Guinea is how Erythrina mulunga is popularly known. It also bears mulungu, muchocho, murungo, totocero, erythrine, parrot beak, coral flower, coral tree, pau-immortal, cape-man swine, penknife, among many others. The Guinea does not receive this nickname for anything; the plant’s tea lives up to its name and is an excellent sedative, tranquilizer, and natural sleep aid.
Benefits of amansa senhor tea
It is ideal for people who suffer from anxiety, stress, insomnia, hysteria, panic attack, depression, or other nervous system problems.
The calming effect of Guinea can also be beneficial to treat withdrawal problems in people addicted to nicotine (cigarette) or other drugs.
Furthermore, gentleman tea is also great for treating respiratory ailments such as asthma and bronchitis. Fights cough is an expectorant diuretic, protects liver cells against toxic agents, has the power to produce narcosis, is hypnotic, and helps stop inflammation.
Compressing the plant can also help treat muscle pain caused by rheumatism and arthritis, for example. Taking a bath with the plant can also help relieve muscle tension and stress in place of a compress.
People who need to take medication to control blood pressure problems should avoid tame tea, sir, as the drink can potentiate the effect of the medicine.
Tendering tea sir
- 200 ml of water;
- 1 tablespoon of kneading powder, sir.
Bring the water to a boil and add the plant. Once the beverage has come to a boil, turn off the heat and smother the container for up to 10 minutes. Strain the drink and consume. Try to drink the tea, gentleman sir, 1 to 3 times a day.