by AgroWeb on February 28, 2017

Albanian Mountain Tea in the Red Book of endangered species

Albania faces the highest rate of biodiversity loss in Europe. According to a UNDP report on Ecosystem Management in the Prespa Lake Basin the most endangered plant is Albanian Mountain Tea, Sideritis raeseri. The List of Protected Species of Flora in Albania, defines the status of endangered plant species in Albania. Sideritis raeseri is part of the list and considered as endangered species due ...

by AgroWeb on February 27, 2017

Season's best invigorating smoothie

AgroWeb takes this opportunity to guide you towards a unique combination of natural products. You will get to know how to prepare an intensely detoxifying drink with beets, ginger and cleansing herbal drink to restore and purify your body cells. Not only you will be able to make it in a very easy and simple way, but also you will know all the magical properties of its ingredients and their direct...

by AgroWeb on January 29, 2017

Benefits of Albanian Mountain Tea

Albanian mountain tea is made from the leaves of plants from the Sideritis species. An herbal tea, Albanian mountain tea has been drunk for its health benefits for centuries. Sideritis Raeseri mountain tea is a naturally caffeine-free herbal tea infusion made from the dried flowers, leaves and stems of the Sideritis plant, which flourishes throughout high elevations in the mountains of Albania. ...

by AgroWeb on January 28, 2016

The Bio Antibiotics That Never Expire

Here we are with winter fully stretched; well at least January is still on the calendar. You might also notice more people coughing, sneezing and calling in sick. It's a harsh reality that these chilly months are strongly associated with the cold and flu. In fact, even the most diligent hand-washers and surface sanitizers among us could easily find themselves home sick this winter. As it turns out...

by AgroWeb on February 11, 2016

Albanian Mountain Tea – The Next Goldmine of Exports

For many years, it has been Albanians’ best companion during cold winter days and nights. Early mornings used to start with a hot cup of tea which matched perfectly with toasted bread, and cold nights had a warm ending with a cup of strong flavored, delightfully smelling cup of tea. Surely, drinking tea in Albania has rarely been a fancy tradition, as it is in England, but it has been a ...