Prevent Alzheimer's Diseases with Vanilla Tea
Vanilla - Vanilla planifolia L.
Used part: Fruit
The vanilla is originally from Mexico. It is a spice derived from the orchid family of the genus Vanilla. Because it has easy access, it is already part of the daily life of many people, whether it be in the preparation of dishes, especially sweets and teas.
In front of all the properties of this plant, it can be affirmed that it is a true ally of the health of the body. This is because it is effective in slowing the aging of cells and brain functions, being a great natural remedy in the fight against Alzheimer's disease. Through its active principles, vanilla can fight cancer cells, stopping their development.
It also has two major functions in the body: that of relaxing and protecting the digestive system. In this way, those who suffer with problems of insomnia, depression, anxiety and hyperactivity have in vanilla an outlet for these problems. Those with urinary, nervous and uterine infections, as well as diarrhea, flatulence, spasms, fever, rheumatism and impotence, should also make use of the tea of this plant and be relieved in their respective problems.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Few know that vanilla is rich in vanillin. This substance is an antioxidant and acts in the prevention of cellular aging and the dreaded diseases that affect brain functioning. Therefore, it prevents from cancer to Alzheimer's disease
- It can be used in cases of insomnia and restlessness, helping the person to calm down and relax their muscles
- Vanilla tea can be used in the treatment of diseases such as anxiety and severe depression
- It also works as a great digestive
- It is indicated for uterine and nervous disorders, diarrhea, hepatobiliary dyskinesias, hypoechoic dyspepsia, spasms, sterility, to combat lack of energy, adynamic fevers, flatulence, impotence, hysterical melancholy and chronic rheumatism
The vanilla tea, takes beyond the herb and water, the black tea. For this reason, bring a liter of water to three quarts of black tea. Wait boil for 10 minutes and turn off. Then strain the liquid and place in a cup together with a tablespoon of vanilla essence. When doing this, mix well and add some sweetener. The ideal is to consume this tea twice a day, before each main meal, that is, breakfast and lunch.
Tip: Avoid the night time period. By containing black tea, you can change the regularity of sleep.
The vanilla tea is contraindicated in cases of: lactation, children under six years, patients with respiratory allergies, gastritis, gastroduodenal ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, liver disease, epilepsy, Parkinson's disease and some neurological diseases, hypersensitivity to vanilla essential oil, cinnamon oil and Peru balsam oil. The side effect known is that pure essential oil can be neurotoxic and end up producing contact dermatitis.