PLANTUS® considers fragrant, aromatic and medicinal plants as majestic plants, living organisms of nature. PLANTUS® is not just a herbal tea drink. PLANTUS® is a plant-based drink, creating the link between nature and humanity.
All plants used in PLANTUS® drinks recipes are grown in France and have been certified in organic farming.
Aloysia citrodora Palau ou Aloysia triphylla (L’Herit.) Britt. ou Lippia citriodora H.B.K.
Lemon verbena or verbena lemongrass, native to South America, has the same properties as the officinal verbena. Verbena officinalis L. bears the name of the herb Venus “herba veneris”, goddess of love, seduction and beauty among the Romans. The Celts also sacralized this plant pure as mistletoe, presented as the power to cure all ills.
The lemon verbena is distinguished by its very pleasant lemony fragrance. It is often used to make all types of scented culinary preparations, in liqueurs or simply in soft, pleasant and digestive infusion. It has been widely studied by botanists since the eighteenth century who gave it different names: the French Augustin Lippi and Charles Louis L’Héritier de Brutelle, the Spaniard Antonio Palau y Verdera and the Germans Humboldt, Bonpland and Kunth.
Melissa officinalis L.
Lemon balm, originally from southern Europe, Near and Middle East, bears the name of the young girl Melissa who collects honey. Bees particularly affect the nectar of its small white flowers in the axils of the upper leaves. Its leaves are reminiscent of mints but have a very special lemon scent. They are appreciated in various cooking preparations, associated for example with the citrus fruits or simply in digestive and calming infusion.
Mentha x piperita L.
Originating from Asia, Europe and North Africa, mints are aromatic plants spread around the world. They bear the name of the nymph Minthê who has been changed to mint by Demeter, the goddess of agriculture and harvest. Peppermint comes from the hybridization of two species of wild mint: the spearmint Mentha spicata L. and the aquatic mint Mentha aquatica L. Its leaves have a remarkable and commonly appreciated flavor. It is not uncommon to find mints in all types of cuisine, liqueurs and drinks. Peppermint has a powerful fragrance that is intended for use in digestive infusion.
Thymus vulgaris L.
Spread in scrubland, maquis and rock of the Mediterranean area, thyme comes from the Greek concept of Thumos meaning spiritedness, the breath of life as a spiritual state. Thyme represents emotion, on the border between desire and reason. Thyme is widely used to flavor any type of cuisine of southern origin. It is also very often used in liqueur and infusions for its toning properties.
Rosmarinus officinalis L.
Rosemary gets its name from marine dew. According to the legend, the rosemary would develop only in the regions receiving the marine dew at dawn. It is found in scrubland, scrub and rock of the Mediterranean zone. It has spread all over southern Europe today, with an affection for dry places exposed to the sun. Rosemary is often used in infusion as a stimulant and to restore the action of the liver.
Salvia officinalis L.
The sage comes from the Latin verb save, heal “salvo”. It has long been recognized for treating virtually all ailments and for strengthening memory. Moreover, “Cur moriatur homo, qui salvia crescit in horto” or how could die a man whose sage grows in the garden?
Sage is a common plant of Europe more frequent in the scrubland and maquis of the southern regions. is often used in digestive infusion, stimulating and to restore the action of the liver.