Composition: Corn whisker, spiny rest harrow root, birch leaf, rusty-back fern, field horsetail, bearberry leaf, black juniper, nettle leaf, linden flower, parsley leaf, elderberry flower, couch grass, dandelion, cherry stems.
Healing properties: This herbal blend significantly increases urination, and has digestive ability. It is used for phosphate, urate and carbonate kidney stones. Corn whiskers increase diuresis 2-3 times and are also advised against bladder irritation, bloody urination, etc. The roots of the harrow are recommended against the sand that forms in the kidneys and in the urinary tract. Horsetail, thanks to its calcium salts and antimicrobial essence, is used as an antiseptic and diuretic in kidney and bladder diseases. The diuretic effect of the tea is enhanced by the presence of cherry stems and birch leaves. The rusty-back fern is also a good kidney stone dissolvent. Nettle leaf, bean husk, juniper, help fight kidney and urinary tract diseases. The bearberry leaves act as an antiseptic for the urinary tract.
Preparation: Pour two tablespoons of the mixture into a container where two cups of cold water are added. Mix and leave to rest for the whole night (10-12 hours). In the morning, strain the juice and store separately. Add three cups of water to the remains of the plants and boil for 5-10 min. Cover and leave to cool. After cooling, strain the tea and mix with the first glass. This process gives you three portions of tea, to be consumed in the morning, lunch and dinner, for the whole day.