The tea different than others – Cistus Incanus/fashion for healthy lifestyle

Green tea is always in fashion. There is however the tea less popular but much more richer in antioxidants – Cistus Incanus tea.

Cistus Incanus Tea is the richest polyphenol plants with no side effects. Support immune system with this powerful antioxidant. It can be given to kids from 3 months old. It tastes delicious with honey and lemon.

 Cistus Incanus tea:

  • High concentration of polyphenols boost immune system, so colds and flu last shorter. Enhance body’s natural resistance to colds and flu. In case of upper respiratory tract infection, it helps to get rid of the symptoms.
  • It can bring relief to men of older age who suffer from enlarged prostate, since it has antiproliferative and cytotoxic properties. 
  • Helps cleanse your body from toxin so it is recommended to smokers and people from big poluted cities.
  • Has antibacterial, antivirus, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory properties. It also has an anti-allergic (antihistamine) effect.
  •  It also helps to prevent ischaemic heart disease, dissolve embolisms and blood clots.
  • It’s a strong antioxidant plant that has a great ability to catch free radicals and lower the activity of collagenase . As a result, it has a rejuvenating, anti-inflammatory and vitalizing effect on human body and anti wrinkle effect.
  • Works against spirochaete that causes Lyme disease.
  • Is a great aid for the hygiene of oral cavity, has also a teeth-whitening effect.
  •  Drinking the extract from Cistus Incanus causes a change in the smell of body discharge, it acts as antiperspirant.

How to drink it ?
It should be used regularly, every day.

In a cup add 1-2 teaspoons, pour boiling water, brew covered for few minutes, strain it and drink it regularly throughout the day.


If you haven’t tried Cistus Incanus Tea  I encourage you to do so…

Let me know if you tried though….













  • Thu T 06/08/2017 at 17:46

    Do you know whether or not this tea is safe to drink during pregnancy?

  • Lynne V McNamara 12/06/2017 at 15:31

    where do you buy this tea?

  • Mila Myk 23/04/2017 at 13:34

    So interesting. I will try cistus tea today 🙂

  • Shazia 25/02/2017 at 07:52

    I would like to try this tea for my daughter’s acne. Will it help?

  • Kimberley McKean 28/12/2016 at 22:31

    Does anyone know what part of the plant is used for tea…… would like to grow and pick my own

    • Pawel 08/02/2017 at 14:43

      leafs and flowers.

  • Leslie 06/04/2016 at 18:36

    I heard that this tea can aid or heal leaky gut. Is that true? I have Crohns as well.


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