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.
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The bark of pau d'arco is rich in flavonoids with a known antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action, such as quercetin, and coenzyme Q10, a potent cell regenerator. Known for its effectiveness in combating anemia and the stimulating effect of the body's immunity, although I have numerous other benefits. In terms of anemia, pau d'arco stimulates the production of blood cells in the red bone marrow, including red blood cells. For this reason, it is advantageous in helping to treat leukopenia or leukemia (reduced number of white blood cells in the blood) and chemotherapy, helping to produce white blood cells. Due to its immunostimulating effect, it is also known as a natural “anti-biotic”, working well as a preventive and supporting agent in the treatment of flu and other respiratory infections and, also, urinary tract infections. Due to its action in stimulating cell regeneration, it has been
used as an aid in the treatment of wounds, insect bites, eczema, psoriasis, varicose ulcers, and even internal ulcers, being above all a reference in the treatment of stomach ulcers, duodenum and uterine inflammations and fibroids. This natural drug is also recommended in the treatment of diabetes, due to its hypoglycemic effect (reduced glycemia), and has been studied for its anti-cancer potential, having been associated in several scientific studies to inhibit tumor growth, reducing the size of tumors and prevention of metastasis formation.
Ipê-Amarelo is not recommended for pregnant women, during breastfeeding and during cancer treatment. ... View more »
Rosemary has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can have benefits for those who have chronic non-communicable diseases in which oxidative stress and inflammation act significantly, such as diabetes, and having antibiotic action, being more effective against Escher bacteria. chia coli, Salmonella typhi, Salmonella enteral and Shigella sonnei, which are usually related to urinary tract infection, vomiting and diarrhea. It is an excellent diuretic and can help fight diabetes, as it lowers glucose and increases insulin. Its anti-inflammatory action, helps to fight pain, colds and flu, swelling and malaise. So it can also help to fight knee inflammation, tendonitis and even gastritis, which is inflammation in the stomach. ... View more »
Melon-de-São-Caetano is rich in nutrients such as folic acid, vitamins B and C, flavonoids, fibers, minerals, among them, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and manganese, in addition to few calories. It has properties with healing, anti-rheumatic, antibiotic, antiviral, antidiabetic, astringent, purifying, insecticidal, laxative and purgative properties.
Melon-de-são-caetano is not recommended for pregnant women, breastfeeding women and hypoglycemic people. ... View more »