Your blood does a fantastic job of transporting nutrients and oxygen to every part of your body, so if you have a problem with your circulatory system, it can affect your overall health.
Poor eating habits, a sedentary lifestyle, heart diseases, thyroid problems, stress and depression are some of the factors that contribute to the development of problems in the circulatory system.
They’re easy to detect because the symptoms are noticeable, such as spider veins, water retention, and fatigue.
In today's video we will show you how to make 3 teas that stimulate circulation and prevent problems in the circulatory system:
1. White willow bark tea
White willow tree bark is known as a “natural aspirin” due to its anticoagulant properties and capacity to improve blood flow.
Its regular consumption helps regulate blood flow and protects against heart diseases, heart attacks, strokes and varicose veins.
1 spoonful of white willow tree bark;
1 cup of water.
Put the bark in a cup of boiling water and let it steep for 10 to 15 minutes. Drink it once a day, every 2 or 3 days.
2. Horsetail tea
Horsetail tea keeps arteries from hardening and lipids from accumulating, such as cholesterol and triglycerides.
Its consumption lessens circulatory problems and prevents varicose veins.
2 spoonfuls of horsetail;
1 liter of water.
Boil the liter of water and once it has boiled, put it in a jar with the horsetail. Let it steep for 5 to 10 minutes, strain it, and drink.
Drink 1 or 2 cups a day, every day, for about a month.
3. Ginger tea
Ginger’s anti-inflammatory and anticoagulant properties help maintain our veins’ health and prevent problems with our circulatory system.
It also works as a tonic that can protect your arterial walls against lipid buildup.
2 pieces of fresh ginger;
1 cup of water;
Honey and lemon (optional).
Put the pieces of ginger in cup of boiling water and let it steep for 10 minutes. Before drinking the tea, you can add honey and lemon to make it taste a little better.
Drink up to 3 cups a day for at least 2 weeks.
If you’re currently taking any medications or if you have any health problems, consult your doctor before drinking any of these teas.
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