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Loose Tea with Currant

Currants come in a variety of colours - from bright red, to dark blue and dull white, to all black. They are all healthy and should be consumed regularly. For our delicious and organic certified black currant tea, we use black currants as well as the currant leaves. Why not give it a try?

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Currant Health Benefits

As already mentioned, the berries themselves, the leaves or both can be used for currant tea. Currant leaves are recommended in traditional herbal medicine, especially as a support against rheumatic complaints. In addition, a tea made from these leaves has a diuretic effect, so it can be used for urinary tract problems.

Of the currants, the black berries are often used because they contain a large amount of vitamin C, B vitamins, tannins and minerals. They also contain anthocyanins, which can help fight free radicals. This is why black currants are most commonly used in folk medicine. However, if you can't find fresh black currants at the moment, the red ones are absolutely fine too.

Even the seeds of the currants are healthy. They contain the valuable gamma-linolenic acid. This is a polyunsaturated fatty acid that has an anti-inflammatory effect. As you can see, currants definitely belong on the menu every year - as well as in the well-stocked tea kitchen for a delicious, fruity and healthy drink. Cheers.