Aquileia, also known as a thousand leaves, is a plant used for several types of alternative treatments for various types of diseases.

From controlling the flow of menstruation to fighting the pain caused by rheumatism, Aquileia tea can be used to treat illnesses even in animals.

Aquileine tea


In addition to being a drink that fights free radicals, helping to slow the skin’s premature aging process, it also favors the production of sweat, helping to put all harmful toxins out of the body.

The drink has a great efficacy in the treatment of poor circulation, having a direct effect in cases of varicose veins and narrow or broken vessels that bother those who have them so much.

Aquileia tea facilitates the dilation of the veins, increasing blood flow more easily from the lower limbs to the scalp, helping to prevent hair loss and baldness. It also has a great healing power, eliminating pimples, acnes, wounds, superficial cuts, scratches and even hemorrhoids.

It has a great expectorant power, helping to fight various respiratory diseases and lung problems. Aquileia decreases the flow of menstruation. But the ideal is to look for an expert on the subject before drinking the tea, if that is your intention.

Aquileia leaves and flowers also help to relieve pain caused by diseases such as rheumatism, arthritis and arthrosis.

How to prepare tea


  • 20 g of dried leaves;
  • 1 liter of water.

Preparation mode

Wash the aquile leaves. Add them to boiling water. Once the drink has come to a boil, turn off the heat and smother the drink for up to ten minutes. Try to consume the tea twice a day.


Aquileia tea is contraindicated for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Excessive use of the drink can also lead to headaches, allergies and dermatitis.