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Carpathians region, also known as a picturesque pearl of Ukraine, is famous for its richness by plants and environmental friendliness. In fact, the components of phytoteas «Antea» are carefully collected from cultivated and wild medicinal herbs here, since the availability, safety and complexity of effects are the main advantages of herbal teas over synthetic drugs.

Since 2012, the members of the cooperative have been individually engaged in growing wild medicinal plants on experimental plots and harvesting them in the foothills and mountainous parts of the Ukrainian Carpathians – in Turka, Stryi and Drohobych districts of Lviv region.

In 2019, a number of like-minded persons joined to Agricultural Production Cooperative (APC) «Antea» with the idea of ​​environmentally friendly products in the form of herbal teas. Currently, cultivation and harvesting is carried out in ecologically pure places of the Carpathian foothills, the main areas of cultivation and harvesting of wild herns are located in Medenychi, which is famous for its history as a honey region.

Advantages of «Antea» products:

  • Medicinal plants are grown on the basis of organic crop production: without the use of herbicides, fertilizers, growth stimulants and any other synthetic compounds.
  • Raw materials are collected manually.
  • The degree of grinding of raw materials is optimal.
  • Exclusively natural ingredients. Herbal teas do not contain artificial dyes, flavors, caffeine, GMOs.

In order to develop the optimal, scientifically substantiated composition and methods for uses of herbal teas, “Antea” collaborates with the Department of Pharmacognosy and Botany at Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University.

The packaging contains written in details data on the optimal, substantiated technology for preparation and method of use, which provide the highest usefulness of the obtained infusions.
The herbal teas produced by «Antea» are registered as dietary supplements and recommended for use, which is confirmed by the State sanitary and epidemiological expertise certificate.