And that can really get to our liver. We can feel this as tiredness, exhaustion, susceptibility to infections. To prevent this, it is advisable to take a two-week cure with Heidelberg herbs.
I drink a cup of hot water with a teaspoon of the herbal mixture in the morning and in the evening.
They activate our entire digestive system, clean the cells and promote the detoxification function of the liver. The sense of taste is harmonized, which means that the appetite for sweets decreases significantly and the feeling of satiety sets in earlier.
The classic winter fatigue is prevented and based on my experience I can confirm that, I am very grateful for that.
The tea is not really tasty at first because it is very bitter, but you get used to it relatively quickly. And when you experience the beneficial effect, you are happy to accept it;)
This is my favorite herbal blend when it comes to detoxification and digestion. Below I’ve added my favorite vendor for these herbs for you.
The following herbs are in the bitter mixture:
Ground leaves of wormwood and yarrow, ground fruit and leaves of juniper, anise, fennel and caraway and powder of ground burnt burnet root.
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium):
The bitterest among medicinal plants. This medicinal plant is suitable as a home remedy for stomach, intestinal and gallbladder problems. The appetite is also stimulated. For external use, it is used as a gargle or poultice for bruises.
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium):
Yarrow stimulates the digestive organs. Therefore, it is often used for indigestion and to stimulate the appetite. The immune system is strengthened and it has an antispasmodic, haemostatic and anti-inflammatory effect. The blood circulation is promoted and it is also used externally as a home remedy for skin disorders, hemorrhoids and for wound healing.
Juniper (Juniperus communis):
Juniper is often used to relieve rheumatic complaints and can be used externally as a bath additive. It can have a beneficial effect on body aches and skin problems.
It has a strong diuretic, disinfecting and digestive effect. It is also said to have a beneficial effect on body aches and skin problems.
Anise (Pimpinella anisum):
Both the oil and the fruit are used as a traditional remedy for colds and coughs. Anise has an appetizing and digestive effect. It is used as a home remedy for stomach cramps, insomnia and nervousness. It also has a beneficial effect on menstrual cramps and the use of aniseed as a milk-producing plant is recommended for breastfeeding mothers.
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare):
The oil is used particularly effectively for flatulence and cramps. It makes it easier to cough up thick mucus, binds free radicals and prevents inflammation. When breastfeeding mothers use fennel for milk production, they also protect their babies from flatulence. Externally, it is also used for major problems or conjunctivitis.
Cumin (Carum carvi):
Caraway prevents flatulence, mild cramps and a feeling of fullness when suffering from indigestion. Food that is difficult to digest or flatulent, such as fresh bread or cabbage, is prepared with it. The oil is recommended as an additive to gargling or as a rub for circulatory disorders.
Burnet (Pimpinella saxifraga):
This has proven itself as an expectorant for coughs, stomach problems, diarrhea and unpleasant flatulence. The burnet strengthens the stomach, kidneys, liver and bladder and also has a laxative, heart-strengthening and blood-cleansing effect. As a bath additive, beaver skins are also used for poorly healing wounds.