One tablespoon of this infusion acts like a balm on my intestines. In addition, it helps you lose weight

One tablespoon of this infusion acts like a balm on my intestines.  In addition, it helps you lose weight

Do you want to get rid of bloating and get a flat stomach? An infusion of a popular, although underestimated, plant can help achieve this goal. Many people exterminate it and treat it like a weed. This is a big mistake, because it has a lot of valuable properties.

God’s bread is the common name for mallow. It is also often referred to as grandmother’s cheese or button herb. The plant does not have high soil requirements. It grows in parks and meadows. It can also often be found in home gardens. It quickly settles into new areas. It has small flowers and looks quite inconspicuous. That’s why it’s easy to confuse God’s bread with a weed. However, don’t be fooled by appearances. This plant contains many valuable properties that support the weight loss process and have a positive effect on the body.

How does God’s bread work?

God’s bread is eagerly used in folk medicine. It is mainly used to prepare infusions. Mallow drink has anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antibacterial properties. It strengthens the immune system and supports the functioning of the digestive system. Accelerates metabolism. It relieves gastric symptoms, such as flatulence or diarrhea. Stimulates the production of juices and digestive enzymes. Reduces the risk of constipation.

In addition, the infusion of God’s bread supports the treatment of colds and their symptoms, including cough and sore throat. It also supports the liver and the process of cleansing the body of toxins.

How to make an infusion of Christmas bread?

Just pour one teaspoon of the herb into a glass of hot water and infuse covered for 15 minutes. Then strain the drink. You can drink it three times a day, one spoonful. If you have any doubts about whether you can include God’s bread in your diet, consult your primary care physician. Remember that the compounds contained in the infusion may interact with some medications.

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