Hier finden Sie einige häufig gestellte Fragen (FAQ).
Warum heißt der Bergtee bei euch Izenwort?
"Izen" is Old English for "iron", "wort" for "root". Much has been passed down about the anti-inflammatory and peacemaking effect of this tea, which was already popular in ancient times. We wanted to give our collected tea its own "note" with the name, because the wild tea plant, exposed to wind and weather, contains the most healing active ingredients, and thus stands out from the variants grown in other countries.
Warum gibt es den Tee nur in Papier zu 250g verpackt?
In our experience, our customers drink the tea every day, especially in the cold season - and most of them the whole family. That is why we have dispensed with small packages and supply a "family pack" that lasts for 8-10 weeks. We also want to contribute to the fact that small packages are not constantly being sent across the landscape.
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Warum vertreibt Ihr den Tee überhaupt?
It is an incredibly great natural product, comes directly from the collector to us and - most importantly - Sideritis Raeseri has so many healing properties and is an "entry-level" antidepressant - see the study to this. We have gone from being convinced connoisseurs to being convinced people. Before anyone asks the family doctor for antidepressants: first drink a litre a day for 2-3 weeks and see if that doesn't help to alleviate the depression.