Have you ever heard about blackjack? In today's video, we will learn about its benefits to the body.
Blackjack is a medicinal plant that grows in warm areas and is easily found in South American countries.
But, did you know that, in many places blackjack is considered a weed?
This plant, also known as Spanish needle, beggarticks, or cobbler's pegs, has excellent anti-inflammatory properties and can be used to treat inflammations, such as arthritis, sore throats, or muscle aches.
With anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antioxidant, and anti-diabetic properties, blackjack works for:
Blackjack tea contains diuretic properties that help eliminate the excess of water in our body, helpful in cases of water retention and bloating.
The blackjack tea helps clean the sinuses, and airways that might be clogged.
Improving the immune system
Did you know that blackjack tea helps strengthen the immune system and prevents inflammations and infections?
Protects the liver
Thanks to its hepatoprotective properties, blackjack protects the liver and helps balance and detox the organ.
Reduces blood sugar
Did you know that consuming blackjack helps lower blood sugar levels?
Blackjack is good for inflammation, rheumatism, sore throats, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, and stomach ulcers.
Other issues that can be alleviated are stomachaches, urinary tract infections, hepatitis, and menstrual cramps.
Watch the video to learn how to make blackjack tea.
Did you know that there are no described side-effects for blackjack?
However, be careful when using this plant and avoid surpassing the recommended daily dose for each use.
Pregnant or nursing women and children must not consume this plant before talking to a doctor.
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