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Picture of ARIFOGLU 9 in 1 Form Tea 200g

ARIFOGLU 9 in 1 Form Tea 200g

We have brought together the nutrients they contain, which accelerate the metabolism and icrease the energy level. These nine herbs also contain unique active nutrient ingredients. In addition to its delicious taste, it lowers the risk of chronic disease.
Picture of ARIFOGLU Apple Tea/Green Tea 170g

ARIFOGLU Apple Tea/Green Tea 170g

Allow one sachet per cup. Add freshly boiled water and brew for minimum 3-5 minutes.
Picture of ARIFOGLU Basil (Feslegen) 70g

ARIFOGLU Basil (Feslegen) 70g

Basil, whose botanical name is Ocimum Basilicum, is originally grown in South Asia. Since favorable conditions are provided in our country, it is also seen in the Mediterranean and Aegean coastlines. Mediterranean basin countries have ideal conditions for basil production.
Picture of ARIFOGLU Basil (Reyhan) 40g

ARIFOGLU Basil (Reyhan) 40g

Basil is considered a principal ingredient in many cuisines around the world. Such kind of spices, generally are aromatic flavoring from seeds, fruits, and other plant parts. Used in to season and preserve food, and as perfumes and medicines. Spices could be used to make your meal more attractive in color and tastier.
Picture of ARIFOGLU Bay Leaves (Defne Yapragi) 40g

ARIFOGLU Bay Leaves (Defne Yapragi) 40g

It is from the laurel family, whose Latin name is "Laurus Nobilis". It is a perennial herb that never leaves its leaves in all seasons. Its homeland is Mediterranean countries. The bay leaf, which can be grown in abundant natural conditions in all European, Mediterranean and Aegean regions, is one of the rare riches of our country. 80% of the world's bay leaf need is met from Turkey.
Picture of ARIFOGLU Black Currant (Kus Uzumu) 200g

ARIFOGLU Black Currant (Kus Uzumu) 200g

The blackcurrant, also known as black currant or cassis, is a deciduous shrub in the family Grossulariaceae grown for its edible berries. It is native to temperate parts of central and northern Europe and northern Asia, where it prefers damp fertile soils. It is widely cultivated both commercially and domestically.