Use this tea to help in the treatment of lung disease!
Angico - Piptadenia Colubrina Benthan
Used part: Bark
Native to Tropical America and especially found in Brazilian territory, the angico is a tree of the genus Anadenanthera, Parapiptadenia and Piptadenia. Its cultivation is convenient for industries that use good quality wood, both to make furniture and other objects. However, it is not only for this reason that this tree is useful, since studies have shown several medicinal properties contained in the bark. Found throughout Brazil, this tree receives other popular names, such as acacia virgin, cambuí, corupa and paricá. Its chemical constituents are: dye, mucilage, resin and tannins, which contribute to good plant properties.
The bark syrup of this plant is used in cases of diarrhea and angina; Its astringent, depurative and hemostatic properties are useful in several cases, even for gonorrhea and leukorrhea; The dissolved gum of angico treats respiratory diseases like asthma, bronchitis and cough; Simpler cases of colds and flu also benefit from the treatment provided by the bark of the tree; It is used in the fight against rickets; Relieves problems in the lungs and cures certain inflammations like pharyngitis; Organic weakness can be part of the treatments provided by angico tea.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Organic weakness
- Lack of appetite
- Whooping cough
- Diarrhea and dysentery
- Add 1 tablespoons of the herb in a liter of water
- Turn off when reaching the boil
- Cover and let it for about 10 minutes
- Strain and drink
How to drink:
Take 3 cups a day.
Like all herbs, there are some contraindications to angico's consumption. Infants and pregnant are the main people who should not consume because the plant ends up being toxic in these cases. Consuming too much is a mistake, as it can cause lesions in the nasal septum and mucous membranes of the mouth. Dried leaves and seeds have a hallucinogenic effect, which can be quite dangerous. If you have such a plant on the farm, it is best to keep it well away from cattle, as the leaves are toxic to these animals.