One of the Buryat names of St. John's wort is "Aminay Em," which means "the herb of life."
The main use of this plant among the peoples of Buryatia is to treat the liver and the biliary system, so this herbal tea is called "Aminay Em."
St. John's wort herb, corn stigma, chamomile flowers, peppermint leaves, dandelion roots, knotgrass, everlasting flowers, rose hips fruits, tansy flowers.
|1 tea bag (1.5 g) contains:||Amount|
|Corn silk (Styli cum stigmatis Zea mays L.)||250 mg|
|St. John's Wort herb (Herba Hyperici perforatum L.)||250 mg|
|Chamomile flowers (Flores Chamomillae recutita L.)||200 mg|
|Knotgrass herb (Herba Polygoni aviculare L.)||200 mg|
|Peppermint leaves (Folia Menthae piperita L.)||200 mg|
|Dandelion root (Radices Taraxaci officinale Wigg.)||100 mg|
|Immortelle flowers (Flores Tanaceti vulgare L.)||100 mg|
|Rose hips (Fructus Rosae majalis Herrm.)||100 mg|
|Tansy flowers (Flores Helichrysi arenarium L.)||100 mg|