The plant that is also known as lazpedeza, American rebol, bush-clover, round head bush clover, round-headed bush-clover and round-headed, belongs to the family of Fabaceae. The fruit of the lespeda is quite similar to a pod.
Lespedeza has medicinal properties that serve as excellent diuretics, antidotes, tonics, anti-inflammatory, healing, antidiarrheal and hypocholesterolemic.
And thanks to these properties, the consumption of the plant is indicated as a great natural treatment for people suffering from kidney problems, rheumatism, cholesterol, cystitis, urethritis, ureteritis, gout, high blood pressure, edema and obesity accompanied by fluid retention.
How to use the stone
For those who want to use the plant in the treatment of kidney problems, high cholesterol and rheumatism, the ideal is to use the extract made from the stem of the lespedeza. The infusion of the plant can also be a complement to the dietary treatment of those suffering from high cholesterol. Tea made from the root serves as an antidote to poisoning.
Cholesterol Infusion Infusion
-1 spoon (of coffee) of the plant;
-200 ml of water.
Bring the water to the fire and add the stones. After reaching the temperature, turn off the heat and smother the container for approximately 10 minutes. After this time, strain and drink. Try to drink the drink at least three times a day. But it is important to seek medical advice.
Contraindications and side effects
People who suffer from severe kidney problems, gastritis and ulcers should avoid consuming the lard tea. If you want to use the plant as a diuretic, and if you suffer from hypertension and cardiovascular disorders, seek consultation with a specialist before ingesting the drink. High doses of tea can cause severe headaches and stomach problems.