Pitangueira leaves are rich in nutrients such as phosphorus, iron, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin and niacin. The fruit also has antioxidant compounds such as ruby xanthine, lycopene, pitanguine, gamma carotene and betacritoxanthin. It is also rich in essential oils such as polyesterpenes, sesquiterpenes, citronella, geranyl acetate and cineole.
In the herbal medicine pharmacopeia there are already some studies that prove the good effects of pitanga leaf tea for its antihypertensive, stimulating, antimicrobial and antioxidant effects. Contributing to the treatment of some diseases, such as: diabetes, it is soothing, diuretic and helps to improve fever, stomach diseases, hypertension, obesity, rheumatism, bronchitis and heart disease. ... View more »
BENEFITS OF ESSIAC TEA
In addition to being widely known for the treatment of cancer and tumors, Essiac tea is still used to a lesser extent, to treat a variety of other health conditions, including diabetes, diarrhea, skin inflammation, liver and thyroid problems, ulcers and some other degenerative diseases. It is also used to increase energy levels, heal wounds, decrease pain in general, purify blood and reduce cholesterol. The antioxidant compounds have anti-inflammatory properties that can help people suffering from arthritis, headaches, joint and muscle diseases, gout, hemorrhoids, in addition to producing a stimulating effect for the metabolism and can help in burning fats and assist in the fights obesity. ... View more »
The main active substances in fenugreek is trigonelline, in addition to containing flavonoids, minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium and iron and vitamins A, D, C and B complex, in addition to fibers and proteins. Being considered a reducer of glucose levels, its antioxidant action, prevents damage caused by free radicals. And its use helps to reduce the discomfort of the menstrual period and minimize the symptoms of menopause, and stimulates the production of testosterone, improving sexual performance. It is also used to treat anemia, cellulite, problems in child development, gastritis, inflammations, stuck intestines, boils, dandruff, hair loss, increase body energy, increase muscle mass, reduce body fat. ... View more »
Fennel tea is rich in vitamins A, B and C, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc. It increases the production of breast milk, it also helps to fight nausea and dizziness during pregnancy. Being very effective in the treatment of flatulence and for the reduction of intestinal gases, helping to relieve stomach pains. Fennel is also provided with anti-inflammatory, stimulating, soothing, deworming, digestive, diuretic and mild expectorant properties, promotes the elimination of toxins, purifies the urinary tract, preventing the appearance of urinary infections, such as cystitis, urethritis or oliguria. It has a delicate flavor, and is especially suitable for children and babies who suffer from intestinal discomfort, colic, flatulence or to stimulate appetite. ... View more »
Echinacea has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, laxative, detoxifying, immunostimulating and antiviral properties that help to make the immune system stronger. Thus, it helps to protect the body from disease, as well as fight infections caused by bacteria, fungi or viruses. Echinacea tea is popularly used to treat colds, flu and other health conditions that involve the respiratory system. In addition, Equinacea is a great remedy to accelerate healing processes, cleanse the skin, prevent premature aging, provide more energy and detoxify the body. ... View more »
Black tea improves digestion, helps you lose weight, controls diabetes and increases the chances of women getting pregnant. Black tea has the least antioxidants compared to other types, however, as it has the highest amount of caffeine, it has the greatest effect on weight loss, according to nutritionists. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and, if consumed moderately, helps to regulate blood pressure, preventing cardiovascular problems.
Black tea is also composed of tannins that have this astringent effect, that is, it can dry and dehydrate the intestine, causing constipation and hindering the absorption of nutrients. In addition, this dysfunction impairs the absorption of iron by the body and can cause anemia. ... View more »
The benefits of mate tea are mainly due to the presence of caffeine, minerals, vitamins, alkaloids and glycids in its composition, capable of interacting with bile acids and reducing the absorption of cholesterol. In addition to being rich in antioxidants, mate tea helps prevent heart disease. It has thermogenic action. ... View more »
The home remedy for sexual appetite with catuaba and sarsaparilla helps to increase sexual appetite, as these medicinal plants have stimulating and aphrodisiac properties, increasing male erection time and the sensitivity of female genital organs. ... View more »
The properties of jatobá include its astringent, antibacterial, antispasmodic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, balsamic, decongestant, diuretic, stimulant, expectorant, fortifying, hepatoprotective, laxative, tonic and deworming properties. ... View more »
Olive leaves have 4 times more potassium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, zinc and copper than green tea. These substances are highly antioxidants, being ultra efficient against aging and also stimulating metabolism. A University of Michigan Health System study points to evidence that the substance oleuropein cleans blood sugar. That is, the infusion acts very strictly on the fats accumulated in the abdominal region. It also has properties that help to relax blood vessels, causing vasodilation and lowering blood pressure, which can be used in cases of hypertension, angina, arrhythmias and other circulatory problems. Soothes irritating and inflammatory disorders such as indigestion, heartburn, gastritis, colitis and peptic ulcer. ... View more »
Matcha tea is made from the youngest leaves of green tea. has properties such as: caffeine, and chlorophyll, providing antioxidants for the body. Some scientific studies have associated the consumption of matcha tea with some improvements in brain function and weight loss, in addition to a protective effect on the liver. ... View more »
Cinnamon tea, accelerates the metabolism, stimulates the production of insulin and also hinders the absorption of fats. The apple is rich in fiber, improves the functioning of the intestine. This combination of apple and cinnamon is perfect for those who want to reduce weight and control Diabetes and Cholesterol.
Cinnamon tea can cause bleeding and miscarriages. Pregnant women should not drink tea. ... View more »
Bay leaf, and consequently tea, is rich in potassium, magnesium and vitamins B6, B9 and C and has a diuretic, antifungal, anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, digestive, stimulant, antioxidant and expectorant action. ... View more »
It is good to know that Boldo has 2 types. The Chilean boldo (Peumus boldus Molina), and the Brazilian boldo (Plectranthus barbatus Andr).
Containing active substances, such as boldine or rosmarinic acid, Boldo tea is a plant widely used in folk medicine to treat digestive and liver problems and is recommended to combat poor digestion and excess gases.
Bilberry also helps in the treatment of gastrointestinal cramps, heartburn, gastritis and colitis (inflammation of the colon).
Bilberry tea is recommended for various symptoms and treatments, including:
Biliary lithiasis (gallbladder stone)
Gallbladder stimulating action
Antispasmodic (minimizes colic)
Anesthetic, antiseptic, antibacterial
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