Crateagus monogyna 250gm
Hawthorn has traditionally been used to help with heart conditions, to normalise blood pressure and for problems with arteries and helping the circulatory system
To make a hawthorn berry infusion or tea use one to two teaspoonfuls of dried berries to a cupful of water. Either make as a traditional tea or, to gain maximum strength, place the berries in a saucepan, pour on the water, cover with a lid and simmer gently for approximately ten minutes before straining.
Recipe suggestion: Try making hawthorn berry jelly or jam or add to your apple pie for extyra healthy flavour
For further information and recommended dosage please consult a qualified herbalist. We suggest no more than three or four cups of tea per day.
Our dried herbs are supplied in resealable, compostable brown paper bags
Soil Association certified organically grown fruit. Herb from Hungary (country of origin may vary).
The information on this page is not meant to replace the advise of your health professional. You should not take hawthorn alongside other drugs for heart related conditions. It may increase the effects of digoxin, used for heart arrhythmia; beta blockers and calcium channel blockers, used to dilate blood vessels and reduce blood pressure; and central nervous system depressants. Hawthorn has blood-thinning properties, so if you are taking anticoagulant or antiplatelet medications then discuss with your health professional before taking hawthorn berries.