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Benefits and properties of balsam tea

by Dianna Leon

Originally from Asia and South Africa, Balsam is a plant of the Crassulaceae family. It has flowers in yellowish tones, succulent leaves and can reach up to 0.50 meters in height. According to the natural medicinal tradition, its leaves can be consumed to cure and help in the treatment of various ailments, having a slightly acidic taste.

Importance of natural medicine

The culture of using plants to prevent and treat diseases is very old, having its first reports in the beginning of civilization. Over the centuries, man evolved and began to create his own medicines and treatments, as a more effective form of cure and a chance to inflate the pharmaceutical market financially. The fact is that one medicine does not nullify the other, one should not only bet on natural medication without the guidance of a trusted doctor, and one should not only rely on pharmaceutical medication and give up good natural remedies. One can perfectly complement the other. In the case of the Balsam plant, for example, its tea provides the body with several benefits that can work together with various medications.

Balsam Properties

Healing, digestive, therapeutic and emollients.

Active principles

Triterpenes, mucilages, cinnamic and benzoic acids, hydrolysable tannins, piperidine alkaloids and sesquiterpenes.

What are the benefits?

Because it has the above-mentioned beneficial properties, Balsam tea is commonly indicated for diabetes, burns, chronic bronchitis, urinary tract infections, ulcers, skin and muscle inflammation, epilepsy, headache, sprains, bruises, gastrointestinal inflammation, chilblains and respiratory infections.

How to prepare balm tea?

To obtain the benefits that Balsam tea can provide, in addition to including it in the preparation of salads and juices, the most suitable way is through its tea. Just put the kettle on the fire with 500 ml of filtered water and 05 well-washed leaves of the plant. Cover and boil for 10 minutes. Then turn off and heat and keep the kettle covered to smother the liquid. 10 minutes later, strain the tea, sweeten to taste and, when the temperature is pleasant, consume it between 2 and 3 times a day, preferably before the main meals.

Repeat the above recipe daily for a week. If you do not notice improvement in the condition that affected you or feel any type of unwanted reaction, discontinue use and seek medical assistance immediately. It is also recommended that you make an appointment with your doctor before starting the treatment with the tea, to make sure that your body will adapt well to the plant.

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