Contryhel tea

If you are looking for effective natural remedies as a solution to certain ailments, teas may be the right choice. For example, contryhel tea will relieve problems associated with pain during menstruation and promote normal digestion.

How to prepare tea properly and what health benefits does it offer? You will find out later in this text.

How to grow contryhel

Contryhel is a wild herb that you can find in your garden or in a meadow. The best time to harvest it is in May, when it starts to flower. For making tea from the contryhel you find in shops, the herbs can be specially grown. However, the content of the active ingredients is basically the same with the ones you pick.

It is essential to know enough about the appearance of the herb to pick it correctly.

Once the coneflower is large enough and the inflorescence appears, it is time for picking. It can be taken fresh or dried for use as a tea.

Drying contryhel can be done in a conventional dryer or in the air in sunlight. Once the water content is significantly reduced and the collected herbal material is dry, a suitable container for preservation should be selected. A glass container stored at room temperature and in darkness will serve well.

Using Contrylic Tea

Dried contryhele leaves have been used in the form of tea for many years. The main advantage is the action on the female genital organs, but this is far from the only advantage in using contryhel. In order to observe the positive effect of the contained substances, it is important to pay attention to the correct dosage.

For normal use, always put one to two teaspoons of the contryhel mixture in your cup.

Then pour hot water over it and let it infuse for 10 to 15 minutes. The recommended daily dose is two to three cups during the day with the caveat that the tea should always be made fresh. Use should be longer in the order of 2 to 4 weeks, but avoid overly prolonged use in the order of months, which is not appropriate for most herbal teas.

Recipes for Contralateral Tea

To get the benefits of contryhel in particular, it is best to choose a quality loose blend focused on this herb. Always prepare the tea with the help of boiling water and allow to infuse for around 15 minutes. Strain the tea thoroughly before consumption and flavour with honey or a squeeze of lemon if desired.

You can also mix contryhel tea with other herbs. The result can be, for example, an Ayurvedic tea with herbs for women, where the mixture also includes contryhel.

The complementary effects are offered by, for example, raspberry leaves, fennel, chamomile, cloves or St. John’s wort.

You can easily create your own tea blend by combining these herbs. The preparation of the tea itself is then the same as for the contryhel itself. Always prepare the tea fresh by pouring boiling water over it and steeping for 10 to 15 minutes.

Health Benefits of Contryhel Tea

The main benefits of contryhel definitely include its positive effect on women’s health. This is because it contains plant hormones that help especially during the menstrual period. Regular drinking of contryhel tea can help with the regularity of menstruation, helps against severe pain, but it can also be used in the menopause, when it helps against mood swings or hot flashes.

The essential oil content and the small amount of vitamin C are also important in contryhel. Thanks to these substances, it can have positive effects on fighting infections. In addition to external use, it is also suitable for internal wound care or as a form of gargle, for example, for tonsillitis and other oral infections.

In addition to its disinfectant effects, chervil can also astringent wounds.

The overall astringency supports the work of the muscles, so use is recommended, for example, as a prevention of hernia and problems associated with weakened abdominal wall. The astringent effects are also largely on the uterus, where they can support the work of the muscles.

The use of contryhel is also recommended for weight loss. You can also add a stronger decoction to your bath, where it can help with external action to firm the skin. Using it for skin treatments also helps fight acne. And because it is a natural substance, it is usually a good solution for people with problematic skin.

When to avoid contryhela tea?

Despite the rich list of positive effects on the human body, contryhel has several possible side effects and there are situations when its use is inappropriate.

It has an effect on the blood, so omit contryhel tea before elective surgeries.

It is also not suitable for people who suffer from anemia or have blood clotting problems. When taken in excess and exceeding the recommended daily dose, it may cause poorer absorption of iron.

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