Agrimony Tea

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Agrimony Tea

Agrimónia is rich in therapeutic properties such as: astringent, analgesic, antidiarrheal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiviral, anxiolytic, soothing, healing, depurative, diuretic, relaxing, hypoglycemic, tonic and deworming and acts as a liver protector. being in folk medicine to treat skin wounds, abscesses, kidney stones, phlegm, cystitis, colic, diarrhea, angina, sore throat, laryngitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis, phlegm, in addition to relieving coughs, flu and colds.

Preparation

  • 1 teaspoon of Agrimonia leaves
  • 1 cup of water
  • Preparation mode:
  • Boil the water with the leaves of Agrimônia until it starts to boil, then turn off the heat, cover and leave to infuse for 10 minutes.
  • Then strain and drink 3 cups a day

Medicinal benefits of: Agrimony Tea

    Agrimony Tea belongs to the group of:
  • Teas to eliminate colic
  • Teas for bronchitis
  • Teas to treat cystitis (urinary tract)
  • Teas that aid in the treatment of kidney stones
  • Teas to relieve cough
  • Teas that help remove excess fat from the skin's surface
  • Blood purifying teas
  • Teas with antiviral benefits
  • Teas for throat problems
  • Teas that aid in the treatment of tonsillitis
  • Teas that help in the treatment of flu
  • Teas to help heal (healing)
  • Teas that help in the treatment of laryngitis
  • Teas that aid in the treatment of vermifuge
  • Teas to treat the cold
  • Teas that help in the treatment of skin wounds
  • Teas that help in the treatment of abscesses
  • Teas with analgesic function
  • Teas with macrobial benefits
  • Diuretic teas
  • Teas that assist in the treatment of phlegm
  • Teas for diarrhea problems
  • Anti-inflammatory teas

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This recipe was consulted 3764 X - Since: 2020-11-23 - Shared by: Abigail Flauzino