one of the most powerful natural plants that improve human’s immune system and act as detox, helping in cleaning your system from viruses, bacteria’s, funguses and heavy metals. Its important feature is that there are no side effects and no possibility to overdose. It tastes lovely with a bit of honey and lemon juice, it can be also sweetened with Xylitol, but you can easily get used to its natural taste.
Accordingly to many sources and bio-medical researches Cistus Incanus offers a rich source of polyphenols, proanthocyandidins, bioflavonoids, catechins, gallic acid, rutin and other beneficial bioactive compounds.
Cistus has demonstrated strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-viral properties, without any toxicity or gastric irritation or skin problems.
The content of antioxidants is surprisingly 3 times higher than in green tea and 5 to 10 times than in other popular sources. For people who find green tea too strong or too bitter in taste – Cistus tea is just a calming and delicate drink that you can easily start and finish your day with without experiencing any digestion problems or discomfort.
Cistus supports the following health functions:
Fortifies Immune System
Triggers Antioxidant Processes
Fights Candida and other fungal infections
Supports Skin Health
Supports Gastrointestinal Healing
Promotes Healthy Inflammatory Processes
Supports Urinary Tract Healing
Supports all Body’s Microbial Defense
Throat And Mouth Hygiene
Promotes Cardiovascular Health
Supports Biofilm Control
People discussing their experience say there are plenty of reasons why it’s worth to use it on a regular basis:
1. Cistus Incanus is extremely rich in polyphenols and it eliminates micro-organisms such as viruses very effectively. It helps your body eliminate them from the system and it is very helpful and protects you at the time of more active spreading virus infections at workplace or school.
2. Because of its antibacterial, antivirus and anti-fungal properties, Cistus Incanus will bring relief to those who suffer from e.g. dandruff, psoriasis, acne, eczema, proliferation of candida albicans, chronic and recurring sinus infection, various mycoses of skin and nails, infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus, herpes virus, shingles virus, Helicobacter Pylori infections and other conditions caused by proliferation of unwanted viruses, bacteria and fungi in the body. It will help even those, who can’t be treated with any antibiotics. It also has an anti-allergic (antihistamine) effect.
3. It removes toxic heavy metals from the organism (it binds especially cadmium very easily), that is why it is especially recommended to smokers.
4. It also helps to prevent ischaemic heart disease, dissolve embolisms and blood clots.
5. It’s a strong antioxidant plant that has a great ability to catch free radicals and lower the activity of collagenase (the enzyme responsible for decomposing collage). As a result, it has a rejuvenating, anti-inflammatory and vitalizing effect on human body.
6. It can bring relief to men of older age who suffer from enlarged prostate, since it has antiproliferative and cytotoxic properties
7. Drinking Cistus Incanus tea regularly causes a change in the smell of body discharge. In case of a problem with, e.g. an unpleasant smell of sweat (armpits, feet), after a few weeks of drinking tea made of cistus, it will be noticeable that the unpleasant smell has greatly reduced.
As a herb rich in bioflavonoids, Cistus Incanus works great with vitamin C, enhancing its effects (important in case of infections).
How to drink Cistus Incanus:
Cistus Incanus should be used regularly, every day. Only then it will present to us its cleansing potential. The effects might be felt even after a week but very noticeable minimum after four weeks of regular use. It is not difficult to make infusion every morning in a jar and then pour to the glass any time you visit your kitchen, if you don’t have time to make infusion few times a day.
Infusion: pour boiling water over one teaspoon of Cistus Incanus and let it steep covered for around 10-15 minutes. Strain it and, after cooling drink 2-3 times a day or more. It is recommended that a given portion of tea is steeped for several times (can be done up to 4 times), which will allow to get out all the beneficial ingredients. The infusion can be seasoned to taste with lemon juice and/or sweetened a little bit with, e.g. honey or xylitol.
Family preventive infusion: brew one table spoon of Cistus Incanus in a big, one-litre pot and continue as in the recipe above. It’s a great way to fortify the immune system of the whole family at the end of seasons when it is easy to catch a runny nose or other infections. It can be also used during a heat wave as an Ice Tea type of drink with the addition of ice cubes, lemon and mint leaves.
Note : the information contained in this description is only for information and educational purposes. If you’re pregnant, breastfeeding or taking any kinds of medication, consult with your doctor before use.