Herbs especially have many important vitamins our body needs every day. Together with the antioxidants present in ginger and wheatgrass, we created a healthy and invigorating blend.
Those who know herbs only as a garnish at the edge of the plate and tea only as a brew in a cup should pay close attention! We’ll show you three ways to fill your body with vitamins and antioxidants in a creative and full-flavoured way.
1. Herb Salad with Green Spirit Dressing
For the dressing:
1 heaped tsp. Green Spirit tea
approx. 3 tbsp. water (100%C)
1 tbsp. mild vinegar
2 tbsp rapeseed oil
ad lib. Salt, pepper and lemon
For the salad
1 handful of garden herbs (parsley, chives, cress, dill...)
1 handful of rocket/rucola
1 handful of lambs lettuce/mache
1 grated carrot
10 cherry tomatoes
Put the tea in a cup, pour hot water over it and let brew for 5 minutes. Meanwhile, wash and spin the salad and herbs, clean the vegetables and put to one side. Then strain the tea leaves and mix the tea liquid well into the dressing ingredients. Put the dressing to one side. Then peel and grate the carrot and slice the avocado, cherry tomatoes and cucumber. Put the salad and herbs in a bowl and spread the remaining vegetables on top. Lastly, mix the dressing energetically once more, pour over the salad and serve.
2. Green Herb (Green Spirit) Pineapple Smoothie
10 g Green Spirit tea
100 ml water
1 bunch of mixed (not woody) herbs
200 ml orange juice
Fill the tea in a tea bag, pour over 100°C hot water, let brew for 8 minutes and set aside. Meanwhile, wash the herbs and cut off the stalks a little; halve the limes and press out the juice; peel and slice the bananas and pineapple into small pieces. Put everything in a mixer together with the juice and tea.
5 g Green Spirit tea
800 ml water
½ organic lemon
1-2 sprigs of peppermint
Fill the tea in a tea bag, pour over 400 ml of 100°C hot water, and let brew for 8 minutes. Then take out the teabag and set aside the tea liquid.
Cut the lemon into slices and wash the peppermint. Put everything in a bottle, close and shake vigorously so that the juice gently seeps out of the lemon. Then add the tea and the water. Done!