Abutua Herbal Tea with medicinal properties specially for menstrual cramps.
Abutua Herbal Tea Plant, with medicinal properties specially for menstrual cramps.

Abutua - Cissampelos Pereira L.

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Drink this tea and say goodbye to Menstrual Cramps!!

Abutua - Cissanpelos Pereira

Origin: Brazil

Used part: Bark


The abutua, scientific name Chondrodendron platyphyllum, is a plant of the family of creepers originating in Brazil. In infusion with medicinal properties that is made with the herb can be used dry parts of the roots or the stem, because it is in those parts that the substances that do the body well are found in greater concentration. The grapefruit is apparently similar to grapevines, and grapefruit-like bunches of grapefruit, usually darker and sweeter, but which should not be ingested.

Health benefits:

The abutua is a medicinal plant that has become very well known for its properties that help a lot in the combat to the problems that appear in the menstrual period, like the colic and delayed menstruation. It is like the vine, because it is a vine, because it has curls and also has a sweet taste like grapes, yet it should not be ingested.

The plant has other medicinal properties such as diuretic, tonic, emenagogue, reduce fever, anti hemorrhagic and anti-dyspeptic. It is also indicated for uric acid, bladder inflammation, kidney problems, anemia, liver problems, headaches, arthritis, stomach and digestive problems and ulcers.

Those who have stomach ulcers can also consume tea and have access to the high healing power that the patient has, as well as girls who suffer from typical PMS symptoms such as colic and headache. Tea consumption is also advised by women who have a irregular menstrual cycle.

Good Herbal Remedy:

  • Delayed menstruation
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Uric acid
  • Kidney problems
  • Anemia
  • Arthritis
  • Liver congestion
  • Headaches
  • Fevers
  • Bladder inflammation
  • Digestive problems
  • Ulcers 

In case of delayed menstruation, a pregnancy test must be performed before consuming the tea prepared with this plant, in order not to run the risk of abortion.


  1. Infuse 1 tablespoon of birch in a liter of boiling water
  2. Turn off the heat and set aside for 10 minutes
  3. Strain and drink

How to drink:

Take 1 cup 3 to 4 times a day.


The plant is toxic, and its use must be accompanied by a doctor. It has some side effects such as the possibility of causing abortion, the substances that make it toxic can cause symptoms of: low blood pressure, arrhythmia and tachycardia. It is therefore contraindicated for women during gestation or breastfeeding.

It is important to leave the reminder that even if it is a medicinal plant, with several benefits for the balance of our health and the combat of several evils, the patient has its risks and contraindications and is condemned the unrestricted use of the same, without accompaniment of a professional specialized in the subject. You should not start a treatment on your own, however simple the problem may be.