Preparing Lavender Herbal Tea for Relaxation
Completely disconnect for a moment and rejuvenate with a good cup of natural lavender flower tea. To make our lavender tea, we use only the flowering tops. They are rich in essential oil and fragrance, a scent that transports each person on a sensory getaway. With lavender tea, it's all the summer sun and the generosity of nature that is expressed.
You can enjoy this drink at any time of the day, as it can be served hot or cold. So, you can prepare a larger quantity and chill it to take your lavender iced-tea with you!
Benefiting from Lavender's Goodness
Lavender infusion has numerous benefits, especially in calming stress. It acts on the nervous system to soothe anxiety and emotional hyperactivity. That's why lavender is an excellent plant to help you find sleep.
In fact, the relaxing properties of lavender aid in falling asleep. This ancient plant promotes better quality rest while increasing the duration of sleep.
To enjoy a moment of calm, let your lavender sachet steep in a cup of boiling water for 10 minutes. This infusion time will extract all the active principles of the plant. And to add a little sweetness to your herbal tea, why not add a spoonful of our delicious lavender honey?
Enjoying the Delicate Taste of Lavender Honey
Lavender honey holds a special place in Provençal kitchens. It is a rather rare honey as it requires abundant lavender flowers for the bees.
Indeed, lavender flowers do not contain much nectar. Fortunately, in our lavender fields, the bees revel in it and provide us with delicious honey.
The virtues of lavender honey are well known for soothing sore throats. But this honey with delicate and flowery flavors can be enjoyed in many ways. In your hot tea, the warmth of the beverage will perfectly diffuse its sweet aromas. In cooking, it pairs perfectly with your favorite dishes and desserts, as well as on your pancakes and morning toast. And for the most indulgent among us, you can also enjoy the benefits of lavender honey by savoring it by the spoonful.