Burrito tea

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Burrito tea

The tick has deworming, calming, sedative, hypotensive, hypotensive, expectorant, stimulating, emollient, diuretic, depurative, healing, cathartic, carminative, antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antibiotic, antibacterial and astringent properties. So it is used in folk medicine, for the treatment of abscesses, colic, conjunctivitis, worms, indigestion, hypertension, wounds, has healing action, hemorrhoids, dysentery, tonsillitis, thrush, skin conditions, toothaches, headaches and diabetes In addition to fighting allergies, it helps to clear the airways by treating persistent coughs after the flu. It is a powerful muscle relaxant, so it is widely used to treat back pain. It works better than painkillers as it has no side effects.


  • 1 liter of water
  • 2 tablespoons of the herb
  • Preparation mode
  • Add the ingredients and bring to the fire, and when it boils, turn off the heat, cover, and let it rest for 5 to 10 minutes.
  • Strain and consume at the ideal temperature.

Medicinal benefits of: Burrito tea

    Burrito tea belongs to the group of:
  • Teas that aid in the treatment of vermifuge
  • Teas to control hypertension
  • Teas with antibiotic action
  • Teas that help control diabetes
  • Teas to relieve cough
  • Diuretic teas
  • Teas with antispasmodic benefits
  • Teas to relieve headache
  • Teas with analgesic function
  • Teas that help remove excess fat from the skin's surface
  • Blood purifying teas
  • Teas for poor digestion
  • Teas with antiseptic functionality
  • Teas that help in the treatment of thrush
  • Teas that help in the treatment of flu
  • Teas that aid in the treatment of tonsillitis
  • Teas with antibacterial action
  • Teas that help in the treatment of skin wounds
  • Teas for diarrhea problems
  • Teas with macrobial benefits
  • Teas to eliminate colic
  • Soothing teas
  • Expectorant teas
  • Teas to help heal (healing)

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This recipe was consulted 8151 X - Since: 2020-12-07 - Shared by: Abigail Flauzino