Herbal tea Q Calm 100gr

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-supports the nervous system in case of hyperexcitability

-induces calm and a natural and peaceful sleep

-supports a state of physical and mental well-being (emotional balance and a positive way of thinking)

-is antioxidant.


Herbal tea Q Calm 100gr Kotys


Food supplement with Kotys natural ingredients, in the `Special Blend Tea` product range. Q-Calm is an herbal tea that supports the health of the nervous system, protects the body from the destructive action of free radicals and supports its resistance to adverse environmental conditions. With this infusion you can easily face the challenges of life and enjoy calm and relaxation. Q Calm down, always relaxed!


supports the nervous system in case of hyperexcitability, induces calm and a natural and peaceful sleep, supports a state of physical and mental well-being (emotional balance and a positive way of thinking), is antioxidant.


restlessness, irritability, tension.


valerian root (Valeriana officinalis) – 20%, aerial parts of the goose-foot (Leonorus cardiaca) – 20%, lavender flowers (Lavadula angustifolia) – 15%, roinita leaves (Melissa officinalis) – 15%, leaves and flowers hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) – 10%, linden flowers (Tilia europaea) – 5%, hop cones (Humulus lupulus) – 5%, aerial parts of St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) – 5%, sage leaves (Salvia officinalis ) 5%.

  • Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is a species of perennial herbaceous plant in the family Valerianaceae also called odolean, navalnic, goose-pigeon or grass-cat. It is 70-170 cm tall, has red-lilac to white flowers that are grouped in an umbel-shaped inflorescence. Due to its active components, volatile oil, isovaleric acid, valerian acid and alkaloids (catinin, alpha-methyl-pyrylketone, valerianone), preparations from valerian rhizomes (tea, tincture, dry extract) are administered internally and externally (baths) in states agitation, sleep disturbances and cardiac arrhythmias of a nervous nature.

  • The sole of the goose has an antispasmodic action, being used as a cardiac tonic, sedative, hypnotic and general or stomachic antispasmodic. It is indicated in heart diseases, arrhythmias of nervous origin or as a remedy against depressive states.

  • Lavender flowers have a general tonic and cardiotonic action, cholagogue and carminative and cause an increase in biliary and renal flow. The volatile oil gives the plant a detoxifying effect, is a stimulating tonic, regulates the excitability of internal receptors and increases the excitability of the heart, has a relaxing effect on the digestive tract, soothes spasms and colic associated with various pathologies (nervous tension, indigestion), relaxing musculature.

  • Roissa (Melissa officinalis) , often called lemon, has many therapeutic properties and is also an aromatic spice used in the Mediterranean area. Its dried or fresh leaves are used as remedies to treat inflammatory, gastrointestinal (cramps, flatulence), mental, neuralgic and rheumatic diseases. It has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal action, stimulates concentration and memory and supports emotional balance.

  • Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) is a shrub of the Rosaceae family, with white flowers and red fruits with a characteristic smell and bitter taste. Hawthorn extracts are used to relieve disorders related to heart problems with the nerve substrate, hawthorn tea being administered in heart rhythm disorders (paroxysmal tachycardia, extrasystoles, heart disorders of nervous origin), heart heresy, heart failure and angina pectoris II, precordial pain or tachycardia, heart disease, atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease, arrhythmias and high blood pressure.

Way of ussage:

make an infusion pouring over 1 teaspoon (about 3g) of the plant 250ml boiling water (or 1 teaspoon of the plant to 500ml boiling water) and leave to infuse for 10-15 minutes, then strain.

You can consume up to 3 cups a day before the main meals of the day.

Produced by Stefmar Productie SRL for the members of the Quasar Association.