Plant belonging to the Asteraceae family, carpineira is a powerful herb that can be used in the treatment and cure of many diseases.

Depending on the region where it is found, carpineira can also be known as coravorana, cloves and ragweed.

The part that is used in treatments are the leaves. However, before including it in your routine, it is important to consult your doctor. Only he can allow its use, indicate the dosage, as well as certify that the herb will not bring any adverse effects to your health.

medicinal properties

The carpenter has great healing power. This is due to its medicinal properties. Among them, emphasis on the anthelmintic, antileukoreic, antiseptic, aromatic, stomachic, febrifuge and tonic action.

After knowing what brings the plant’s beneficial effects on human health, it’s time to find out which diseases it helps to fight. They are: fever, worms, nose hemorrhage, chronic hydrops, diarrhea, dysentery, uterine, gastric, lung hemorrhages, leukorrhea, and it also has an anti-hemorrhagic effect.

carpenter tea

The preparation of carpineira tea is very simple. For this you will need 250 ml of water, 30 grams of dried leaves and 10 grams of ginger. The first step is to bring the water to a boil. As soon as it shows the first signs of boiling, add the herb and ginger. Simmer for five minutes and turn off the heat.

After the process, it is recommended that you let the tea rest for another 10 minutes, in the container itself, with the help of a lid. After this time, use a sieve to remove the leaves and ginger. The indication for consumption is 60 ml, four times a day.