Ingredients: Elderberry flowers, birch leaves, nettle leaves, ash leaves, rosemary, black juniper, willow bark, couch grass, spiny rest harrow, etc.
Healing properties: The herbs in this mixture help relieve pain caused by rheumatism. Juniper is a good diuretic and helps in the excretion of chlorides and nitrogen in the form of urea; thereby acting on the rheumatism of the joints. The nettle promotes blood circulation in the skin and in addition to relieving pain, it contains vitamins such as A1, B2, C and K. Rosemary is a good treatment for articular rheumatism and helps with blood circulation. The rest harrow contains saponins, flavonic heteroside, a little essence, etc. which give the tea properties to promote urination (diuretic) and reduce irritation of the urinary tract and rheumatism. Birch leaves contain saponin, resin, vitamin C, cathartic tannin and flavonoids that promote diuretic action and help relieve rheumatism and joint pain. Willow bark, thanks to the salicin it contains, releases salicylic acid, which is why it is recommended against chronic rheumatism.
Preparation: Place a tablespoon of the herbs in a container and add a glass of boiling water. Leave for 10-15 min, drain and set the liquid aside. Add a glass of water to the remains of the plants and boil the contents for 5 min. After it cools, strain and mix the resulting tea with the first glass. Drink 2-3 glasses a day. The treatment continues for 2-3 weeks and after a break of 10 days it can be resumed again.