Miraculous Power of Herbal Teas -Learn All About 30 Different Species of Herbs(medicinal effect and preparation)

 

Teas originally have the major role in the treatment of different disease .Its known that we have records of 400 medicinal plants. Teas contain polyphenols, pigments, and essential oils that reduce the harmful effects of peroxide in the body. It is known that they are the guardians of health and “hunters” to free radicals.

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 Yarrow (Lat. Achillea Millefolium)

Common name: yarrow, vervain, milfoil

The medicinal effect: yarrow is widespread throughout Europe, Siberia, the Caucasus, the Himalayas, most parts of Asia, including the Far East. Benefits the entire herbaceous plant at the flowering stage (herb). This is an herbal medication for the treatment of premenstrual syndrome and menopausal complaints, lentils loss of appetite, pain and heaviness in the stomach, poor intestinal motility and dyspeptic complaints. Used to stimulate flow and bile secretion. Tea made from yarrow should not be used by people who have stones in the gallbladder, liver damage and diarrhea.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml  of boiling water, leave to stand covered  for 20 minutes, strain and drink.

Hibiscus (Lat. Hibiscus sabdariffa)

The medicinal effect: Hibiscus is originating from the territory of present-day India and China.  This plant comes from Syria, where the Syrian named it Rose. Hibiscus goods :lowered blood pressure, causes a feeling of relaxation, improves digestion and increases the overall resistance of the organism. It is used as a substitute for vinegar with the anti-candida diet. Good in combination with mint and ginger.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with  200 ml of boiling water, let stand covered  for 10 minutes ,strain and drink.

Chamomile (Lat. Matricaria Chamomilla)

Common name: flea grass, buttercup

The medicinal effect: Chamomile is perhaps best known medicinal plant, which is widespread in almost all of Europe and Asia. It acts as a weak sedative, to treat depression and insomnia, for irritated respiratory system is used for inhalation, promotes digestion, reduces damage to mucous ulcer, it has antimicrobial properties when applied topically. It is used to rinse the irritated and inflamed eye, skin ulcers, eczema and wounds. The recommended daily intake of the 3 individual doses should not exceed 5g.
Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml of boiling water, let stand covered  for 10 minutes strain and drink.

St. John’s wort (lat. Hypericum perforatum)

Common name: cantor, wort, yellow balloon, yellow Kantaria, Goat weed, St. John’s wort

The medicinal effect: St. John’s wort originates from Eastern Europe and Western Siberia, and later spread throughout Europe, America and Australia. Benefits: The entire herbaceous plant at the flowering stage (herb). Causes mild sedative effect, suppresses pain – has anti-inflammatory effect, helps in the regeneration of damaged tissue, heal damaged skin and mucous membranes, hemorrhoids. It is used for the treatment of premenstrual syndrome and symptoms caused by menopause.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with  200 ml of boiling water, let stand covered  for 10 minutes strain and drink. The daily dose is 5 g.

Nettle (Lat. Urtica dioica)

Common name: nettle, common nettle

Medicinal effect: perennial herbaceous plant native to Europe, Asia, North Africa and North America. It is used for the treatment of inflammatory processes, of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, assists in the treatment of stones in the urinary tract, is a diuretic and urinary antiseptic. Helps with anemia, detoxify the body and reduces allergic reactions.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml cold water, and cook briefly. Then strain and drink. The daily dose is 8-12g.

Thyme(Lat. Thymus serpyllum)

Common name: thyme, thymus Vulgaris

The medicinal effect: the origin of this remarkable plant is the Western Mediterranean. It is also used in cooking. Is used for the treatment of a cough, bronchitis, as well as coughing. It is particularly effective when is used for inhalation with thyme. Benefits:The entire herbaceous plant at the flowering stage (herb).

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml  of boiling water, let stand covered for 10 minutes strain and drink .

Balm (Lat. Melissa Officinalis)

Common name: bee grass, lemon balm, lemon grass, lemon grass

The medicinal effect: Lemon balm is a perennial plant originating from southern Europe and the Mediterranean. It is mildly sedative to treat anxiety and insomnia. Used outdoors has antimicrobial activity, particularly against herpes simplex and zoster. In traditional medicine treats depression and migraine, gastric disorders caused by nervous tension.

Preparation: 1 tablespoon of tea pour  with 200 ml of boiling water, let stand covered  for 15 minutes and strain it. The daily dose is of up to 5g.

