Medicinal herbs for weight loss

Medicinal herbs for weight loss

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Octo­ber 18, 2017, 18:35

If you think that women start­ed tor­tur­ing them­selves with diets only two or three decades ago, then you are deeply mis­tak­en. Our great-grand­moth­ers and their grand­moth­ers also active­ly strug­gled with extra pounds.


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But only in those dis­tant times, the fair sex was well versed in med­i­c­i­nal plants, which allowed them to sig­nif­i­cant­ly speed up the process of los­ing weight. What herbs will help keep you in shape?

  • To remove excess flu­id from the body, use plan­tain, bur­dock, lin­gonber­ry leaves, bear’s paws and horse­tail. How­ev­er, be care­ful — the above plants are con­traindi­cat­ed in kid­ney dis­ease.
  • To delay the time of the next meal, for­get­ting about the feel­ing of hunger, use spir­uli­na, cala­mus root, flax seeds and bran. These foods swell in the stom­ach, mak­ing you feel full.
  • Dan­de­lion, bar­ber­ry, volo­dush­ka, immortelle and milk this­tle will help to improve the func­tion­ing of the liv­er and gall­blad­der, as well as “dis­perse” the metab­o­lism.
  • To nor­mal­ize bow­el func­tion, add herbs to dish­es and drinks that have a mild lax­a­tive effect. These include sea buck­thorn, cumin, rhubarb, licorice, dill and buck­thorn bark.
  • In order to speed up your metab­o­lism, include gin­seng, rose­mary, turmer­ic, lemon­grass, eleuthe­ro­coc­cus, and gin­ger in your diet.

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