Teas for uric acid problems

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Freixo tea

Freixo has properties with a diuretic, laxative, purifying, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, healing and rejuvenating analgesic action. It can be used to treat health problems such as gout, rheumatism, cellulite, cholesterol, obesity, bad breath, urea accumulation, excess uric acid, constipation, kidney stones and fever. ... View more »

Elderberry flower tea

Elderberry flowers have expectorant properties, blood circulation stimulants, sweat production stimulants, antivirals and anti-inflammatories. Thus, elderberries can be used to help treat cold and flu, fever, cough, rhinitis, allergic symptoms, wounds, abscesses, uric acid buildup, kidney problems, hemorrhoids, bruises, chilblains and rheumatism. ... View more »

Parsley Tea

Consumption of parsley can bring many health benefits, it is a wonderful herb to improve digestion and decrease uric acid levels, in addition to a potent antioxidant. For those who suffer from swelling in the legs, this tea is recommended. In addition, its diuretic action is almost instantaneous, as it stimulates the kidneys to release excess fluids from the body and prevents retention.

It can also prevent cancer by activating glutathione, a powerful antioxidant in the body;
colds and premature aging, as it is rich in antioxidants such as essential oils, vitamin C and flavonoids, especially luteolin;
Strengthen the immune system, as it is rich in vitamin C and has antibacterial properties;
Prevent anemia, as it is rich in iron and folic acid;
Prevent heart disease, such as atherosclerosis, as it is rich in antioxidants;
Help in the control of diabetes;
Prevent thrombosis and stroke, by preventing the formation of blood clots;
Improve skin health and digestion, due to its high content of antioxidants;
Control hypertension, as it is diuretic;
Fight urinary infection, for having antibacterial and diuretic action ... View more »