The name tea from the sun is derived from the sterilization method, in which waves of gamma radiation are applied that decontaminate the products, freeing them from bringing health risks.
What are the plants that make up the drink and what are their benefits?
The mixture is composed of the following herbs:
- Green tea , with diuretic properties, in addition to fighting cholesterol.
- Porangaba , which acts as a uric acid scavenger, urinary cleanser and diuretic.
- India senna , which acts as a laxative and purgative.
- Asian Spark , used to combat skin disorders and poor circulation.
- Asian Burdock , which acts as a depurative, detoxifier and remedy for acne infestations.
- Indian Nut , effective in combating varicose veins and poor circulation, in addition to acting as an excellent strengthener of artries and veins, also preventing stroke.
- Ginkgo Biloba , which fights free radicals, labyrinthitis and increases cerebral circulation.
- Leather hat , used to treat kidney disease and rheumatism, in addition to strengthening the liver.
- Cane brejo , which is an excellent natural anti-inflammatory, helping to treat bladder, prostate, urethra and kidney disorders.
- Chinese Bancha , which helps with digestion.
- Rosemary , natural tranquilizer and antidepressant.
- St. John’s wort , which, like rosemary, acts as a tranquilizer and antidepressant.
- Horsetail , which fights hypertension and uric acid.
How to prepare
Make a mixture with the same measure of each of the herbs and mix well. Reserve. Put 1 liter of water in a container and heat. When it starts to boil, turn off and add 5 tablespoons of the herb mixture and cover, leaving it to rest for about ten minutes. Then, if you prefer, sweeten it with honey or sweetener.
The recommended dose is one cup a day, always half an hour before meals. Tea can be drunk hot or cold.
The tea is contraindicated for pregnant and lactating patients.