Use Linden tea
Lime tea is a great vitamin drink. Tea can lead you to the norm, it will help if you feel unwell and warm up with colds. Lime tea with a small amount of honey strengthens the immune system and reduces the risk of catching an infection.
Lime tea protects against respiratory diseases and will be your ambulance if the infection you have contracted. Because a large number in Linden tea contains vitamins A, C and volatile, it is an excellent antiseptic. Lime flower tea relieves the symptoms of colds, viral infections, inflammation. It lowers body temperature, serves as a good expectorant, diaphoretic and diuretic. In some countries, such as Germany, lime tea advise health service for the treatment and prevention of colds.
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Tune in the morning to work or to unwind after a hard day’s work will help Jasmine green tea, the benefits and harms it has long been known to all. This drink gives a feeling of peace and tranquility. In addition, it possesses some medicinal properties, perhaps that is why there are many fans around the world.
Jasmine is used not only for making tea. It is used in cosmetics and perfumes. This beautiful flower with a unique flavor is also a powerful aphrodisiac.
The benefits and harms of green tea with Jasmine
Jasmine green tea has powerful antioxidant properties. It includes more than one hundred organic compounds, and almost all known science today vitamins, micro and macroelements. It is very rich Continue reading
For centuries, people use the common weed dandelion (Tarazacum officinale) in folk medicine, and quite active.
Native Americans used a decoction of the plant for the treatment of skin diseases, heartburn, abdominal pain and constipation, and also for power charging.
In Ancient China with this vegetable raw materials increased the body’s defenses against infections of the upper respiratory tract, bronchitis, pneumonia, and mastitis. Today, Chinese herbalists recommend dandelion when stomach problems, appendicitis, inflammation and during lactation.
In the X century Arab physicians attributed their patients dandelion as a laxative, diuretic and tonic for the liver remedy.
Modern medicine confirms the beneficial properties of various Continue reading