Treat Diarrhea

One of the health benefits of quince leaves is effectively treat diarrhea. Whether you are using the tincture or drink quince leaves tea, it is very good in solving digestive problems such as diarrhea.

Regulate Blood Pressure

Leaves of quince tree contain pectin. Pectin is a component which is able to help the blood circulation. Regular consumption of quince leaves helps us attain normal blood pressure and avoid hypertension. As we know, hypertension may lead to many diseases.

Improve Immune System

Quince leaves tea can be a healthier replacement to your morning coffee as it has health benefits for your immune system. It contains tannins, which are effective in fighting fungi, yeast, bacteria, and viruses.

Maintain Healthy Heart

With its high levels of antioxidants, it protects the heart from many diseases such as coronary heart.

Lower Cholesterol

Research shows us that quince leaves are able to significantly decrease bad cholesterol levels followed by the lowering of triglyceride levels. The consumption of quince leaves extract is able to prevent cardiovascular diseases.

Cure Anemia

Due to the high levels of iron the quince leaves contain, it is very helpful with anemia.

Treat Cold

Because of the anti-viral properties of the leaves, it is recommended to drink quince leaves tea when you catch a cold. The warm quince leaves tea will make you feel better while relieving the symptoms of cold such as dizziness, fever, cough, and sneezing. It can be combined with lemon, ginger and honey for an additional boost! Also, quince leaves are helpful with bronchitis.

Nutrition

Quince leaves are rich in many minerals and vitamins, thus helping you immune system and overall body function properly. It has Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Iron, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium and Copper manganese.

Quince is a kind of fruit originated from Mediterranean, especially in warm temperate regions. Quince is an ancient fruit, found in Roman cooking and grown across Turkey and southeast Asia. It grows on small trees and is closely related to apples and pears, but it lacks their immediate edibility and appeal. The fruit is usually consumed cooked and the leaves are used as a tea and for tinctures.


Preparation & Dosage

Put a teaspoon of quince leaf into a 200ml cup of boiled water. Cover it and let it steep for 10 minutes. Strain and drink a cup 2-3 times per day.

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