Iceland Moss Tea is known by the people from Iceland, Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden as being a remedy for disorders of the respiratory system. The Iceland moss grows mainly in the tree barks of Iceland and most Scandinavian countries and reaches a height of almost 4 inches. You can distinguish the plant by its curled leaves and unique spiny margins.
The constituent of Iceland Moss Tea is the lichenin, a type of starch. It also contains polysaccharides that strengthen your immune system.
How To Make Iceland Moss Tea
To make Iceland Moss Tea you will need to place a teaspoon of dried Iceland moss herbs in a kettle of boiling water. Let it boil for about 3 minutes and after that let the mix stand for 10 minutes.
It is advised to drink 2 cups of Iceland Moss Tea per day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
Iceland Moss Tea Benefits
- Helps treating bronchitis.
- Cough remedy.
- Helps combat irritable bowel infections, gastritis and dysentery.
- Prevents congestion.
- Fights infestation of intestinal worms.
Iceland Moss Tea Side Effects
- Over consumption can be unsafe, because the dried Iceland moss plant can be contaminated with lead.
- Pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid drinking Iceland Moss Tea. During pregnancy, it can be harmful to the mother and to the unborn child.
- It can cause ulcers in the stomach or small intestine.
- Iceland Moss Tea may interact with the effects of some medications, so make sure you always consult your doctor before drinking Iceland Moss Tea or any kind of herbal tea.
- It can cause nausea and liver problems.
Iceland Moss Tea is a healthy herbal tea known for its medicinal properties. Try not to drink more than 1-2 cups per day of Iceland Moss Tea in order not to experience its side effects!