Nogueira is a common tree in Brazil from where you can remove the bark to make natural palliative treatment for common problems for so many people. The walnut infusion can be used by the whole family without contraindication for children.
The walnut tree Juglans regiawhich is also known as Walnut, Walnut-Caucasian, Walnut-Common, Walnut-European, Walnut-of-iguape, Walnut-of-literal. Originating from Europe and Asia, the walnut tree has great adaptation in countries with a tropical climate such as Brazil. Its seeds have a rich content of vitamin C and is an alternative for consumption because it has six times more vitamin C than acerola. The walnut tree has oval, green leaves with a light tone. The leaf is rigid and its fruits resemble guavas still growing. The tree reaches a height of 25 meters in favorable locations and the plant can be cultivated anywhere that there is enough space to shelter it. The seed of its fruit has a peculiar aspect, reminiscent of the human brain, that is why walnut has the greatest fame, being beneficial for diseases related to the head.
Benefits and Properties
Its bark contains most of the benefits of the tree. It is used for several ills and can be used by adults and children. For children the tea format helps as a dewormer. Common worms in childhood are easily eliminated by walnut tea. Walnut shells also make astringent and laxative paper. People who have problems with stuck and slow intestinal transit, can make use of walnut shells to relax the intestinal muscles and thus evacuate.
Walnut leaves help diabetic people to maintain healthy glucose levels in the body. Tea when consumed before meals helps in this daily control. The leaves also act as an excellent anti-inflammatory. Against neonatal jaundice, walnut leaves yield a good herbal remedy but for this purpose it is used as a bath. The plant also serves to recover from diseases such as gout and rheumatism. As it is a good circulatory stimulant, walnut helps with hemorrhoids and varicose veins.
How to use
Walnut, as the walnut fruit is known, serves for various culinary preparations as well as grated seasoning in some dishes. Cake and nut pie are the best known, but you can apply the fruit in also savory preparations. In addition to using tea, walnut can also be consumed in a base format for preparing juices. It is advisable to replace the water with the cold walnut infusion, it will give the drink a different flavor.
How to make tea
Walnut tea should be made with three spoons of dry leaves in one liter of filtered and boiled water. It is advisable to boil the infusion for two minutes and cover for another ten so that the plant has all its healing properties removed. The main benefit of walnut tea is the naturally sweet flavor, but honey, brown sugar or sweetener are still used to obtain a more pleasant flavor. Tea has a taste that may please many.
Walnut Tea For Female Use
For the intimate health of the woman, the walnut helps by doing a thorough cleaning. For this purpose, a sitz bath is made. Women who have just given birth through natural childbirth and needed epsiotomy, have a natural healing on the walnut. Wounds caused by genital herpes and HPV improve faster with sitz baths made from bark or walnut leaves. Pregnant women should avoid consuming the tea and also people with problems such as gastritis and ulcers as it is a tea with a strong impact on the body.
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Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.