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What is semi Contra good for?

What is semi Contra good for?

It supports health blood glucose level: supports a healthy menstrual cycle; a healthy prostate; a healthy renal function; Liver health support and a healthy blood pressure. The beverage from this herb may help to support a healthy immune system.

What is epazote leaves good for?

Some of the health benefits of epazote may include its ability to reduce flatulence, reduce respiratory conditions, eliminate parasites, improve the metabolism, protect the immune system, help with weight loss efforts, heal wounds, and reduce menstrual discomfort.

What is life tea?

In response to that, Love Your Life Tea presents a blend of traditional herbs used for the internal cleansing and rejuvenation of our bodies. Sweetened with licorice and yerba santa, this tea combines dandelion root, yellow dock, nettles, and rosemary into a pale green infusion that is loaded with goodness!

Is epazote tea safe?

Epazote contains a compound called ascaridole that is toxic to parasitic worms. The Mayans used it as an infusion/tea to treat parasite infections. This is still done today but should be used under the guidance of a practitioner. Ascaridole can be toxic to the liver when taken in large amounts.

How much epazote is safe?

We generally use about 1-2 tablespoons of chopped fresh leaves (younger leaves are better) or 1 teaspoon of dried leaves in a pound of beans. (Be aware that too much epazote can overpower a dish and even lead to nausea.)

Is it safe to drink slimming tea?

Fast facts on slimming tea: The body naturally rids itself of toxins, making a tea that claims to do this unnecessary. Slimming teas contain added ingredients that may be harmful. There is little to no legitimate evidence that any slimming tea is effective in supporting long-term weight loss.

Is epazote the same as Wormseed?

Epazote can be bought fresh or dried. Epazote is not the same as the herb Wormseed (Chenopodium ambrosioides var. anthelminticum), though it is sometimes unhelpfully called Wormseed. Wormseed is closely related to Epazote, but has a particular potency against intestinal worms; thus its name.

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