The artichoke (Cynara cardunculus) is rich in phytochemicals, which are found mostly in its leaves. Among the most important are chlorogenic acid, cynarine, bitter compounds, flavonoids and sesquiterpene lactones.
Wild garlic, as one of the oldest medicinal plants in Europe, was consumed as long ago as the Mesolithic period (Middle of Stone Age). Shortly before the plant flowers, its leaves are particularly rich in active phytochemicals. They contain particularly high levels of vitamin C and beta carotene, vitamin B1 and B6, trace elements (iron), secondary phytochemicals, particularly chlorophyll and minerals (potassium, manganese, calcium and phosphorus) with sulfur compounds such as the sulfur-containing amino acid allin.
Cistus preparations have been used in Europe for many centuries, especially in the Mediterranean region. Both the leaves and the flowers were traditionally prepared as a flavourful tea. Cistus is particularly rich in valuable polyphenols, essential oils and glycosides.
Gentian is rich in bitter plant compounds, which are mainly found within the root. Notable bitter compounds include gentiopicroside and amarogentin, which lend gentian its bitter quality.
Oats are alkaline and contain several potent phytochemicals such as flavonoids, triterpene saponins including avenacins and avenacosides, silicic acid, gramine, coumarins and beta glucans as well as numerous amino acids, minerals and trace elements.
Hops' effects (Humulus lupulus) have been known in European herbalism for centuries. The active ingredients are concentrated in the resin of the female flowers' hop cones.
The greater burdock (Arctium lappa L.) was valued as a natural remedy by the ancient Greeks as well as by Hildegard von Bingen. The plant contains fatty acids, polyphenols and tannins, as well as the characteristic burdock lignans arctigenin and arctiin, which are currently the subject of scientific research.
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The coriander plant (Coriandrum sativum) is also called the "herb of longevity" in Chinese tradition. The fruits (seeds) and leaves also differ in their areas of action and application due to their individual ingredient profiles of antioxidants, essential oils and tannins.
The dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) has been used in herbalism since ancient times. The highest concentration of the plant's active ingredients can be found in its roots, which contain rare bitter substances, triterpenes, flavonoids and other nutrients.
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Organic Lemon Balm
The lemon balm plant (Melissa officinalis) belongs to the mint family and has a long tradition of use. It contains a large number of aromatic compounds, which contribute to its refreshing, citrus taste. Lemon balm also contains a high amount of tannins, bitter compounds, saponins and vitamin C.