As already mentioned, baicurú is an important ally in fighting inflammation and bacteria, in addition to being a powerful astringent. Among women who wish to become pregnant, tea from the plant is quite widespread as it is believed to increase fertility. It is also indicated to combat diseases such as diabetes, dysmenorrhea, uterine discharge, sterility, inflammation (uterus, ovaries) and ulcers. Among the active principles of the plant are: sulfates, chlorites and phosphates of sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium.
Using the Baicurú
The plant can be used in the form of tea, in the proportion of 10g of fresh roots or 5g of dry roots, or even a tablespoon for each cup of water, up to three times a day. To prepare the drink, just put water to boil, when it is boiling, add the baicurú root and then turn off the heat. Let it sit for about five minutes and the tea will be ready to drink. It is recommended that ingestion be done at intervals of less than 12 hours.
Another way to consume the herb is through 30g capsules. For this variation, it is recommended that it be eaten before the main meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner. The plant can also be found in the form of a liquid extract, used according to the specializations of the laboratory that produced it.
To make the best use of the plant, it is advised that women avoid drinking tea during pregnancy, especially in the first three months. After that, in breastfeeding the use of the substance should also be avoided. It is important that, before starting any treatment, even if it is natural, seek medical advice. He will know the best way to do it, according to the needs of each person.