Sleep tea, easy to prepare. Strong natural sleeping pill

Sleep tea. Banana tea can be considered a real natural iron sleep. It contains three main nutrients about which it’s said that helps improve sleep – potassium, magnesium

i tryptophan.

Bananas are a good source of magnesium and potassium, two minerals that have been correlated with better sleep quality and length due to their relaxing muscle properties, according to studies.

Bananas also provide tryptophan, an important amino acid for the production of sleep-inducing hormones serotonin and melatonin.

– a few organic banana peels. IMPORTANT: If you have regular bananas, you must wash them well with baking soda or vinegar.
– 1 tablespoon of cinnamon powder
– a teaspoon

How to make banana peel tea

The fresh banana peels are washed well, their heads are cut and they are put in a pan where they are left for 1-2 hours until they turn black. Then the pan is placed in the oven heated to 65 degrees Celsius, ie the ideal pasteurization temperature and left until it dries completely.
After they are dry, they are crushed and boiled in a bowl with water for 12-15 minutes. After removing the tea from the heat, add the cinnamon and then you can infuse it for a few minutes and a teaspoon of flowers.

of lavender or a sachet of lavender tea. Then strain and eat warm before bed. In maximum 10-15 minutes you will sleep logs. If you are left with dried banana peels, you can keep them in canvas bags in a dark and cool place.

stress. This tea also has excellent calming effects in stressful situations but you must be careful, if you drink it during work you will be overwhelmed by a strong state of drowsiness and it will be difficult to stay awake. The anti-stress effect is due SEROTONIN. Studies have shown that there are quantities in banana peels

large of serotonin, a substance used by doctors to treat depression. Banana peels also contain a significant amount of lutein, the substance that helps protect the eyes from cataracts.

Health benefits of banana tea

Drinking banana tea can provide various health benefits.

Contains antioxidants

Bananas are naturally rich in water-soluble antioxidants, including dopamine and galocatechin, which can help fight free radicals and prevent chronic conditions such as heart disease.


The peel has much higher antioxidant levels than the banana itself. Therefore, adding the peel to the tea during preparation can increase the intake of these molecules.

Although bananas are naturally rich in vitamin C, banana tea is not a good source of this antioxidant because it is sensitive to heat and will likely be destroyed during cooking.

It can prevent bloating

Banana tea is rich in potassium, an important mineral and electrolyte for regulating fluid balance, healthy blood pressure and muscle contractions, according to studies.

Potassium works closely with sodium, another mineral and electrolyte, to regulate the balance of fluids in your cells. However, when they contain more sodium than potassium, you may have water retention and bloating.

The potassium and water content of banana tea can help counterbalance the bloating caused by a high-salt diet by signaling the kidneys to excrete more sodium in the urine.

Poor in sugar

Banana tea can be a good substitute for sugary drinks. Only a small amount of banana sugar is released into the water during preparation, acting as a natural sweetener for tea. Most people consume too much sugar from their drinks, which is associated with an increased risk of obesity, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Therefore, opting for sugar-free drinks, such as banana tea, can be an easy way to reduce your sugar intake.

It can support heart health

Nutrients in banana tea can support heart health. Banana tea contains potassium and magnesium, which have been shown to help lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.

In fact, a study 90,137 women found that a high-potassium diet was associated with a 27% lower risk of stroke.

Moreover, a diet rich in catechins, a type of antioxidant in banana tea, can reduce the risk of heart disease. However, no studies have directly analyzed the antioxidants in banana tea or their effects on the risk of heart disease.

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