Saturday, July 6, 2013
Kuril tea is not just an ornamental plant
Modern medicine has confirmed the centuries-old folk experience, as well as expanded the idea of the therapeutic value of shrubby cinquefoil. Recommend a decoction of the leaves, young shoots, flowers plants with dysbiosis. Found that the Kuril tea exhibits antibacterial, anticoagulant, anti-allergic, hepatoprotective, radioprotective, anti-viral, immune-boosting and anti-diabetic properties.
The healing virtues of this shrub explained by the fact that its leaves, flowers and young shoots are extremely rich R-active substances - flavonols and catechins. In leaves them contains about 5% in the flowers - 4% in the young shoots - 1%. Moreover, the leaves, and rich in mineral elements such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese, copper and cobalt. Interestingly, the Kuril fermented tea has been very close to this tea as the composition and content of biologically active substances, and in the mineral elements. However, the health Kuril tea still useful. It can simply brew (dried in a dark cool place leaves) as regular tea, just a little longer.