Composition: Elderberry flowers, alder buckthorn bark, senna leaves, yarrow flowers, wild apple, etc.
Curative properties: The herbs combined in this tea complement the laxative, antiseptic, softening and anti-inflammatory action in the lower digestive tract, thus stimulating the peristaltic movements of the intestines (especially the large intestine), the tea relieves and normalizes discharge. The alder bark and senna leaves, rich in anthraquinones, directly stimulate peristaltic movements of the intestines, while elderberry flowers help soften the intestinal mucosa and dilute undigested food masses. The yarrow flowers give the tea an anti-fermentation and soothing action, while the wild apple significantly improves the taste of the tea.
Preparation: Pour two teaspoons into a container of hot water (in the amount of ¼ liter). Leave the juice covered for 10 min, strain and store separately. To the strained mixture, add the same amount of water (¼ liter) and boil for 5 min. Strain the tea, mix with the previously removed tea and enjoy. Drink 2-3 times during the day. The treatment usually lasts 3-5 days (as needed).