Treatment and Prevention

The composition of the monastic tea for diabetes

Hippocrates said: "Diseases are treated by doctors, and heals - nature."

Diabetes treatment is not limited to medication.
Today, this statement is also relevant, despite the entire number of drugs created by artificial means. Diabetes is an insidious disease, because it affects many processes and systems of our body, literally wearing them before time. This means that you need to be treated with all possible forces.

To cope with this disease, it is necessary to carry out a full range of measures, which includes in addition to tablets:

  • dieting
  • physical exertion
  • power mode
  • glucose control and others.

A good addition to all of this is herbal tinctures and teas, allowing you to deal with the main problems and "side effects" of the disease.

Such a natural remedy is the monastic gathering for diabetics, which can be used as tea or tincture.

The combination of all these measures in the complex helps to more effectively fight the disease, significantly improves the patient's quality of life, his state of health, the state of body systems and organs, reduces the risk of serious conditions.

The history of monastic tea and its creators

Most of the prescriptions of medicinal fees came to us from ancestors, in whose hands for the treatment of diseases were only the forces of nature. Monastic tea is not an exception, it was created in the 16th century by the monks of the Solovetsky monastery. In those days, many turned to the holy fathers for healing, and, moreover, the priests needed strength to fulfill these vows, vigils, and fasting. And they were looking for help in medicinal herbs.

Of course, it’s not the original composition that has come down to us, it has undergone some changes over the centuries.
The monks added and removed some ingredients, changed their proportions, achieving the best healing effect, until finally they created a perfectly balanced formula. Since then, the recipe of monastic tea has been carefully preserved by many generations, so now we can feel the beneficial properties of ourselves.

Nowadays, a real infusion with a traditional composition is produced in the Holy Elizabeth Monastery on the territory of Belarus.

The composition of the monastic tea and useful properties

Monastic tea for diabetes has a lot of useful properties due to healing herbs in its composition. Among them:

  • Chamomile;
  • Wild rose leaves;
  • Thyme;
  • Oregano;
  • Dandelion;
  • Kozlyatnik;
  • Blueberry;
  • Felt burdock;
  • Chernogolovnik;
  • Hypericum
This tool, unlike the others, has its effect not only on the level of insulin or glucose in the blood, but also in general on various systems and organs, as well as metabolism. And this happens due to the following positive properties of the ingredients:

  • The sugar-lowering effect is achieved due to the alkaloids and essential oils present in the composition, which improve cell perception processes of glucose and then its utilization from the blood. It also contributes to the effectiveness of insulin therapy, which prevents the occurrence of dangerous conditions and the development of complications;
  • Antioxidant effect is reflected in the formation of a barrier between the cells of the body and free radicals, which significantly reduces their adverse effects on health;
  • The effect of supporting the functions and condition of the pancreas is achieved by anti-inflammatory therapy with the beneficial properties of chamomile, and by improving the patency of the ducts, as well as an effective barrier to self-destruction of the organ;
  • The immunomodulating effect is manifested due to the essential oils and mucopolysaccharides present in the composition. With the constant use of these components, powerful immunomodulation occurs, i.e. The body's defense system is optimized and finds the necessary balance. This is very important, given that immunity in diabetics is a particularly acute topic, most of them are constantly struggling with colds and viral diseases;
  • The stabilizing effect is manifested in the normalization of lipid metabolism (which is important for patients with type 2 diabetes). Ingredients in tea reduce the synthesis of fats, as well as appetite, resulting in a decrease in body weight, as well as the normalization of weight. And with the loss of extra pounds, many unpleasant symptoms, such as shortness of breath, heartburn, increased fatigue and others, go away.

Indications for use and contraindications

The absolute indication for the use of monastic tea is diabetes mellitus type 2 or 1.
It is used in complex therapy (in conjunction with drugs) for treating this ailment and alleviating the symptoms and manifestations of concomitant diseases. The drink is also useful for those at high risk:

  • People in whose family there are direct and through a generation relatives with diabetes;
  • Patients with obesity type 1, 2, 3 and 4.
In addition, monastic tea can be used by people who control their weight and lose weight. Due to the beneficial properties of herbs, the weight loss process on the background of diet and sports training is enhanced, and the body does not suffer from reduced immunity.
The therapeutic effect of monastic tea is:

  • Glucose stabilization;
  • Restoration of proper carbohydrate metabolism, improvement of metabolism;
  • Stabilization of pancreatic functions, beneficial effects on insulin reproduction;
  • Restoration of the ability of cells to absorb insulin;
  • Reducing the risk of developing and developing serious complications, as well as associated diseases that often accompany diabetes;
  • Weight loss due to enhanced fat processing and faster metabolism.

Monastic tea for diabetes is a medicinal collection of herbs. Its components are usually well tolerated by people, even children can take it. He has no absolute contraindications associated with any diseases or conditions, and even pregnant women can take this remedy if necessary.

The only negative point may be an individual allergy to the components of tea, so before use, you must ensure that it is not present.

Brewing method and dosage

Before use, remember that even in the absence of an allergic reaction to medicinal herbs in the collection, it is necessary to begin treatment gradually. And then, within three to four days, bring the dosage to the desired amount.

Brewing monastic tea is not difficult. However, you should follow simple guidelines:

  • It is advisable to prepare the drink in a ceramic container without a lid, so that the necessary oxygen is supplied and the components do not react with the material of the container;
  • At 200 ml of boiling water pour 1 teaspoon of the collection, and then insist about 8 minutes;
  • Drink the best drink hot, but if necessary it can be stored in the cold for three days;
  • You can take tea up to 4 times a day, half an hour before meals.

Compliance with these simple tips will get the tincture of the best healing effect.

And remember, monastic tea for diabetes is not a magical remedy for the disease, but just a good helper, effectively working in conjunction with diet, medications and physical activity.
They in no case should not replace drug treatment! The degree of usefulness of the monastic tea largely depends on the correct observance of conditions, as well as on several individual factors, such as:

  • age of the patient
  • organism susceptibility to medicinal products,
  • disease duration
  • the degree of damage to the body.

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