HOW TO USE
Delicious and healthy buckwheat tea was prepared in ancient China. For its production, Tatar buckwheat is still used today, which is grown in the southwestern and northern provinces of China. It deservedly takes the 5th place in the top ten health products in the world! Buckwheat tea is the most natural natural antioxidant. The cleansing of the body is carried out due to vegetable proteins, acids, amino acids and fiber. The taste is sweetish, and the aftertaste is reminiscent of cookies to many.
How to brew buckwheat tea? For one cup (250 ml) you will need 1-2 teaspoons of buckwheat tea. Brew for 5 minutes at a water temperature of 95°C. The same buckwheat tea granules can be brewed 3-4 times! Storage rules: Store at a temperature of 0 to 30°C and relative humidity not higher than 70%, without direct sunlight, in a dark place. Expiration date: 12 months
Buckwheat, mint, lemon peel. Buckwheat contains more than 16 micro and macro elements, iodine, manganese, sodium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, copper, iron, zinc, silicon and fluorine. Also rare components: chromium, vanadium, aluminum and selenium. Vitamins of groups B, PP, E, A.