Phytotherapy helps against the unpleasant symptoms of heart, nerve and lung diseases


Phytotherapy is an excellent adjuvant therapy and therapy for rehabilitation after illness. Therapy with herbs and teas can have a beneficial effect on strengthening the heart, nerves and lungs. In addition to herbal / herbal therapy, regular physical exercise, diet, physical therapy, massage, breathing exercises help. Herbal / herbal or tea therapy helps to strengthen the weakened organism after illness and the use of medical therapy with drugs.
Lungs – chest discomfort, inability to breathe deeply, feeling short of breath. Marshmallow plant helps to breathe easier, dissolves secretions from the lungs after coughing, facilitates coughing. Pour 400 tablespoons of small dried marshmallow root with 400 ml of cold water. Keep refrigerated overnight. In the morning, put on a light temperature until the mixture boils without further cooking. Strain. Drink 100 ml three times a day. Therapy with marshmallow tea lasts 10 days.
Heart-heart rhythm disorder, arterial pressure disorder. Hawthorn is a plant that strengthens blood vessels and small capillaries, strengthens coronary circulation and heart muscle contractions, and has an anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial effect. Hawthorn has regenerative properties. The plant Gnaphalium uliginosum has a moderate hypotensive effect, slows down the frequency of heart contractions. It has anti-inflammatory properties. Mix the dried flowers and leaves of hawthorn, the stems of Gnaphalium uliginosum and Filipendula ulmaria in two equal parts. Pour 300-400 ml of boiling water. After an hour or two strain. Drink 100 ml three times daily before meals. For people who have stomach / stomach problems, they need to drink tea after a meal. Therapy lasts two to three weeks. After this period, you should take a break for two weeks and continue with the therapy.
Nervous system – general weakness, difficulties during physical loads, pain in the muscular system. Depression, panic attacks, lavender, valerian and St. John’s wort are teas / herbs that relieve neurological symptoms. Lavender has a great effect on the psyche, reduces nervous tension, insomnia, depression and unexplained fear. Lavender soothes, relaxes, and removes the feeling of tension. During the plague period in Europe, many people saved their lives by poking their noses, throats and mouths with a handkerchief soaked in lavender water. Lavender is used to disinfect wounds and burns. Valerian calms and relaxes. It is the healthiest remedy for insomnia, pain and fear. Valerian relieves chronic fatigue, headache, pain in the stomach, muscles, hypochondria. Regulates blood pressure. St. John’s wort cures depression. St. John’s wort is used as an antidepressant, sedative and antibiotic. Numerous scientific studies confirm these claims. Tea preparation: pour a small spoonful of dried herbs with 2 dl of boiled water. One cup is used in the morning before meals and in the evening before bedtime.
St. John’s wort tea has a beneficial effect on: menstrual pain, mild depression, mood disorders in menopause, insomnia (tea is drunk in the evening, before bedtime), gastritis and stomach ulcers, liver disease, inflammation of the bladder, incontinence in adults and nocturnal urination in children , infection of the oral cavity. Pour two tablespoons of this plant with 3dl of water. Let stand 12 to 16 hours. A cure for all internal diseases was obtained. A cup of tea with a little honey every day makes the pain in the joints and back, problems with rheumatism, swelling and sprains disappear.

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