The lead vine is a plant that also bears the names of lead grass, lead vine, golden vine, golden threads, anó peipa, egg threads, noodles, wood noodles, cuscuta, spaghetti, dyes eggs, xirimbeira and awó pupa.The plant drink has medicinal properties that serve as antidiarrheal, healing, laxative, facilitates the transfer of bile contained in the gallbladder to the duodenum, is balsamic, astringent, natural detergent and expectorant.

In addition, the consumption of the plant also facilitates digestion, combats gonorrhea, is antiulcerogenic, effective and against inflammation, emollient, combats stomach upset, is liver, mild purgative, natural diuretic and stops bleeding.

Lead vine tea is indicated for those who suffer from ulcers, gastric dysfunction, gallbladder problems, bronchopulmonary hemorrhages, throat disorders, tonsillitis, respiratory diseases, pulmonary congestion, bronchitis, asthma, coughing and bloody phlegm, edema and internal abscesses .

It is also indicated to combat hepatic colic, hemoptysis, constipation, angina, jaundice and hemorrhagic diarrhea.

The plant can also be used externally, in decoction, as an ingredient for gargling and wounds, serving as an excellent healing agent. The lead vine is indicated for those who suffer from boils, external abscesses, irritations and light burns on the skin.

Lead vine tea


  • 200 ml of water;
  • 1 teaspoon (coffee) of leaded vine stem.

Preparation mode

Bring the water to a boil and add the spoon of lead vine stem. When the drink has boiled, turn off the heat and smother the container for a few minutes. Then strain the tea and drink. Try to ingest at night.


People who have blood clotting problems should avoid drinking too much. The most suitable is to consume the tea with medical supervision to avoid further problems.