Ingredients: dandelion root, mint leaves, yarrow flowers, alder buckthorn bark, gentian root, everlasting flowers, chamomile flowers, etc.
Curative properties: The tea mainly stimulates the flow of bile, thanks to the presence of dandelion root and mint leaves. Gentian roots stimulate the flow of gastric juices, increase bile juice and thus help the functioning of the black liver. Thanks to the presence of alder buckthorn bark, the mixture is also used against constipation caused by insufficient bile fluid. Chamomile and yarrow flowers complement the kalagogic effect of the whole mixture, and in addition, they are also anti-clogging of the bile ducts. The tea as a whole, keeping the bile in a diluted state, indirectly prevents the formation of corresponding stones, while the presence of acute flowers helps in the digestion of stones.
Preparation: Pour a tablespoon of the mixture into a container, add a glass of boiling water. Leave covered for 10 min. Drain the liquid and set aside, add a cup of water to the remains of the plants and boil for 5 min. The tea is mixed with the first one. It is recommended to drink two doses a day. Tea should be drunk as little sweetened as possible. The cure lasts up to 7-8 days.