By winter, our immune system may be weakened, and colds and upper respiratory complaints are common. But inflammations can be present in our body without viruses.
Uncle Gyuri Szabó, the grass man from Bükk and his daughter, Zsuzs Lopes-Szabó, who is also a certified herbalist, are now presenting herbs with which we can successfully reduce even latent inflammations.
Did you know that most herbs contain anti-inflammatory drugs?
Of course, folk medicine, based on the experience of the past centuries, considers different herbs to be effective in treating various inflammatory complaints. At the same time, we also know that under the law of synergism, herbs with similar effects also “work better” when used together in the right proportions. Why? Because they amplify each other’s influence.
Therefore, although many people already blow from the outside that chamomile, elderflower, spear plantain, or yarrow are good for reducing inflammation, the correct proportions of mixing are not known to laymen.
Zsuzsa, her father’s knowledge based on traditions, coupled with the research results of the modern age, enriches the line of Uncle Gyuri’s herbal teas with his own recipes. Developed by him Chamomile tea blend (To reduce inflammation) successfully reduces the inflammations that lurk in the body or flare up in the body and play a role in the development of most diseases.
With this mixture, not only can the symptoms of colds and sore throats be successfully treated at home, but they can also help alleviate the following inflammatory complaints:
- Internally: sore throat, uterine and vaginitis, arthritis, sinusitis, intestinal, bladder, tendon sheath, liver, tonsil, prostate, colitis, colds, and even for headaches. Also for cough, sore throat and tonsillitis, stomatitis also in the form of rinsing and gargling. Due to its significant essential oil content, it is also suitable for inhalation in case of sore throat and tonsillitis.
- Externally wound healing, used as a compress for bruises, as a cleanser for other wounds. It has a calming effect in bathing water.
What’s in the chamomile tea blend?
One of our best known and most effective herbs is chamomile. In case of sore throat, it is recommended internally and for inhalation, in case of eye inflammation as a compress and cleanser, but in case of all kinds of inflammation it can be used in the form of a tea source. Decreased eczema, skin irritation, skin soothing effect. For digestive complaints, tea should be consumed internally between meals.
A walnut leaves, Uncle Gyuri’s favorite herb is often recommended, as walnut tea is a general blood and lymphatic cleanser that is absolutely necessary to treat inflammation as well. It is also externally effective for ulcerated wounds and dermatitis.
A spear plantain it is mainly used for sore throat and bronchitis due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Both its raw leaf and tea stew are effective for wound healing.
Due to its anti – inflammatory, antibacterial, fungicidal, antiviral properties a marigold can be used effectively to treat all kinds of wounds and inflammations.
It is used in folk medicine externally for burns and internally to reduce inflammation.
The small tuft due to its antibacterial effect it can be used for sore throat, intestinal inflammation, mouth wounds, due to its astringent effect it can be used for diarrhea. It reduces inflammation of the skin and mucous membranes due to its tannin content. Can be used both externally and internally.
A cickafark its essential oil has an anti-inflammatory effect, e.g. recommended for vaginitis and uterine inflammation. It has an antibacterial effect. It is used as a wound healer to treat bruises and minor injuries externally. It is also used for antipyretics, hemostasis (eg bleeding hemorrhoids) and has a mild antihypertensive effect. It reduces allergies and has an antispasmodic effect.
How to make anti-inflammatory tea?
Boil a spoonful of tea leaves (3 g) with 2.5 dl of water and filter after 15 minutes. In case of known inflammation, drink the tea mixture with 1-3 cups a day, between meals, until the symptoms disappear. Adults can consume it indefinitely. Recommended for prevention with 2-3 cups per week. It can be used for inhalation, gargling, as a compress, as a cleanser, and can even be added to bath water.
It can be given to children from the age of 6 diluted (one teaspoon of tea grass for 2.5 dl of water). During pregnancy and lactation, the daily dose of one cup should not be exceeded, it can be consumed continuously for a maximum of 2 weeks, after which there should be a break of 2 weeks.
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