Avena sativa is also known as oats. It is already popular in cooking and is known as a great food. What is new to many is that it can also be used in alternative medicine as a beneficial tea.

Oats are very rich in vitamins E and the B complex, sodium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, fiber, proteins, carbohydrates, starch and several other nutrients.

Oat tea has antidepressant, anti-diabetic, anti-rheumatic, anti-hemorroidal properties, is a natural laxative and diuretic, serves as a calming, expectorant, nervous reconstituting tonic, vitaminizing, healing, remineralizing and digestive.

In addition, the drink is also nourishing, refreshing, lowers blood pressure, protects the liver, is emollient, stimulates appetite and helps reduce anxiety and tension.

The drink is indicated to treat rheumatic pain, cramps, throat and chest, stimulates the production of breast milk, deflates the mucous membranes, helps to control problems such as diabetes, eczema, sclerosis, hoarseness, cough, cholesterol and hair loss.

It is also suitable for people who suffer from hyperthyroidism problems, convalescents from serious illnesses, violent diarrhea, have difficulty concentrating, flu, gout, colds, impigens, hypertension, insomnia, nervousness, liver disorders, nervous fatigue.

The tea also helps to stimulate physical and psychic energy, prevents tiredness, facilitates digestion, prevents tooth decay and also gives hair shine.

Avena sativa tea


  • 500 ml of water;
  • 2 tablespoons of oatmeal.

Preparation mode

Bring the water to the fire and add the spoons of oatmeal. When the liquid comes to a boil, turn off the heat and smother the container for up to 10 minutes. Strain the drink and sweeten the tea to taste. Try to consume tea up to three times a day.