Look Food Gojnik
Gojnik naturally occurs in the balkan region, the Mediterranean Sea and the Iberian Peninsula. It is best known in Greece, where it is often called Greek mountain tea or shepherd tea. In ancient times, the gentile was used as a wound soothing agent. The most health-promoting properties have gojnik inflorescences.
What is the gojnik used for?
- dried gojnik is used as a nutritious infusion;
- on the basis of the infusion of gojnik, you can prepare a cocktail or lemonade;
- it is recommended to drink mountain tea prophylactically 1 time per day.
How to prepare an infusion of gojnik? Previously broken 1-2 sprigs of gojnik pour in a glass (250 ml) with boiling water. Then brew covered for about 5 minutes.
Ingredients: 100% goy herb (Sideritis scardica).
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