Latin Name : Sideritis Raeseri
Other Common names: Shepherd’s Tea, ironwort
Used Parts: Flowers, stalks
Greek mountain tea, also called “Shepherd’s Tea”, is a herbal tea infusion made from dried flowers, leaves and stems of the sideritis plant that thrives in the high mountains of the Greek mountains.
Greek mountain tea, is very pleasant tasting, mild, and naturally caffeine free.
There are many varieties of Sideritis in Greece, differing typically by region or mountain range.
Sideritis Raeseri Boiss is indigenous on the Mount Parnassus.
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