Osteochondrosis is a well-known and rather common disease: more than 80% of the world's population suffers from this disease. And what is most terrible, many of these people do not even suspect that they are sick. Therefore, only 20% of patients with osteochondrosis from these 80% turn to doctors for help, and then only in the case when they "priperlo", i.e. with an already complicated disease.
Osteochondrosis therapy is a long and time-consuming process that requires the application of traditional medicine methods along with traditional treatment. Monastic tea from osteochondrosis is one of such folk ways.
To whom will it be useful?
- People already suffering from osteochondrosis at any stage of the disease.
- To all who wish to prevent the development of osteochondrosis, i.e. for preventive purposes.
- "For those over 30" - to improve mobility and flexibility of vertebral joints.
If we proceed from the statistics given above, then monastic tea from osteochondrosis will be useful to everyone without exception!
Composition and healing properties of
This tea rumor has been awarded by the miracle force against back diseases, it is only worth reading reviews on the healing drink. Judging by them, it can be assumed that monastic tea can really relieve osteochondrosis once and for all.
The tea contains:
- wild rose berries,
- St. John's wort,
- root elecampane,
- and other carefully selected medicinal plants.
And all this variety of herbs is mixed with the usual black tea, so the drink has a pleasant aroma and a tart saturated taste.
All components of the collection are balanced so as to strengthen, not suppress, the action of each other. And, as a consequence, you can observe the strongest therapeutic effect on the human body.
Directed action for osteochondrosis:
- active restoration of the structure of vertebrae, joints and cartilaginous tissue;
- improved elasticity of intervertebral discs;
- analgesic effect for exacerbation of the disease;
- stimulation of metabolic processes in the spine and surrounding tissues;
- anti-inflammatory effect in the period of attack and warning - in remission;
- is the source of the essential amino acids necessary for the spinal column to function.
Phytocompositions of monastic tea are completely natural and safe for health.
. Tea action on the whole organism:
- is a restorative and immunomodulating;
- increasing vascular tone of the circulatory system;
- stimulating for heart work;
- improving mental and physical performance;
- is an antitumor;
- blood cholesterol lowering;
- activating the work of the gastrointestinal tract;
- revitalizing and toning.
The benefits of monastic tea for people, whether they are sick with osteochondrosis or healthy, are incommensurable. You can use this delicious drink to anyone, because the composition of medicinal herbs is safe for humans, side effects from the use of tea are not noted, there are no contraindications, except individual intolerance of the components.
A bit of history and modernity
The first herbal collections for general strengthening of the body appeared several millennia ago by the monks of the Solovetsky Monastery to maintain their body and spirit during hours of long prayers. Monks - first of all, people who also can get sick, so over time they began to adjust the composition of medicinal collection - so appeared monastic tea from heart ailments, from stomach diseases, etc.
Monastery collection from osteochondrosis was started by monks of the Holy Elizabethan monasteryin Belarus, collecting medicinal herbs in ecologically clean areas around the monastery. In the herb collection, they also added consecrated water and a silver cross, a piece of their soul and a prayer for the salvation of the infirm. And most likely, the sanctity of the medicinal collection and the strength of the monk's prayer word are the guarantors of the high effectiveness of tea in the fight against osteochondrosis.
Monastic tea from the Holy Elisabeth Convent
Today monastic tea is a natural, environmentally safe, certified and clinically tested product. According to the results of tests conducted in 2013, in 90% of cases of osteochondrosis in subjects the monastery collection helped to cope with the disease.
It is recommended for use in the treatment and prevention of osteochondrosis by leading specialists in the field of neurology and orthopedics in Russia and CIS countries, since the phyto-components of this tea activate the regenerative processes in the spine and enhance the action of traditional medicine.
Indications for the use of monastic tea - exacerbation, periods of damping of osteochondrosis and prevention of the disease. Also, due to the fact that the monastery medicinal collection has a prolonged analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect, it can be used for myalgia, neuritis, radiculitis, myositis, neuralgia.
Medicinal components of tea at a microscopic level reprogram the process of vital activity of cells, literally, forcing them to self-recovery. In this case, the body does not perceive such interference as alien, because the composition of the drink is completely natural and contains only biologically active substances.
Monastic tea from osteochondrosis for preventive purposes it is desirable to drink courses for 3-4 weeks with short breaks( 5-10 days).
To get the healing effect, you need to consume tea continuously for 3 months and only then take a break.
The first positive results from drinking tea are felt already at the 2nd week of application.
Recipe for cooking
1 teaspoon of the mixture to boil with boiling water in the volume of one glass, let it brew for 5-10 minutes and drain. The received volume should be drunk 3 times in equal portions within one day.
If the drink is not drunk, the next day to eat it is no longer suitable.
It should be noted that the price for monastic tea is rather democratic, especially in comparison with the cost of the daily course of medicines for treatment of osteochondrosis.
And if you look at the ratio of "price - quality - result", then this drink is simply priceless.
Health to you and prosperity!
- To whom will it be useful?
- Composition and healing properties
- A bit of history and modernity
- Cooking recipe