Which is the best Infusion for your moment?

Alice Pasqual’s photo in Unsplash.     The consumption of an infusion depends on the condition of each person and what they feel at that moment.

A simple headache, insomnia, digesting difficulty or sore throat are everyday situations that can easily be overcome by infusing the leaves, flowers, seeds or roots of a plant that we have at home. Take for example lemon balm, linden, lime, lavender or orange blossom, fennel seeds, mint leaf, coriander, parsley, ginger root, among many others.

The dried or fresh plant selected for infusion should be placed in a little cold water for a few minutes. This simple operation will moisturize the dried leaves, flower or root because it activates chlorophyll and harnesses the vibration energy it has to offer. It is only then that it must be added to the preheated water, which is the so-called Infusion. The temperature of the water, to eliminate all the potential of the plant or the grass must not exceed 90°C and the appropriate time for Infusion depends on each plant, but the time interval varies on average from five to ten minutes and can sometimes reach the 15 minutes.

Here are some examples of plants or herbs that we find most appropriate to help you overcome imbalances, knowing that we are all different. The consumption of an infusion, therefore, depends on the state in which one is and, above all, if you feel that it must be consumed at that time. Also, read in another text on this site the potential benefits and contraindications of plants and herbs to strengthen your consciousness before deciding to consume.

Oily Hair: Nettle, Green Tea, and Cinnamon.

Soothing: Chamomile, Valerian, Melissa, Lavender, Orange Blossom, Tilleul, Verbena, Lemongrass, and Jasmine.

Dandruff: Sage and Basil.

Circulation: Milk thistle.

Cholesterol: Grenadilla, Dandelion, Artichoke, and Flaxseed.

Colic and Intestinal Flatulence: Chamomile, Fennel, Rosemary, Peppermint, Melissa, Fennel, and Ginger.

Depression and Anxiety: Lavender, Melissa, Ginkgo, Verbena, Valerian and Orange Blossom.

Detoxifying: Artichoke, Verbena, Bulb, Turmeric, Ginger, Chamomile, Rosemary and Genista.

Headache: Linden, Chamomile, Melissa, Rosemary, and Lemongrass.

Stomach pain: Sage, Millefeuille, Ginger, Rosemary, Lettuce, and Artemisia.

Sore throat: Propolis, Ginger, Thyme, Melissa, Gomphrena, and Red Onion Peel.

Menstrual Pains: Ginger, Parsley, Fennel, Laurel, and Raspberry Leaves.

Muscle Pain: Ginger, Turmeric, Parsley, Lavender.

Energetic: Ginseng, Coriander, Rosemary, Mint, Guarana, and Ginger.

Fatigue: Rosemary, Genista, Ginseng, Tabebuia, Ginger.

Liver: Bixaceae, Artichoke, Dandelion and White Hawthorn.

Flu and Cold: Echinacea, Propolis and Ginger. But to help this kind of elimination, nothing like thyme tea, Echinacea, Ginger, Lemon, Anise, Elderflower and onion peel.

Hypertension: White Hawthorn, Olive Leaves, Linden and Ginkgo.

Immunity: Turmeric, Echinacea, and Ginger.

Urinary Infection: Dandelion, Parsley, Cherry Tail, Corn Silk, and Horsetail.

Insomnia: Valerian, Chamomile Lemongrass, Lime and passionflower.

Bad Digestion: Verbena, Sage, Millefeuille, Lemongrass, Parsley, Coriander, Melissa, Fennel, Nettle, and Blackberry.

Memory: Ginkgo.

Menopause: Sage, Blackberry Leaf, Ginkgo, Scots Pine, Ginseng and Red Clover.

Kidney Stone: Phyllanthus Niruri, Bulbs, Corn Silk, Cherry Tail, and Bearberry.

Lice: Nettle, Marrube, Ginger, and Rosemary.

Weight Loss: Pineapple, Ginger, Hibiscus, White Tea, Green Tea, Ilex paraguariensis and Parsley.

Cough and Sinusitis: Thyme, Propolis, Rosemary, Eucalyptus and Ginger.

This text is an awareness. Depending on the season and the moment in which you are, it is up to everyone to decide whether to consume this food The dosage and frequency depend on the nature and physical condition of each Human Being.

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