Azerbaijani company launches new production line of herbal mixtures
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 3
By Matanat Nasibova - Trend:
The Azerbaijani company Herba Flora, which is engaged in the production of herbal mixtures and phyto tea, has launched a new production line, the company’s manager Esmira Zeynalova told Trend.
She said this includes production of tea from senna leaves with fruit additives.
“We have launched production of a new type of this tea with lemon flavor,” she noted. “This production line will be expanded with the use of new types of fruit products in the production technology. In addition, based on plant concentrates, the company plans to expand the production of therapeutic syrups.”
The company also produces phytonades made of pear, tarragon, and others, in general, more than 140 kinds of herbal products, she said.
“Biologically active supplements of the company intended for the prevention and treatment of many diseases are natural, without any chemical additives,” she added. “In addition to the herbal mixtures used in the treatment of diseases of the cardiovascular, nervous, gastrointestinal, respiratory, urogenital systems, the company produces teas from chamomile, rosehip, linden, madder and orthosiphon.”
She noted that all products are sold in the domestic market, because exports have been suspended due to the company’s internal policy.
She said that earlier, export was carried out mainly to Bulgaria, as well as to several CIS countries.
The company Herba Flora has been operating in Azerbaijan for over 20 years.