Mirtilin glycoside extract from the blueberry leaves is rightly called “natural insulin” as a very successful natural remedy for diabetes treating, but with constant consultations with your doctor and proper diet.
- 20 g blueberry leaves
- 20 g black mulberry leaves,
- 20g ground-ivy (Glechoma hederacea) leaves
- 40 g white pea pods.
Mix all components and boil three tablespoons of the mixture for 15 minutes in ½ liter of water.
Remove the pan from the heat; cover it with a lid and leave to stand for 3 hours.
Drink this dose three times a week.
In traditional medicine, blueberry is valued herb for treatment of acute and chronic internal diseases, especially in children with typhoid and paratyphoid. As additional therapy to antibiotics because the tea made of blueberry leaves and fruit within 24 hours kills the typhoid microbes and paratyphoid coli bacillus, which means that it also helps at certain inflammations of small and large intestines.
Blueberries bind bacteria and their toxins, destroy infectious germs, soothes, strengthens and purifies the liver, cure conditions of impaired digestion and food poisoning. Blueberry tea effectively prevents the formation of uric acid which is particularly important for people suffering from gout.
Freshly squeezed blueberry juice is one of the best natural remedies for rinsing the inflamed throat, ulcers and inflammation of the gums. If you keep the juice for few minutes in the mouth it removes bad breath. Fresh juice removes intestinal parasites, especially worms, and reduces cholesterol.
Blueberry leaves and fruits tea soothes cough and encourages discharge of mucus from the lungs.