Guaco tea with honey combines the bronchodilator and expectorant properties of this medicinal plant, with the antiseptic and calming properties of honey. Being indicated for the treatment of several respiratory problems, such as: flu, cough, hoarseness, throat infection, bronchitis, allergies and skin infections. In addition, this plant is popularly used to treat rheumatism. ... View more »
Willow tea with ulmaria has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, relieving joint pain, besides being good for arthritis, osteoarthritis. As active ingredients, ulmaria contains salicylates, flavonoids, tannins, phenols, mucilages with emollient action, vitamin C with immune stimulating action and various minerals. Salicylates act as anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic; flavonoids, such as quercetin and rutin, have anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory and tonic effects on circulation; tannins act as tissue regenerators and astringents; and phenols act as an antiseptic.
Willow is contraindicated for pregnant women, individuals with allergy to aspirin and patients with gastrointestinal problems, such as ulcers, gastritis. ... View more »
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 »