Mint (Lat. Mentha piperita)

Common name: mint, peppermint

The medicinal effect: mint originates from the European continent, but thanks to a wide use have become globally known. It is used in disorders digestion, mint oil safely lens irritable bowel syndrome and is working on increasing the quantity and quality of the extracted bile, combined with caraway reduces the amount of gas in the intestines, often with rose water, sage and Calendula is used to treat inflammation of the mucous membranes of the oral cavity and throat.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with  200 ml  of boiling water, let stand covered  for 10 minutes , strain and drink.

Marigold (Lat.Calendula Officinalis)

Common name:Pot Marigold, Common Marigold, Scotch Marigold

The medicinal effect: Marigold is one of the most widely used plants in phytotherapy. Originally from India. It is used to treat inflammation of the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat, for the treatment of wounds and burns and to treat vaginal yeast infections. Externally used to treat eczema and dermatitis with  primrose oil.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 2oo ml of boiling water, let stand  covered  for 10 minutes , strain and drink.

Parsley (Lat. Petroselinum Sativum)

The medicinal effect: parsley is a plant that originates from the Middle East to spread throughout Europe, and the first colonists were carrying to America. Parsley has a pleasant, mild spice or tea is rich in iron, reliable urinary antiseptic and to treat stones in the urinary tract.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml of boiling water, cover and leave to stand for 30 minutes , strain and drink. The daily dose is  6g.

Winter savory  (Lat. Saturea Montana)

The medicinal effect: the savory herb tea is harvested on the mountain. It is the best  antiseptic, disinfect the oral cavity, is used for sore throat, stomach, diarrhea, bronchitis, pneumonia, kidney, hepatitis . Phenolic compounds of winter savory act with bacterial and fungal infections. Use for preventive for many digestive ailments and urinary problems in the ear. Benefits: The entire herbaceous plant at the flowering stage (herb).

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml of boiling water, let stand covered  for 20 minutes and strain. Drink 3 times a day before meals.

Linden flower (Lat. Tilia cordata)

Common name: basswood

The medicinal effect: Lime has many long haul wood. It grows to a height of 30 to 40 meters and can reach an age of several hundred years. Originating from the European continent. Safe agent against influenza and conditions of elevated temperature facilitates sweating, soothing cough has a protective effect on the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract .

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml  of boiling water, let stand covered for 10 minutes and strain. Drink if necessary.

Corn silk (Lat. Zea Mays)

Common name:Maize

The medicinal effect: corn, from which removes the corn silk, is  from Central and South America, latter was transferred to Europe until the 15th century. Corn silk is used as a diuretic, gradually dissolves kidney stones, helps with chronic inflammation of the bladder, kidney colic. Corn silk is an integral part of many mixtures of teas for weight loss, is the beneficial remedy for rheumatism.

Preparation: 40g of dried silk pour with  1 liter of cold water, cover, heat up to boiling and allow to boil gently for 10 minutes. Strain and drink 200 ml every 3-4 hours during the day.

Primrose flower (Lat. Primula Officinalis)

Common name: primrose

The medicinal effect: primrose is originating both from our area (Europe), as well as central China. The most widespread in temperate and cold belts of the northern hemisphere. Used  to treat coughing and bronchitis, especially in combination with thyme and thyme or aniseed.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon (3 g) pour with 200 ml of boiling water, cover and leave to stand for 30 minutes then strain .

 Hibiskus (Lat. Hibiskus sabdariffa)

The medicinal effect: Hibiscus is originating from the territory of present-day India and China. This plant comes from Syria, where the Syrian named Rose. Hibiscus goods lowered blood pressure, causes a feeling of relaxation, improves digestion and increases the overall resistance of the organism. It is used as a substitute for vinegar with the anti-candida diet. An indispensable ingredient of refreshing cold tea with  mint and ginger .

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with  200 ml of boiling water, let covered  for 10 minutes and strain.

Hawthorn flower (Lat. Crataegus monogyna)

Common name: white hawthorn

The medicinal effect: Hawthorn is originating in Western and Central Europe, from Britain and Spain to the Czech Republic and Hungary. Hawthorn prevents arrhythmia, expanding coronary blood vessels, lowers cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, relieves symptoms of angina pectoris and reduce blood pressure because expanding peripheral blood vessels.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml  of boiling water, let stand covered for  2 hours and strain.

