Fresh tea is very good for keeping you healthy. It helps to maintain the normal function of the stomach, supports the functioning of the reproductive system, the urinary system. It is very good at relieving coughing and fighting upper tract virosis. Moreover, it strengthens the immune system and has antioxidant properties.
The sweet wood root contains calcium, phosphorus, vitamins, antioxidants and is used in many diseases. Also, today the sweet wood root is in the form of teas, chewable tablets or capsules.
Specialists claim that this tea is an excellent remedy when you cough, hurt your throat or have bronchitis. It also calms the discomfort caused by premenstrual syndrome.
Having anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic properties, it is also useful when menopausal hot flashes do not give you peace. Moreover, it can also be used as an adjuvant in the treatment of osteoporosis, because it can stimulate the production of cortisol in the body. It is a natural balm when you are experiencing indigestion or stomach cramps. Reduces cholesterol. It is also useful in medical issues such as: fighting nausea, relieving itching caused by sunburn or insect stings, as well as hemorrhoidal seizures. Fresh cherry maceration is especially indicated for ulcers with effective chronic inflammation of the digestive tract. At the same time, a sweet tincture is also used in rheumatism, but also in cases of lupus erythematosus, as a standalone treatment or adjuvant. There are studies that show it would have beneficial effects when a woman has infertility problems. Sweetwood helps balance the function of the adrenal glands, responsible for the production of cortisol, the hormone that manages stress in the body.
Careful! Patients with ovarian cysts, mammary nodules or hypertension, liver cirrhosis or liver disease should not consume this tea. It is also not recommended to use this tea when the woman is pregnant or breastfeeding.