Some of the many benefits of hyssop tincture include its impact on blood pressure, respiratory health, intestinal parasites, the immune system and menstrual cramps, among others.
The medicinal value of this herb, however, comes from its many different active ingredients and antioxidants, including terpenes, flavonoids, tannins and other volatile acids. There are also anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antibiotic compounds, such as vitamin C, found in this tea that can have a wide range of health benefits.
The leaves of hyssop plant produce a tea that is vaguely reminiscent of mint, but there are more floral notes, making this a very pleasant hot beverage. Cultivated and used medicinally since ancient times, this plant has been an important cultural element all over the world and remains important to this day. Since this plant is often cultivated for ornamental purposes, it isn’t uncommon for people to grow their own supply of these tea leaves.
Dosage: 30 drops, 3 times a day.
The anti-inflammatory properties of this tincture are able to reduce pain and discomfort in the respiratory tracts, including soothing sore throats and expelling mucus and phlegm, which is where the underlying infections can thrive.
The soothing nature of this tincture, as well as the many antioxidants it contains, can help to eliminate discomfort in the gut, as well as clear up any infections that may be affecting your digestion.It is also known to balance the acidity levels, which can prevent symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease.
This herb has various expectorant qualities, and one of the effects of that is balanced blood pressure.Preventing hypertensive symptoms is a great way to protect against atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes.
Good amounts of vitamin C, backed by numerous antioxidants, help to relieve strain on the immune system, preventing colds and the flu with an abundance of white blood cells.
One of the active ingredients in hyssop is able to prevent or slow down the production of a key enzyme that converts starch into sugar, thus helping to control blood sugar levels in the body.
Early research and anecdotal evidence point to this tea’s efficacy in mitigating the symptoms of HIV/AIDS.
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