Black tea (Lat. Thea Sinensis)

Common name: Chinese tea, tea Georgian, Russian tea, Indian tea

The medicinal effect of black tea originates from Asia (China). Studies have shown that it has anti-cancer properties, and is used as herbal medication in prevention against cancer. It is used for the treatment of chronic gastritis and many other tumor  diseases. It stops diarrhea, increases immunity, stimulates intellectual functions. Black tea does not cause serious interference but  caffeine can speed up the heart rate, cause insomnia and increase in blood pressure.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml of boiling water, leave for 20 minutes to rest , strain and drink several times a day. The daily dose is 8g.

Celery (Lat. Apium Graveolens)

The medicinal effect originates from the Mediterranean – from southern Europe and North Africa, although it was grown and east of the Himalayas. Celery tea reduces appetite, promotes the secretion, is used in rheumatism, gout, and diabetes. Soothes nervous tension mixed with valerian, and reduces cellulite in a mixture with nettle, corn silk, green tea, sage, and artichoke.

Preparation: 1 teaspoon of the tea pour with 200 ml of boiling water, cover and leave to stand for 30 minutes and strain.

Cranberry (Lat. Vaccinum macrocarpon)

Medicinal effect: originates from the North American continent. Cranberry has an antibacterial effect, it prevents sticking bacteria, in particular, Escherichia coli, the epithelium of the urinary tract.  To raise general resistance drink cranberry with thyme and ginger. Tea of cranberry leaf has a stronger antibacterial effect, but a mixture of cranberry tea.

Preparation: 1 tablespoon pour with 200 ml  cold water, heat in a covered pot to boiling. Remove from the heat and after 5 minutes, strain and drink.

Basil (Lat. Ocimum basilicum)

Common name: basil

The medicinal effect:basil is a perennial herbaceous plant, originating in India. Benefits :The entire herbaceous plant at the flowering stage (herb). Facilitates digestion, prevents stomach cramps, intestinal infections, and causes mild soporific and relaxing effect. In folk medicine used against migraines, dizziness, and mild neurotic disorders. Preparation : 1 teaspoon of tea pore with 200 ml of boiling water , let stand covered for 5 minutes , then strain and drink.

Blueberry (Lat. Vaccinum Myrtillus)

Common name: blueberry, wild myrtil

The medicinal effect: blueberry is widespread in central and northern Europe, Russia, North America. It grows and grows and in England, the Balkans and Iceland. It is used to relieve the symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency (varicose veins) and hemorrhoids, for the treatment of inflammation of the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat. Bilberry is also used as a means of stopping diarrhea. Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml of boiling water, cover and leave to cool, then strain and drink 3 times a day. The daily dose is 5 g.

Plantain (Lat. Plantago major)

National titles: female plantain, broadleaf plantain

Medicinal effect: Plantain is a perennial plant, which grows around the world, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. It can be found almost everywhere in rural and in urban areas, some even called weeds. It is used in inflammation of the skin and mucous membranes, as it soothes inflammation. It works against inflamed intestinal mucosa and urinary tract infections.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml  of boiling water, let stand covered  for 20 minutes , strain and drink.

Aronia fruit (Lat. Aronia melanocarpa)

Common name: Siberian Aronia

The medicinal effect: aronia berries  originating from the east of North America, while today it is widespread in Russia, Finland and Sweden. Prevents degeneration and slows the aging process of the body, improves blood circulation, helps with headaches and migraines, inhibits the development of atherosclerosis and creates a strong protection against the onset of dementia. Reduces high blood pressure, bad cholesterol back to normal and encourages an increase in good cholesterol, prevents bacterial and viral infections (colds, flu, …), it reduces symptoms of inflamed and varicose veins. Soothes spasms and pain in the stomach, calms inflammation of the lining of the stomach, improves liver function and bile secretion, cleans the liver from fat, regenerate it with serious illnesses. Treating and regulates inflammation of the gallbladder and bile ducts, jaundice, biliary sand and gall stone, binds to heavy metals and radioactive elements in the body and allows their excretion, which is the most useful after the exposure with the post-operative therapy.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with  0.5 liters of boiling water, let stand covered for 20 minutes, strain and drink 3 times a day.

