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Draining infusion

Introduction

A diet that is too rich in salt and fats can be the basis of the excessive accumulation of liquids inside the body, with the appearance of widespread swelling or, worse, cellulite. The aesthetic damage of water retention is very evident: it is enough to simply look in the mirror to observe unusual roundness both in the face, on the belly, in the hips, in the thighs and in the buttocks. Fundamental parts of the female body, but unfortunately easy to make ugly with bad lifestyle habits. Water retention is not only an aesthetic problem, but also a health problem because it indicates an accumulation of toxins in the body and their poor elimination through the urine. Water retention is in fact defined as the body’s tendency to retain liquids. There are no favorite seasons for water retention, which can occur at any time of the year or in some particular moments of life, such as the premenstrual period, pregnancy and postpartum. Losing little fluids also risks suffering from hypertension, as it is not possible to eliminate sodium, the first responsible for the rise in blood pressure. In daily practice there are many remedies that can help reduce water retention and dispose of excess fluids. Among these we also find infusions, drinks obtained by adding herbs, with a draining effect, in hot water. the first responsible for the rise in blood pressure. In daily practice there are many remedies that can help reduce water retention and dispose of excess fluids. Among these we also find infusions, drinks obtained by adding herbs, with a draining effect, in hot water. the first responsible for the rise in blood pressure. In daily practice there are many remedies that can help reduce water retention and dispose of excess fluids. Among these we also find infusions, drinks obtained by adding herbs, with a draining effect, in hot water.

Description


Draining infusions, as we have just mentioned in the previous paragraph, are drinks made up of boiling water and pulverized herbs, chopped or filtered. Unlike the decoction, herbs are added only after boiling the water and not before. The mixture is then left to rest for a few minutes and is drunk in sips throughout the day or according to the instructions of your trusted herbalist. To prepare a draining infusionreally effective, it is absolutely not recommended to do it yourself, because some herbs could also procure unwanted effects or allergic reactions. Therefore, in the preparation of a draining infusion, you must follow the following procedure: contact a herbalist, get the draining herbs, prepare the infusion and then drink it according to the instructions of the expert. The draining infusions can also assist with specific diets or physical activity, in order to enhance the slimming effect of the two slimming solutions, since the same infusions, alone, can do very little. However, some herbs can stimulate diuresis, reducing swelling and the sense of heaviness.

Draining herbs

Herbs for draining or anti-cellulite or against swelling are the most requested by women and the most used, a sign that typically female aesthetic problems affect an increasing number of people. The herbs suitable for preparing excellent draining infusions are: fennel seeds, dandelions, licorice, birch and nettle leaves and green tea. Fennel seeds also have detoxifying properties. Green tea, on the other hand, has diuretic, satiating and anorectic properties, that is, they suppress the sense of hunger. To enhance the draining and purifying effect, the infusions are prepared through a mixture of two or more herbs, the so-called herbal tea, which can also be used to prepare decoctions.

Do-it-yourself draining infusion

All the infusions are prepared in a do-it-yourself way, because once you have bought the herbs you need to infuse them. The infusion with fennel seeds is used to reduce fermentation and intestinal swelling and to promote digestion. A draining herbal tea with fennel seeds is prepared by also combining lime and rosemary. Inside a teapot with half a liter of boiling water, add a teaspoon of fennel seeds, half a teaspoon of chopped rosemary and an equal amount of lime. The mixture is left to infuse for 15 minutes, filtered and drunk after meals. This infusion serves to stimulate digestion and to reduce intestinal fermentations. To prepare a specifically diuretic infusion, mint and rosemary can be used in combination. The infusion of dandelion roots and leaves is also markedly draining and detoxifying, which have diuretic properties useful for promoting the elimination of excess fluids and, therefore, also of toxins. The infusion, with at least 5% of leaves and roots, is prepared like any other infusion, it is filtered and drunk between meals. For a visible draining effect also on an aesthetic level, the infusion should be drunk consistently and following the dosage indicated by the trusted herbalist.

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