BORUTUTU ROOT TEA
It is a 100% natural native product from Africa and its use dates back to distant times. Decades use of infusion of the root Borututu showed that the spectrum of its beneficial action is very broad. The infusion is remarkably improved digestive function of the gastrointestinal tract. It regulates digestive functions of the liver, gallbladder, gastrointestinal tract. Preferably affects the kidney filtration processes and urinary tract. It speeds up the body’s detoxification processes, and thus improves overall well-being. Much of the content of antioxidants (vitamin C, bioflavonoids, selenium) at the root may help the body defend against the negative impact of external factors such as alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, harmful chemical substances contained in the water, air and food products. Borututu (Cochlosperum angolensis) is a unique source of Angola. White man discovered them when they noticed that the natives drunk a glass of infusion of the dried root allows them to absolutely avoid the negative effects of the ingestion of narcotics and alcohol. Research carried out in Portugal have revealed further properties of this uncommon plant. The most important thing is to support the work of the liver and its regeneration in the case of cirrhosis, liver failure and inflammation, as well as in the case of people going through chemotherapy. Borututu also has a beneficial effect on the gallbladder, pancreas and spleen, the effect of lowering cholesterol and normalize blood pressure.
Deep in the jungles of Africa, the bark of the borututu tree (Cochlospermum angolensis) holds many treasures. A tea made from this interesting substance has traditionally been used to manage ailments related to liver function, indigestion, and fatigue. Indeed, borututu bark tea as a broad spectrum tonic is an old world tradition. A natural and powerful broad spectrum cleansing agent, traditional African medicine favors borututu for the management of problems of the liver and gallbladder.
Beneficial Compounds in Borututu Bark
Rich in active ingredients such as quinones, catechins, phenols, and bio-flavonoids, borututu has a wealth of substances shown to benefit the liver and gallbladder. For problems related to the digestive system and gallbladder, hands down, borututu bark is one of nature’s most powerful tonics. This is why borututu bark is one of the ingredients used to create Livatrex®, powerful blend of herbs that support detoxification and normal function of the liver and gallbladder.
Like many phytonutrients, borututu bark is a venerable source for the extremely health promoting power of antioxidants. Antioxidants sniff out and fight free radicals, helping to lessen oxidative stress and damage. By sniping out those varmints, antioxidants aid the body in detoxification. Antioxidant activity can help the body defend itself against the negative outside influences of pollution, stress, and toxic chemicals in our water, air, and environment.
Borututu is thought to positively influence blood fluidity, which may support factors that help to lower cholesterol and normalize arterial tension. Borututu has also been described as promoting healthy hydration. A specially processed synergistic blend of borututu and aloe vera has a place in old medical books as a cooling and detoxifying cleanser for the blood, bowels, and liver. It’s also a nutritional powerhouse, which may benefit the gastrointestinal tract and it has been used in cases involving ulcers.
Most of the favorable dialogue concerning borututu is limited to historical and cultural use, however some research has examined the potential of borututu bark. Studies into potential activity against harmful organisms has been launched. Certainly these observations indicate borututu bark to be a potential soldier in the army of phytonutrients used to battle against illness and health problems.
An infusion of the root Borututu
- improves digestive function of the liver
- It creates favorable conditions for the proper functioning of the gallbladder
- improving the digestive function of the gastrointestinal tract
- preferably modulates the filter kidney and urinary
- due to the antioxidant content improves mood accelerate detoxification processes of the body.
Why should You be interested…?
Well… Borututu, according to reports from the University of Lublin, as per research on preparations from this material, is a herbal supplement that primarily regenerates the liver parenchyma. Not only increases the secretion of liver enzymes, but also regulates the function of the liver at the cellular level. This is what distinguishes it from other herb cholinergic and enzyme preparations. By liver detoxification we achieve better kidney function and the whole body immunization. A detoxified body has generally a increased immunity. Conducted studies on the bark Borututu announce more promising properties of this supplement.
How this is introduced into the body ?
Borututu is generally taken in the form of a tea. Flooded with a tablespoon of bark in a thermos cup of boiling water. Not like other herbs, which use a slightly warmed flood water. Borututu is to be mixed with boiling water and left for 12 hours. Then the extract is drunk. At that time you can set the next portion to use after another 12 hours. The results tend to be extremely good and visible liver improvements are present within a short time. It is recommended that simple liver tests should be performed by everyone at least once a year to determine the liver condition, regardless of age.
Ingredients: borututu tree root (COCHLOSPERMUM ANGOLENSIS), rich in active ingredients quinones, catechins, phenols and bioflavonoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin PP, selenium.
Preparation of infusion: 2.5 g (1 tablespoon) Borututu dried roots pour a glass of boiling water (preferably in a thermos), brew for approx. 45 min.
Use: Drink 1 cup 2 times a day (before breakfast and before going to bed) to obtain positive effects.
In the case of cleansing treatment: 1 cup 2 times a day (before breakfast and before going to bed) for 2 months, twice a year- in autumn and spring.
Storage: Store in a dry place, out of reach of small children, at room temperature.