RO/EN: Tips & Tricks in Endometrioza – Ceaiul de papadie

RO: Tips & Tricks in Endometrioza: In loc de ceaiurile de fructe aromate, la pliculet, in tot felul de combinatii ciudate, opteaza pentru 1-2 cani de ceai de papadie in fiecare zi. Este excelent in endometrioza: ajuta ficatul sa functioneze mai bine, sustine sistemul imunitar, ne ofera o gama larga de minerale si vitamine si este mult mai “bland” decat alte plante recomandate pentru sanatatea ficatului, cum este, de exemplu, anghinarea sau silimarina, pe care, sub forma de capsul, nu toate pacientele cu endometrioza le tolereaza (si cazul meu). Pentru inca si mai multe beneficii in endometrioza, dar nu numai, adaugati in ceaiul de papadie un pic caldut o lingurita de miere si o lingurita otet de mere bio. Mai multe despre managerierea cu succes a endometriozei pe blog si/sau aici >> https://www.facebook.com/marinarasnoveanu11/

EN: Tips & Tricks in Endometriosis: Instead of those aromatic, tea fruit sachets, you would better drink 1-2 cups of dandelion tea a day. It is excellent in endometriosis: it helps the liver to detoxify bad estrogen and to work properly, it supports the immune system, it provides us a wide range of minerals and vitamins and it is more tolerable than other plants recommended for liver health, such as artichoke or silimarine, which, in capsule form, are not well tolerable by all endometriosis patients (me included). Extra tip: in the warm dandelion tea cup add in a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar (with the mother). More about managing endometriosis on the blog or here >> https://www.facebook.com/marinarasnoveanu11/

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