We imagined this blend as a deep sensation of calming the body and mind. Our star ingredient, chamomile, not only has the power to awaken all our senses with its beautiful color, its unique and sweet flavor when it is chosen of quality, but it also has a thousand virtues. It helps maintain good sleep and promotes physical and mental well-being. Its flowers combined with the sweetness of apple, orange blossom petals and a little sacred basil make it a precious and delicious elixir. Discover this new, unique recipe of plants chosen for their virtues and their high quality because Today it has become essential to take care of yourself.

Composition: Apple Pieces, Chamomile Flowers, Honeybush, Orange Peels, Chicory, Thyme, Verbena, Orange Flower Petals, Holy Basil

– Hot or cold drink
– Notes: Chamomile – Orange blossom – Holy basil
– The Zen infusion can be enjoyed in the morning, during the day and/or in the evening.

Usage tips :
3 cups (250ml) of 2g per day
To appreciate all the soothing benefits of our Zen infusion, we advise you to add a teaspoon of the mixture. Then filter. In sachets, you only need one sachet per cup. Add your simmering water, ideally at 95°C. Leave to infuse for 5 to 7 minutes.

Possible presence of nuts.

5 to 7 mins – 95°C

Here is a great recipe to create a delicious frozen cocktail. Treat yourself to this non-alcoholic cocktail to sip without moderation all summer long.

Infuse 1 tablespoon of Zen infusion for 6 minutes in 50 ml of hot water to obtain a concentrate

Add 1 teaspoon of honey or maple syrup and mix

Place small ice cubes in a bowl, pour about 50 ml of the mixture, then top with a citrus tonic

Add a slice of cucumber and a basil leaf

Here are some high-protein, low-carb breakfast ideas

An infusion - of course!

To start your day off right, have an infusion instead of your coffee. We tend to think about them in the evening but they are recommended first thing in the morning. Chamomile, for example, regulates blood sugar levels. We recommend Zen No. 8 with chamomile for morning use, but we have several blends to choose from depending on your goal: calming, vitality, elimination. As soon as you wake up, opt for plants rather than a coffee with milk which will weigh down your digestive system.

An omelet

Eating eggs is a great source of protein. The omelette, for example, is a quick recipe to make in the morning for a savory breakfast that you can spice up with a little basil for more freshness or vegetables depending on the season. A variation is the white omelette with only the whites or scrambled eggs, a great protein breakfast classic.

Vanilla chia pudding

To prepare the day before. Thanks to their fiber content, chia seeds, usually praised for their richness in Omega 3, help to regulate blood glucose levels more effectively by slowing down the digestion of carbohydrates. Mix chia seeds with unsweetened almond milk, for example, then leave to cool until you obtain a thick mixture. For more deliciousness add cinnamon, vanilla if you have it, a few almonds and even a small quantity of red fruits like strawberries full of antioxidants.

Good breakfast!