This is one of the most effective recipes, and can be drunk for any kind of skin disease!
Mix equal parts: walnut leaves,oak and willow bark, nettle and marigold. Take 3 teaspoons of the mixture and pour it with 7 ounces of boiling water.
Cover the mixture and strain it after 30 minutes. Drink 3 times a day, half an hour before meals. In order to notice the results, you have to drink this beverage regularly and persistently.
You can pick all of the ingredients on your own or buy them in pharmacies, markets and health food stores.
Against all of the diseases, the phytotherapy recommends plants that clean the blood, as this also cleans the skin and accelerates healing,which results in reducing the risk of recurrence.
All plants in this tea are popular in thephytotherapyimplementation, and their beneficial effects have been considered as an old tradition. This tea helps in reducing irritation, redness, inflammation, itching and pain.
The walnut leaf has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and is traditionally used for skin diseases. It is applied in the treatment of serious bacterial and fungal infections, the treatment of skin inflammation, inflammation of the digestive system, but also for acne, bleeding gums, eczema and excessive sweating.
It is used as an agent for detoxifying the body, strengthening the stomach and improving digestion and blood counts, against ulcers, gout, and purulent wounds. The young leaves of walnuts are collected in early spring.
The nettle is a rich source of the minerals: potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium; and the vitamins: C, B2, B5 and K. It contains a secretin which is the best stimulant for gastric glands, intestines, liver, pancreas and gallbladder.
The richness of iron makes it valuable for the production of red blood cells, and thereby, for a good supply of oxygen.
Nettle strengthens the body and purifies the blood. It contains quercetin, which is a powerful antioxidant and antihistamine that reduces severe inflammation.
The nettle itself is a remedy for the skin disease hives (urticaria), and other skin rashes and allergic reactions. Nettles are harvested in early spring when they are young.