The uses and discoveries of blueberry
Blueberry, also known as blueberry, was used during World War II by pilots. Not only for the taste it had, but because they believed that substances made from this fruit had the ability to improve night vision. Later, it was discovered that the substances and properties in this plant are efficient in combating degenerative diseases that affect the retina and often lead to blindness.
In addition, blueberry has astringent and antioxidant elements. The tea, made from the leaves of this plant, can be used in cases of diarrhea. It is an ally of people who suffer from varicose veins and can be a supporter of diabetics, since it controls blood sugar levels.
How to prepare tea?
To make blueberry leaf tea is very simple. At first, boil a cup of water and then add a small spoon of the chopped blueberry leaves. Cover the container with the mixture and wait for approximately five minutes. Then sweeten with honey and drink. The ideal is to drink up to four times a day, so the results can be more effective.