Marjoram is naturally antiseptic and tonic, has properties with anti-spasmodic, expectorant, mucolytic, healing, digestive, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, and can be used with various treatments, such as:
It had improved digestion and bowel function;
Improves symptoms of stress and anxiety;
Help in the treatment of gastric ulcers;
Assists in the treatment of infectious diseases;
Helps eliminate excess gas;
Helps control blood pressure, cholesterol and improve blood circulation, preventing cardiovascular disease. ... View more »
Marjoram is a herb with a delicate flavor and very appreciated in cooking, however, it has action
antispasmodic, expectorant, mucolytic, healing, digestive, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, and can be used for several purposes, such as: Improve the functioning of the intestine and avoid symptoms of poor digestion; decrease symptoms of stress and anxiety; assist in the treatment of gastric ulcers; promote the health of the nervous system;
help in the treatment of infectious diseases; eliminate gases; lower blood pressure,
control cholesterol and improve blood circulation, preventing cardiovascular disease. ... View more »
Black tea improves digestion, helps you lose weight, controls diabetes and increases the chances of women getting pregnant. Black tea has the least antioxidants compared to other types, however, as it has the highest amount of caffeine, it has the greatest effect on weight loss, according to nutritionists. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and, if consumed moderately, helps to regulate blood pressure, preventing cardiovascular problems.
Black tea is also composed of tannins that have this astringent effect, that is, it can dry and dehydrate the intestine, causing constipation and hindering the absorption of nutrients. In addition, this dysfunction impairs the absorption of iron by the body and can cause anemia. ... View more »
Among its main properties are potassium, vitamin C, vitamin K and folate. Not only, the fruit is rich in fiber, which helps in intestinal functioning and weight loss, and in flavonoids, powerful antioxidants, helps to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's and prevents anemia. Pomegranate has no fat in its composition. It can be used as a treatment aid: throat, blood pressure, as well as skin rejuvenation. ... View more »
Tamarind is rich in vitamins C and E, B vitamins, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, manganese and even some fibers. Thanks to this, tamarind tea is an excellent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antacid. Helps lower cholesterol levels; blood pressure; improves the immune system; nerve function; anemia and strengthens the body against infections caused by fungi and microbes, in addition to stimulating the functioning of the intestine, solving problems such as trapped intestines, digestion and defecation. ... View more »
Lemon balm, also known as lemon balm or melissa, is widely used in the treatment of digestive problems.
Scientific name Melissa officinalis, lemon balm, is soothing, diuretic and expectorant and can be used as a tea to calm, combat fluid retention and also to combat phlegm, when associated with lemon.
The lemon balm stands out for its soothing and sedative action, helping to reduce insomnia, anxiety and reduce stress.
Some research shows that the strong antioxidant action of lemon balm helps to lower levels of bad cholesterol, LDL. Thus, the herb could prevent cardiovascular disease.
Lemon balm helps to lower blood pressure because it provides a small vasodilation of peripheral blood vessels.
Lemon balm has a strong antioxidant action helping to prevent cell aging and cancer prevention.
Lemon balm has an effect against gastric problems as it fights stress by helping the indigestion difficulty associated with nervous tension
Taking large amounts of lemon balm can cause a decrease in heart rate, drowsiness and a drop in blood pressure.
Lemon balm is not suitable for pregnant women, nursing mothers and children under 12 years old.
It is not indicated for people with hypotension and hypothyroidism. These people should avoid their consumption.
Those who use sedative drugs, such as tranquilizers, should also avoid taking lemon balm tea. ... View more »