The possibility of using plants in the treatment of diabetes has long been no secret to anyone. Most patients, especially those who are already desperate because of the ineffectiveness of traditional methods, try to lower blood sugar levels and achieve compensation for the disease with natural remedies.
Earlier, healers, monks, healers were engaged in collecting plants and compiling medical recipes. They had knowledge of the rules of collection, storage, the dosages used, the compatibility of the therapeutic properties of the representatives of the flora. At the moment, traditional medicine receives less attention than it deserves, but effective recipes remain, which are also used at the present stage.
What is monastic tea?
Diabetes mellitus is an aggressive endocrinological disease that cannot be completely cured. It is characterized by high rates of glucose in the human body and disorders of all types of metabolic processes. The goal of treating a disease is to achieve compensation, in which the sugar indices remain within acceptable limits.
Monastic tea for diabetes is a remedy allowed for both types 1 and 2 of the disease. It has several advantages:
- the absence of chemical additives in the composition, the use of exclusively natural plant materials;
- allows you to achieve normalization of glycemia in a short period of time;
- passed clinical trials for possible use in the treatment, prevention of "sweet disease";
- certificate availability;
- complex action of plant components, reinforcing the effect of each other;
- Herbal monastic collection can be used not only for diabetes, but also to strengthen the body, keeping it in good shape.
A slice of lemon will add piquancy to the taste of the remedy.
The history of healing drink
Monastic tea for diabetes is known not only to physiologists and physicians, but also to historians of science, since it is still mentioned in the temple chronicles left by monks to future generations.
It is believed that the Solovetsky Transfiguration Monastery is the first temple, whose ministers began to prepare a healing tool. At that time, tea was used as a tonic and tonic drink.
The modern recipe and composition of monastic tea for diabetes appeared later. It was clarified by Belarusian monks. The composition consisted of only natural plant components, whose action is closely intertwined with each other.
Collecting from diabetes has 7 major components. What is included in the monastic tea and what is the role of the ingredients are discussed further.
Its berries and leaves are used. This substance has long established itself as a hypoglycemic agent, thanks to anthocyanins that make up it.
Blueberry is one of the wonder components of tea.
They not only reduce sugar, but also fight against abnormal body weight, have an antioxidant effect and increase the sensitivity of cells and tissues of the body to insulin, which is necessary for patients who have a second type of diabetes.
At the present stage of the plant is part of many diabetic fees. Especially good to use drugs based on it in the insulin-independent form of the disease. Dandelion is effective in infectious processes, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, and pathologies of the musculoskeletal system.
It consists of the following components:
- silicic acid;
- a range of organic acids;
- fixed oils;
- large amounts of ascorbic acid.
The beneficial properties of horsetail are in the fight against malignant processes, maintaining immunity, strengthening the musculoskeletal system, participation in restorative reactions.
This plant is famous for its properties to influence the condition of the skin, hair, to participate in the healing process. Burdock has anti-cancer properties, restores the work of the liver and gastrointestinal tract, reduces blood sugar.
The effectiveness of this component is based on participation in the processes of recovery of the nervous system, the fight against stress, antiviral effect. St. John's wort is used for the relief of inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract, the speedy healing of burns, cuts, wounds on the skin.
St. John's wort is an ingredient in monastic tea with antiseptic and healing properties.
The composition of the monastic collection of diabetes includes the flowers of this well-known plant. Chamomile is rich in essential oils, carotene, vitamin C, tannins, acids.
It can strengthen the immune system, eliminate cramps, fight insomnia and stressful situations. The plant component has a beneficial effect on the condition of the skin, kidneys, and digestive system.
The fruit of this component is the last main ingredient of what constitutes monastic tea. At the present stage, rosehip decoction is considered an effective tool in the fight against type 2 diabetes, due to its rich chemical composition (vitamins, manganese, iron, lycopene, oils, organic acids, tannins).
Monastic tea differs from diabetes by the following healing properties:
- stabilizes blood glucose levels within acceptable limits;
- improves metabolic processes, restores carbohydrate metabolism;
- stimulates the pancreas;
- enhances the sensitivity of cells and tissues of the body to insulin;
- prevents the occurrence of a number of complications in the background of the underlying disease;
- reduces pathological body weight.
Instructions for use
This section includes data on how to brew tea, take it and store raw materials so that all medicinal properties are not lost.
The rules of drug use are similar to traditional tea drinking.
The method of preparation of the drink is simple and not much different from the usual black or green tea. But in order to get not only healthy, but also delicious flavored tea, you must follow these rules:
- When brewing a drink in a kettle, the ratio of raw materials and liquids should be observed. On 300 ml of boiling water accounts for 1 tsp. vegetable mixture.
- After the raw material is filled with boiling water, no need to cover the lid. The drink should be filled with oxygen.
- When brewing in a cup, you must use a strainer.
- The resulting drink can be stored for up to 48 hours in a cool place. Before use, it is not necessary to warm it up, just need to pour a little boiling water.
Although diabetic tea is considered a safe medicine, it is still best to take it under the supervision of a qualified endocrinologist. It is also important to read the instructions for this tool before starting a course of treatment.
To prevent the development of "sweet disease" should be taken on 1 st.l. three times a day, half an hour before food enters the body. After the first brewing does not need to get rid of the used raw materials. It can be reused, but not more than 3 times.
For diabetics who use the drink for medicinal purposes, it is important to properly store the raw materials. Only in this case, the effectiveness of the monastic tea will be maintained at the proper level.
It is important to keep the collection in a dark, but dry place, to hide it from the direct rays of the sun. If the temperature of the room where the tea will be stored is below 15 ° C, its medicinal properties may decrease its activity.
You can store a fee:
- in cartons;
- in glass jars;
- in ceramic ware;
- in canvas bags;
- in birch bark.
Linen Sack - Raw Material Storage Option
Important! Tea should not be stored in bags. Open packaging can be used no longer than 45 days.
"Hello, I want to share my experience in treating type 2 diabetes with monastic tea. Recently, I began to feel worse, my friend advised me to buy this remedy. I honestly didn’t believe in its effectiveness, but decided to try it. After 3 weeks I realized that fatigue disappeared like a hand, there was some kind of incentive to live, work, participate in the lives of relatives. And then I realized that I had sugar not higher than 6 mmol / l, but before it reached 10 mmol / l. "
"Hello everyone! I have been ill with diabetes for 6 years. I read about monastic tea on the Internet. I decided to try it myself. I can’t say that sugar fell heavily. After 2 weeks of intake, only 1.5 mmol / l became lower, but it was already something. I will continue to take, and suddenly help. "
"Hello, I bought a monastery tea for my grandmother a week ago. She is 73 years old, has diabetes for 5 years. After a few weeks of taking, she began to feel better, her headaches subsided, she often went outside. She came to life somehow."
Where to order and how much it costs
Unfortunately, in a usual pharmacy such a tool is not available. It can be ordered either in specialized phyto-pharmacies, or on the Internet. It is important to remember that it is necessary to buy a collection from a trusted implementer, since the majority of such funds are fakes, and their sale is profitable on people's diseases. The average cost of tea is in the range of 1200-1500 rubles per pack.