cannot escape them. This makes it all the more important to take antioxidant action. Drink two to three cups of thyme tea every day to build up a protective effect.
- Calm nerves: Do you often suffer from nervousness? Then a tea made from dried thyme leaves can help you to become calmer.
Sustainable and fairly produced
Enjoy the tranquillity that tea exudes and have a clear conscience knowing that at Nabali Fairkost we trade all our products fairly and sustainably. By doing so, you directly support the producers who personally secure their livelihoods. All our products are produced without the use of genetic engineering, artificial flavours and other additives.
These tymian leaves from Palestine are perfect for making 'kras'. They are small Palestinian pizzas. Here, the dried thyme is enriched with salt cheese. The pizzas in a closed triangle are filled with it.
You can find out how the whole thing looks and is prepared on the following page:
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