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Peppermint tea has many beneficial properties for our body. Interestingly, one of the last virtues awarded the traditional medicine is to be a natural remedy for women who suffer from combat hirsutism (excess hair).
The medical team in charge of the investigation reported that the study was to make twenty women hirsute taking twice a day mint tea. After five days they did a blood test to determine whether there had been any change in testosterone levels.
Surprisingly, this had declined considerably, as well as triglycerides. Now the investigations continue and do not rule out that this is in the near future will be the main component of anti-androgens.
Today masculizante this disorder that affects many women is fought with oral contraceptives or drugs that control the problem but have counterproductive effects as weight gain.
This infusion is also recommended to combat stomach disorders, flatulence, convulsions, dizziness, headaches, cramps, headaches and bad breath.
Thiamine treatment using
Of various food elements, the thiamine or vitamin B is very important in the treatment of insomnia. It is important for strong and healthy nerves. An object with a lack of thiamine after a few moments will not be able to relax and fall asleep naturally. The main sources of this vitamin are cereals, legumes and nuts.
Treatment using lettuce
Lettuce useful in the treatment of insomnia because it contains stimulates sleep, called lectucarium. Juice of this plant has been associated with sedative effects of opium without the accompanying excitement. Seed lettuce is also effective for treating insomnia. One tablespoon of seeds should be boiled in a pint of water until reduced to three.
Treatment of influenza with long pepper
The use of long pepper was one of the most effective solution for the treatment of influenza. Half a teaspoon of powdered long pepper, mixed with two tablespoons of honey and half teaspoon of ginger juice should be consumed three times a day. This would be very helpful if taken in the early stages of disease. This is especially useful to avoid complications that followed the onset of the disease, namely the involvement of the larynx and bronchial tubes.