Ertha CBD Herbal Infusion Decoction with Hemp, Honeysuckle & Lavender
For thousands of years man has been using herbs for healing, relief, toning, nourishment, and other purposes. Ertha cbd selects fine flowers and seeds of industrial hemp grown in Greece. This is a certified organic cultivation of the plant Cannabis Sativa L., of the variety registered in the Community Catalog of French origin Futura75.
Futura 75 organic hemp flowers are collected by hand in Kokkina, Magnesia, in a location with an excellent microclimate for cannabis cultivation. It is located between two hills with continuous air flow and high levels of sunshine, with ideal temperature changes between day and night. After collection, hemp inflorescences are dried naturally to retain all their characteristics and beneficial properties.
Decoction of cannabis flowers and seeds is highly nutritious, rich in CBD cannabidiol, terpenes, cannabinoids, Ω3 / Ω6 fatty acids, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and high quality protein.
Ertha selects certified organic herbs of Greek cultivation from Xirolimni, Kozani. The site is located at an altitude of 700 meters with ideal soil and climatic conditions. The application of absolute quality standards during sowing, cultivation, harvesting, drying and storage of herbs ensures the optimal preservation of their characteristics and properties.
A valuable plant with a characteristic lemon aroma, yellow-green leaves and small white flowers. It is a powerful cardiotonic, anxiolytic, antimicrobial and acts against fatigue.
It is also called a plant of longevity. Avicenna, the founder of modern medicine, believed that honeysuckle makes the heart happy and strengthens the vital spirit.
The combination of its properties ranks it among the twenty most powerful herbs. It stands out for its intoxicating aroma, its excellent antimicrobial action and its numerous applications. It clears the mind and relaxes the body.
Lavender is widely cultivated in the Mediterranean countries and has been known for its beneficial effects for many centuries. It got its name from the Latin verb “lavare” which means “I wash”, because the Romans used it in their baths.