If there is fruit of an irresistible look, a pleasant smell and an appetizing taste, which is both healthy and even medicinal, then it is definitely a strawberry.
The healing properties of strawberries have been known since ancient times. In addition to the fruit, for the treatment can be used root and leaves.
Tea of the strawberry leaf
For centuries it has been used as a remedy against gastrointestinal disorders, eczema, inflammation of the throat, flu and colds, as well as in the treatment of the thirsty.
Pour two full teaspoons of dried strawberry leaves into 250 ml of boiling water. After 15 minutes pour tea. Drink it 3 times a day for one cup after a meal. You can also use this tea to grind.
If you want to purify your body, treat yourself to a larger portion of strawberries in the evening (without the addition of sugar or spice), and in the morning you will wake up fresh, resting and full energy for the upcoming day.
Since they possess analgesic properties, if you are suffering from headaches, do not run for aspirin. Instead, eat a portion of fresh strawberries, as unlike aspirin containing acetylsalicylic acid, strawberries contain natural salicylates. Also, thanks to anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and antibacterial properties, strawberries will help us relieve inflammatory processes, lowering temperature, and muscle pain. In addition, they are an excellent anti-burn agent.
Strawberries contain plenty of vitamin C, and vitamin A, fiber, iron and folic acid, which is, among other things, a prerequisite for pregnant women or women planning for pregnancy. Strawberries are best to eat fresh, naturally or between meals. If you eat them without sugar, it’s a great deal of gas thirst, and they can be eaten by diabetics too.
Strawberries can help
For post-disease recovery, for the strengthening of immunity, in biliary and liver diseases, such as prevention of gastric diseases, arthritis and rheumatism, in the treatment of anemia, kidney stones, increased cholesterol and blood pressure.