The plant tea brings numerous benefits to the body, but the main function of the drink is to stimulate and improve blood circulation.
The organ in the human body that benefits most from this improvement in blood circulation is the heart, which will remain much healthier.
In addition, pansy tea is also an excellent source of vitamin C, which helps fight and prevent colds and strengthens the immune system, protecting the body from numerous other diseases.
The drink is also an expectorant, serving to treat lung diseases such as bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, whooping cough, among many others.
It is still used as a treatment for people with illnesses such as epilepsy, eczema, rheumatism and cystitis.
The plant can be used as an ingredient in the preparation of beneficial tea, but it can also serve as an excellent ointment. Pansy has fungicidal and bacterial properties, helps with healing and combats problems such as ringworm.
Avoid drinking pansy tea in large quantities, as it has a laxative and diuretic effect, it can damage your body. People who are predisposed to having a migraine should also avoid drinking in large doses.
- 1 liter of water;
- 6 tablespoons of dried leaves;
- Sugar or honey to taste.
Fill the kettle with water and wait for it to heat up. Put the spoons of the dry leaves and let it boil. When the drink has reached boil, turn off the heat and simmer for about ten minutes. Strain and sweeten with sugar and honey to taste.