Tea for low immunity.
Day by day there are studies that highlight plants, vegetables or fruits with special health benefits. Some remain in the audience's attention, others do not. And yet, of all these, few help us to preserve our health and beauty and stimulate immunity. We tested them on their own skin and put them under the magnifying glass:
- Aloe Vera. We know it from our grandparents who planted it in glastre. We were in for help with burns or acne. The Aloe plant is a rich source of minerals such as calcium, sodium, iron, potassium, chromium, magnesium, manganese, copper and zinc but is among the few sources of vitamin B12, A, B, C, E and folic acid, which can not be properly assimilated only by diet. Later, we found it irreplaceable in our lives. Especially in the form of pure gel. Frequently consumed, the pure gel strengthens the immune system. It also has antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects that help treat certain skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis. It is also recommended for people who have problems with intestinal transit, increases protein uptake, improves burns in the stomach and has a calming effect on gums and soft mouth tissues. All these nutrients help maintain body weight within normal limits, prevent cellular aging and provide daily energy requirements. Aloe Vera cosmetic creams are indicated for skin feeding and have anti-aging effects.
- Marigold tea, golden flowers. We know them all from the grandfather's garden. Every year, they were colored in orange-yellow. And they were not there by chance. Wonderful yellow flowers have many benefits for the skin. Flowers contain vitamin C, betacarotene, sterols, flavonoids, tannins, volatile oil. The marigold tea is easy to prepare and has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiseptic, healing and antiparasitic properties. It is recommended that active people who feel very stressed should be able to make marigold tea. Its compounds fight against oxidative stress. And ladies and gentlemen must often drink marigold tea to maintain the health of the urinary system. Also, people with stomach problems can relieve illnesses such as: gastritis, indigestion, stomach burns. Even for children suffering from stomach disorders, marigold tea proves useful. In the case of cold and sore throats, the gargle with marigold tea will be helpful. Day-old marigold tea has a detoxifying effect, so it helps eliminate harmful toxins in the body and protects the liver, bladder and other internal organs, while also favoring weight loss. Marigold tea can also be applied by compresses (to relieve acne for example), and can be used for vaginal cleansing - at the doctor's advice.
- Arnica. This plant has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic action and facilitates rapid wound healing, being extremely effective in treating bruising. The main therapeutic indications are wounds, contusions, luxations, relieving rheumatic pain, low immunity, breast pain, abscess, arthritis, bacterial and fungal infections. Arnica is intended only for external use; preparations should never be applied around the eyes and mouth or open wounds.
- Ginger. Some of the longevest peoples in the world often use food. We talk about the famous ginger root. Whether it's sweetened along with sushi to Japanese, or freshly consumed - the ginger with its quick taste awakens our senses to life. It has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine when it comes to indigestion, migraines and colds of the season. It also has beneficial effects when it comes to respiratory infections, bronchitis, muscle cramps or coughing. In India and the Middle East since the first symptoms of a cold, make tea as follows: shake fresh ginger, squeeze a lemon and put a spoonful of honey and warm water. The results appear quickly. Also ginger turkey soup is excellent this season. To prepare it, you need turkey meat, 1 leek, 1 shingle, 1 parsley, half a ginger root, parsley, pepper. Put in a saucepan and leave it to boil. What makes this root so special? Its rich in potassium, zinc, calcium, copper and magnesium, vitamins B6, vitamin C, vitamin D, and essential oils with many beneficial properties such as gingerol, cineol, elemen, borneol, bisabolen, curcumen, phelladrene. Ginger is also recognized for its aphrodisiac effect.Ingredients