Composition: Elderflower, linden flower, primrose, willow bark, wild rose, coltsfoot, wild thyme, etc.
Curative properties: In this tea blend that prevents and soothes the flu and combats high fevers, there are plants that contain mucilage, essential oils with a pleasant smell, glucosites, saponins, bitter essences, vitamins, etc. Primrose and coltsfoot work against severe flu and persistent cough. Due to the essence of hyacinthe they contain, the linden flower and wild thyme, aid in the treatment of irritated respiratory tracts. Elderflowers have emollient properties, help perspiration and relieve soft muscle spasms. They are recommended as good treatments for colds and respiratory tracts associated with fever. Willow bark contains salicin that breaks down in the body, releasing salicylic acid. It is a good influencer in reducing high temperature. The red rose has a high content of vitamin "C" and is used to strengthen the body.
Preparation: Pour a tablespoon of the mixture is poured and add a cup of cold water. Put on a light fire, and bring to a boil. Remove from heat, cover and let it rest for 10 minutes. Strain and drink sweetened with honey or sugar. You can take up to 2-3 such teas a day.
Warning! For a speedy recovery, consult your doctor about the degree of flu you have.