Wild Rose (Lat. Rosa canina)

Common name: dog rose, wild rose

The medicinal effect: this is the plant, which thrives in areas with warmer climates,  origin from Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and northern India. Have a beneficial effect on the digestive organs, the excretion of urine, prevention of kidney stones, cleans the blood. In combination with ginger removes the feeling of fatigue, unwillingness and pallor of the skin.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 300 ml  cold water, heat and let boil for 5 minutes, leave stand for 30 minutes , strain and drink.

Licorice root (Lat. Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Common name : Licorice

Medicinal effect: perennial herb, which originates from the eastern Mediterranean to Southwest Asia. It was used as medicine in all ancient cultures from the Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Arabic. Used for easier coughing up secretions from the trachea, bronchi and lungs, with the ulcer protecting damaged in inflamed mucous membranes, reduces pain and a burning sensation. Licorice should not be used by people with diabetes or high blood pressure. Not recommended for liver damage, either during pregnancy and lactation. Benefits :the entire herbaceous plant at the flowering stage (herb).

Preparation of 1 teaspoon of tea was poured 150 ml  with cold water, was slowly heated to boiling , let stand covered for 10 minutes , strain and drink.

Uva (Lat. Arctostaphylos UVA-URSI)

Common name: bear grapes,

The medicinal effect: widespread in mountains in the area of Europe, Asia and North America. In eastern countries have the status of protected species. This is an herbal tea that is used as a urinary antiseptic. For successfully effect , the urine should be basic – so  it is good to mixed with couch grass or corn silk, parsley and dandelion.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml  of boiling water, cover and leave to stand for  20 minutes and strain.The daily dose is 5 g.

 Valerian root (Lat. Valeriana officinalis)

Common name: Valerian

The medicinal effect: the plant comes from Europe, can be found in forests, in moist meadows , also you can grow it by yourself . It is effective for improving and extending the duration of sleep. Help in  insomnia and anxiety, lower blood pressure and prevent gasses in the colon. Should not be used by children younger than 3 years, pregnant women .Valerian may increase the effect of antidepressants and alcohol.

Preparation: 1 tablespoon of tea (2-3 g) pour with  200 ml of boiling water, cover and leave to stand for 15 minutes and strain. Drink 3 times a day or before going to sleep.

 Lady’s mantle (Lat. Alchemilla Vulgaris)

Common name: beef grass, lady’s mantle

The medicinal effect: the plant is present throughout Europe It has a mild diuretic effect so that the tea from this plant shrinks blood vessels and raises blood pressure. Among other things, is used in painful and heavy menstruation, white washing and similar gynecological disorders. In combination with yarrow in the ratio of 1: 1 helps in irregular cycles during puberty. This tea  also stops bleeding after tooth extraction.

Preparation: 1 teaspoon of tea pour with to 2.5 dl boiling water, leave for  10 minutes in a covered pot , strain, and drink  in small sips.

Sage (lat. Salvia officinalis)

Common name : common sage , garden sage .

The medicinal effect: Sage is  one of the most popular herbs. Originates from Eastern Europe and Asia Minor. Since ancient times referred to in China, Persia, and Europe. It is used to treat inflammation of the lining of the mouth and throat, especially when is used together with thyme, lavender, and rosemary. Sage boiled 10 minutes in capped pot and cooled is used for the vaginal showers with rose-water.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml of boiling water, leave stand covered  for 20 minutes , strain and drink.

 Green Tea(Lat. Thea Sinesis)

Common name: Chinese tea, tea Georgian, Russian tea, Indian tea

The medicinal effect: Green tea was originated in Asia, probably China. Affect the prevention of cancer and has anticancer properties. It is used for the treatment of chronic gastritis and many other tumor  diseases. It stops diarrhea, increases immunity, stimulates intellectual functions. Green tea does not cause serious interference but caffeine can speed up the heart rate, cause insomnia and increase in blood pressure.

Preparation: 1 tea spoon pour with 200 ml of boiling water, leave stand covered for 20 minutes, strain and drink several times a day. The daily dose is 8g.

Elderberry tea (Lat. Sambucus nigra)

Common name: Elder

The medicinal effect: originating  from Europe, northwest Africa, Southwest Asia and western and northern America. It promotes easier to cough up, raises the general resistance of the organism and is unavoidable herbal medication in the treatment of flu.

Preparation: 1 teaspoon pour with 2oo ml of boiling water, cover and leave to stand for 15 minutes , strain and drink.


Author:K.S

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