Medicinal Herbal Tea for Womb
Discover the Medicinal Herbal Tea for the Womb with 10 individual sachets rich in properties that contribute to the regulation of the intestinal flora. Enjoy this powerful natural solution and feel lighter!
Ingredients: 25% Mallow (Malva sylvestris L.), 20% Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare L.), 20% Senna (Cassia angustifolia L.), 15% Senna leaf (Cassia angustifolia L.), 10% bark of Black Alder (Alnus glutinosa L.) and 10% of Olive leaf (Olea europaea L.).
Box: 10 Sachets x 1.5 g = 15 g
Sene - Originally from Tropical Asia, Sene is a small plant belonging to the Fabaceae family. It is a legume with highly laxative properties, so it's recommended for womb and the elimination of intestinal gases. It's also consumed to reduce appetite and improve intestinal flora. This property was discovered in the 9th century by the Arabs. However, its use only took place after the Renaissance. The expansion of the Sene will have started in the Middle East to North Africa.
For hundreds of years, senna tea will be consumed for the treatment of fever, indigestion and bronchitis. As a rule, the parts used in this plant are its leaves and its pods. Often, this tea is associated as an aid in the slimming process, although it only influences the body's deflation and the elimination of faeces. It is an ally for the balance of stomach.
Olive – The olive tree is a mythical tree of the Oleaceae family of slow growth, predominant in Portugal. This tree is known for its religious symbolism and the fact that it has survived for several hundred years. According to historical records, the famous “Olive of Mouchão” is considered the oldest existing in Portugal at about 3350 years. This olive tree has 3 meters in height, and it's located in Cascalhos (Mouriscas, Abrantes). This tree has deep roots that can reach 6 meters, facilitating the absorption of nutrients present in the soil. Olive leaves are pointed and quite resistant to weather changes.
Regarding medicinal properties, olive leaves can promote good digestion and venous relaxation. They may also contribute to the treatment of gastritis and ulcers, even as the reduction of blood glucose.
Water temperature: 100º
Infusion time: 3 to 5 minutes.
Recommended quantity: 1 cup before main meals. To prepare 1L of tea, it is recommended to use 4 sachets. It is recommended to take it daily for 30 days for short-term treatment, so it will be necessary to purchase 12 boxes for this purpose.
Preparation: place a teabag for every cup of boiled water. Let it rest, and you can consume it immediately, hot or cold.
Store in a dry (max. 20º) and cool (max. 60% humidity) place.
Warnings: Due to the presence of senna, consumption of this tea should be avoided by pregnant and breastfeeding women.