Ingredients: common dandelion root, mint leaves, St. John's wort (Hypericum Perforatum), yarrow, corn whisker, alder buckthorn bark, wild rose.
Curative properties: The herbs combined in this tea improve the work of the liver thanks to the presence of the dandelion root and St. John's wort that stimulate the activity of the liver. The yarrow is a powerful cholagogue, and as a result creates suitable conditions for the liver to work normally. Its essence, thanks to its spasmolytic and antisceptic action, relieves spasms, relieves liver pain and improves its function. Corn whiskers and redwood bark with their diuretic and laxative effects indirectly cleanse the liver of harmful substances. Wild rose (thanks to Vitamins) expands blood vessels, promotes and regenerates damaged liver tissue.
Preparation: Pour a tablespoon of the mixture into a container, and add a glass of boiling water. Leave to rest for 10 minutes and strain the mixture. Place the mixture in a container, add around a glass of water and leave to boil for 5 min. Afterwards, leave the tea to cool, strain and mix with the tea removed earlier. Drink 2 cups of tea a day. Sweeten as desired. The treatment continues for one consecutive week in cases of adjuvant therapy and 15-30 days in cases of preventive medication.