Wild Apple Fruit tea benefits the overall health and wellbeing since it is loaded with a bunch of powerful vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fibre. Wild Apple helps in weight loss, boosts immunity, keeps diabetes under control, and also protects and improves your vision.
Wild Apple Fruit Tea is famous for its unique taste which makes it a refreshing and pleasant beverage during the whole year - whether used warm, in the winter cold months, or chilled with ice cubes, as "iced tea".
The properties of Wild Apple Tea help in managing diabetes and keeping blood sugar under control.
Its power to do so comes from Polyphenolic compounds which have long been associated with effects on blood sugar within the body, as reported in one research in the EXCLI Journal in 2016.
Since Wild Apple Tea has a great number of phenolic compounds, this can help manage and regulate diabetic symptoms.
Loaded with powerful antioxidants, Wild Apple Fruit tea is a great immune system booster.
Wild Apple Tea contains a bunch of powerful vitamins - vitamin A and B and a great amount of vitamin C. It also contains sugars, pectin, cellulose; amber, malic, oxalic and citric acid, some minerals and tiny amounts of tannins, which all make it a potent agent in supporting your immunity.
Some studies indicate that Parkinson’s disease management, in particular, has been associated with the active ingredients in apples, which are released when this tea is brewed.
With heavy levels of vitamins, minerals, as well as anti-inflammatory compounds, Wild Apple Fruit tea can relieve the pain in the aching joints in people with arthritis, as well as relieve headaches and sore muscles.
Wild Apple Fruit Tea boosts digestion since this fruit contains good amounts of soluble fibre, which is also a powerful agent helping in weight loss.
Another active ingredient that keeps the digestive system healthy is malic acid found in this tea.
Starting your day with Wild Apple Tea will stimulate your digestive system and prevent constipation throughout the day.
Wild Apple Fruit also contains flavonoids and other phytonutrients that can help you both prevent macular degeneration and protect your vision from any eye-related diseases as you grow older. It is a very well-known fact that vitamin A, found in wild apples in significant amounts, improves eyesight and aids vision related problems.
Vitamin A is also known as a fat-soluble vitamin which has proved very helpful in safeguarding the body from various kinds of dangerous diseases like cancer.
Pour one teaspoon of dried wild apple fruit with 200 ml of cold water, boil briefly and let it stand for 15 minutes. Strain and drink 2-3 times a day.
The wild apple tree (Malus Sylvestris) can grow up to 3-4 meters. It's normally found in Central European forests.
The bark is cracked and grey, the crown is wide and thick, and the leaves are ovoid and pointed at the top and alternate.
The wild apple flowers are pink or white, while the fruits are round, edible, and slightly sour in taste.
The wild apple fruit contains a bunch of powerful vitamins - vitamin A and B and a great amount of vitamin C. It also contains sugars, pectin, cellulose; amber, malic, oxalic and citric acid, some minerals and tiny amounts of tannins.