Birch leaves (Betula pendula Roth.)

Birches are so common that many never really think of their significance in our lives. For its active substances and wide application in the household, folk medicine and cosmetics, a birch c... Read more

Nettle (Urtica Dioica L.)

Many of you have been stung by nettles, while spending time in the nature, yet don’t give in to anger and start weeding them away. The hairs of nettles protect the curative and hair-st... Read more

Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum L.)

Tiny thyme leaves emit essential oil, which forms a fragrant cloud above a cup of hot tea, subtly reminding of the wonderful summer days. Thyme contains 0.12-0.27 % of essential oil. It most... Read more

Caraway’s (Carum Carvi L.)

Caraway is a valuable and one of the oldest spices, originating from ancient Egypt. This is a popular spice in India, the Middle East and Mexico. Aside from culinary purposes, caraway is als... Read more

Peppermint (Mentha piperita L.)

The mint family consists of about thirty species. 11 of them naturally grow in Lithuania. The most valuable is peppermint, but it doesn’t grow in Lithuania. This herb was mentioned eve... Read more

Flax (Linum Usitatissimum)

Flax is a unique plant, rich with protein, vitamins, trace elements and fibre. The wonderful qualities of linseed were known already to our ancestors, who used to pass down their recipes fro... Read more

Herbal teas

Our teas are made of organic herbs, grown by our company or gathered from natural habitats. After careful sorting the herbs are then dried at the company’s dryer. Dried material is sep... Read more

Melissa (Melissa Officinalis L.)

This undemanding plant of the Labiatae family is a popular adding to various gardens and orchards. It’s major characteristic is the distinct, lemon-like scent (thus the name of the pla... Read more