The days get longer, the sweetness returns. To start this new season with new energy, you have to prepare your body. Pleasant to the taste, easy to find, inexpensive and good for the health, here are the 10 most effective plants to be fit in the spring.
The top 10 detox plants
Stinging nettle (leaves): The stinging nettle is a food plant. It is anti-inflammatory, anti rheumatic and remineralizing, traditionally used for its diuretic action. Nettle balances the elimination functions of the body (intestines, kidneys, liver) and supports the proper functioning of the pancreas.
Dandelion (leaves): Dandelion is also a food plant whose leaves have a mild diuretic and laxative action. It helps support the kidneys and eliminate excess water in the urine. In addition, by inhibiting pancreatic lipase, the infusion of dandelion greens promotes weight loss.
Juniper (berries): Juniper berries in infusion help to remove excess uric acid. They also act on digestive disorders and recurrent urinary tract infections.
Blackcurrant (leaves): Blackcurrant leaves are used in traditional pharmacopoeia for their anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-infectious, diuretic and depurative effects. The infusion of blackcurrant leaves helps stimulate liver functions as well as those of the adrenal glands. It helps lower blood pressure and soothe rheumatic pain.
Sweet fennel (seeds): Fennel seeds have carminative, spasmolytic, expectorant and anti-inflammatory properties. In infusion, they act on difficult digestion, bloating, flatulence, but also on stomach aches, nausea and menstrual pain.
Wild mallow (flowers): Wild mallow is distinguished by its emollient, softening, astringent, antibacterial and laxative actions. Its infusion helps soothe the irritation of the mucous membranes (digestive and respiratory) and reduce inflammation of the intestine.
Ash (leaves): Ash leaves in infusion have astringent, anti-inflammatory, diuretic and laxative properties. They naturally regulate the rate of intestinal transit and are an adjunct to weight loss diets.
Sage (leaves): The infusion of sage leaves is effective in cases of bloating, flatulence, digestive slowness, amenorrhea. A regular consumption of sage leaves can have an interesting regulatory effect, by its double sanitizing and antioxidant effect.
Wild chicory (roots): Their infusion is used for digestive and hepato-biliary disorders accompanied by indigestion, nausea, bloating, gastric pain and abdominal cramps.
Black elderberry (berries): Elderberry berries in infusion help maintain the proper functioning of the immune system and have a powerful anti-microbial effect (antiviral and antibacterial).
To strengthen your body for the new season which begins, turn to these great classics 100% BIO.
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