Need something for STRESS? Wrinkles? Markus Rothkranz shows once again how to make an amazing tasting powerful healing tea from things that grow within 100 feet of your house or cost almost nothing. This time from basic pine needles, rosemary and licorice root, each of which have powerful healing abilities for people with STRESS, lung infections, wrinkles, arthritis, even hair loss. The answer is as close as your nearest pine tree. There are also great herbs at your local Asian market. Free Food and Medicine is everywhere
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This powerful great-tasting tea is super quick to make using only three easy-to-get natural ingredients. Packed with the feel-good ingredients of Pine needles, Rosemary and Licorice root, this perfectly blended tea is a must for healthy living and relaxation. Enjoy it and more from my updates at http://www.markusworld.com/wild/wrin
Pine needles have much more vitamin C than oranges
The vitamin C in lemon and oranges, 50 mg/100 g, is exceeded in the needles and bark of several conifer spp. Reduced ascorbic acid in 100 g of fresh needles and shoots was reported in Abies balsamea 270 mg, Picea Rubens 169 mg…..
“Rosemary is one of nature’s finest stimulants of anti-oxidants”…
Among the most important group of compounds isolated from the plant are the abietane-type phenolic diterpenes that account for most of the antioxidant and many pharmacological activities of the plant. Among the pharmacologically validated medicinal uses of rosemary are antibacterial, anticance, antidiabetic, anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive, antioxidant, antithrombotic, antiulcerogenic, improving cognitive deficits, antidiuretic, and hepatoprotective effects. By far the most important group of rosemary compounds that gain significant attention in recent years, however, is the unique class of polyphenolic diterpenes. In this review, the chemistry and pharmacology of rosemary diterpenes are scrutinised by giving special emphasis to their therapeutic potential for Alzheimer's disease.
“Rosemary contains key components that stimulate everything in the body…memory & brain, sluggish digestive system, bile for the liver, hair growth…great for headaches, depression, blood pressure”…
Rosemary is used for digestion problems, including heartburn, intestinal gas, liver and gallbladder complaints, and loss of appetite. It is also used for gout, cough, headache, high blood pressure, and reducing age-related memory loss. Rosemary is used topically applied to the skin for preventing and treating baldness; and treating circulation problems, toothache, a skin condition called eczema, and joint or muscle pain such as myalgia, sciatica, and intercostal neuralgia. It is also used for wound healing, in bath therapy, balneotherapy, and as an insect repellent.
“Licorice Root is a powerful medicine, it is anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-tumor…great for stress…has numerous healing qualities…the natural root licorice is just plain amazing”…
“Licorice contains Adaptogen that stimulates the entire immune system”
Licorice, which is derived from the root of the plant, is used extensively in traditional Chinese medicine, for a variety of conditions and ailments. Licorice has also got immune modulatory and adaptogenic property.