Abuta tea is a complex type of tea, used at first only by midwives to treat different childbirth issues. Now, it is widely-appreciated due to its therapeutic value.
About Abuta Tea
Abuta is a high-climbing vine, originating from South Africa and being widely known for its efficiency in treating women’s ailments.
The plant has woody stems and extremely long roots. Its leaves are heart-shaped and have a waxy texture. The seeds are flat, the flowers grow in panicles, whereas its fruits are bright red, turning black when they are ripened.
Practitioners of nowadays medicine have been acknowledged using derivatives of some of the constituents of abuta to block neuromuscular activity during surgery. Extracts of the same plant are included in pharmaceutical products for medical applications.
Abuta tea gained its reputation as the brew used by midwives, especially in South America. It is thought to help fighting hemorrhage that may threaten a miscarriage.
In Indian Ayurvedic medicine, Abuta tea is believed to have anti-fertility properties.
Brewing Abuta Tea
Abuta tea can be intaken in the form of capsules or tincture.
It can be brewed in the following way:
- boil the dried roots of the plant ( 20 to 25 minutes)
- allow the mix to steep (5 minutes)
- drink it slowly
Abuta Tea benefits
Abuta Teais successfully used to:
- fight kidney stones and bladder infections
- alleviate fever
- counter jaundice
- ease symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism
- fight gonorrhea
- treat anemia
Abuta tea is given to women to help ease childbirth. It is also efficient in alleviating the unpleasant menstrual problems.
Abuta Tea side effects
High doses ofAbuta teacombined with other medications, may lead to respiratory problems. It is not recommended to pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Abuta tea is benefic to treat a large array of diseases, being also recommended as an excellent blood depurative.