Regular consumption of strawberries speeds up circulation, slows down aging and loss of tissue elasticity

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Immunity can be strengthened throughout the year with selected teas
It is especially important to keep the immunity strong at the transitions and shifts of the seasons (e.g. winter-spring and the like). For the preservation of the general health of an individual, preventive folk medicine is as important as classical medicine. There are herbal teas that give the body life energy and compensate for the vitamin deficiency in the body.
St. John’s wort – St. John’s wort tea has antibacterial and antioxidant effects. Strengthens the body’s resistance. Relieves symptoms of depression. Due to its anti-inflammatory effect, St. John’s wort is used for wounds and burns. Tea is used for duodenal ulcers, indigestion, indigestion and stimulation of gastric juices. The tea is used according to the instructions on the package. A little milk or honey can be added. Tea is not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Wild Oregano – Wild oregano tea has antibacterial and antioxidant effects. Strengthens the body’s resistance. Relieves symptoms of depression. In traditional medicine, wild oregano has been used for thousands of years. The active compounds that give the plants a unique and pleasant smell are thymol, pinene, limonene, carvacrol, ocimen and caryophyllene. Herbalists and phyto-therapists say that wild oregano contains a number of powerful antioxidants that fight against the negative elements in the body. The tea is used according to the instructions on the package. A little milk or honey can be added. Tea is not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Black currant buds and young leaves contain a lot of vitamins and minerals. The leaf is less well known although it is an effective herbal remedy for treating rheumatism / gout especially against rheumatoid arthritis. The leaf of the black plant is effective against all ailments due to excessive, excessive and inadequate reaction of the immune system. Tea, tincture and blackcurrant extract are also recommended for allergic problems. Tea normalizes blood circulation, cures anemia, helps against skin diseases. The leaf contains flavonoids and tannins that are especially important for people with Crohn’s disease or chronic appendicitis. For people who use corticosteroids there is no need to use blackcurrant oil and leaves but it can be done in combination with some non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Due to the tannins, black currant is a mild remedy for diarrhea, especially in combination with raspberry and wild blackberry leaves.
Wild strawberry – a drink made from wild strawberry is a good fighter against anemia, heart disease, allergies and leukemia. This plant has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antipyretic properties that help lower the temperature, eliminate inflammatory processes in the body and muscle pain. Strawberries are effective for burns. Regular consumption of strawberries speeds up circulation, slows down aging and loss of tissue elasticity. Strawberries help fight cellulite. Strawberries are a low-calorie fruit that reduces appetite. They are a common ingredient in a variety of diets. Tea can be used for gargling. Wild strawberry leaf tea is used in folk medicine to strengthen the whole organism, removes sand and stones in the urine and helps excrete urine. This drink cleanses the blood well. The drink can be enhanced by adding raspberry and blackberry leaves. Leaf tea stimulates digestion, treats hemorrhoids, diarrhea and intestinal / gastric catarrh. Add 2 tablespoons of herbs to one liter of boiling water. Keep the drink in a hot oven for 2-3 hours. Drink 2-3 cups of tea daily.

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