Ojibwa Herb Tea – A Remedy for Herpes
Ojibwa Indian herb tea is a 280-year old Native American Indian root and herb tea remedy made in the 1700’s by the Ojibwa Indian medicine society. Ojibwa people used it to survive a smallpox genocide started by the early European settlers.
Native Americans have since used the tea formula to cure all types of cancers, Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, liver infections and other liver/gallbladder conditions, tumors, arthritis, gout, asthma and other respiratory ailments, obesity, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), kidney and bladder disorders, sinus congestion, influenza (flu) and chest colds, measles, mumps, chicken pox, smallpox, herpes, diarrhea, constipation, lymphedema (fluid retention) heart disease, allergies, skin disease, autoimmune diseases such as Lupus, AIDS, Lyme disease, addiction to alcohol, drugs, tobacco, etc., clinical depression, and many more.
Original Ojibwa Herb Tea Recipe
120 g Burdock (chopped)
80 g Sheep sorrel (powdered)
20 g Slippery elm (powdered)
5 g Turkey rhubarb
Use 15 g herb mix to 1.5 liters pure spring water
Boiling time: 10 minutes
Basic single daily dose: 30 ml herbal tea diluted in either 30 ml or 60 ml hot water, taken at bedtime or when you get up.
Burdock Root is a mild diuretic. It increases the production of both urine and sweat, potentially making it useful in treating swelling and fever. Burdock Root might play a role in preventing liver damage caused by alcohol, chemicals, or medications. Antioxidants such as Burdock Root may protect body cells from damage caused by oxidation.
Sheep Sorrel is a rich source of oxalic acid, sodium, potassium, iron, manganese, phosphorus, beta carotene, and what is called ‘vitamin C’. This native Ojibwa tea ingredient is a mild diuretic, mild antiseptic, and a mild laxative.
Slippery Elm Bark has been used as a poultice for cuts and bruises, and also for aching joints due to gout or other causes. It also regulates the elimination process of digestion, easing both constipation and diarrhea.
Turkish Rhubarb Root is a detoxifying herb and is well-known for its healing properties. Turkish Rhubarb Root purges the body of bile, parasites, and stagnating food in the gut by stimulating the gall duct to expel toxic waste matter. It has been shown to alleviate chronic liver problems by cleansing the liver. It has also been shown to help heal ulcers, alleviate disorders of the spleen and colon, relieve constipation, and help heal hemorrhoids and bleeding in the upper digestive tract.
Herbs used in later version of Ojibwa Herb Tea
Blessed Thistle is used for digestive problems such as gas, constipation, and upset stomach. This herb is also used to treat liver and gallbladder diseases.
Kelp is a sea vegetable that is a concentrated source of minerals, including iodine, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and iron. Kelp, as a source of iodine, assists in making the thyroid hormones, which are necessary for maintaining normal metabolism in all cells of the body. Kelp is very nutrient-dense.
Red Clover is a source of many valuable nutrients, including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and what is called ‘vitamin C’. Red Clover is also one of the richest sources of isoflavones (water-soluble chemicals that act like estrogens and are found in many plants). Isoflavones prevent the proliferation of cancer cells and they may even destroy cancer cells.
Watercress is High in what is called ‘vitamin C’, Watercress is used as a general tonic, and its bitter taste is thought to regulate the appetite and improve digestion. It can be used to alleviate nervous conditions, constipation, and liver disorders. Watercress is used for cough and bronchitis remedy. It contains a remarkable substance called rhein, which appears to inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the intestines.
Caution: As with other sources of food and remedies that contain soluble fiber, such as slippery elm bark, Ojibwa tea can interfere with the absorption of other medicines within the gut if they are taken at the same time. As such, take prescription medications at an alternate time to consuming this tea.
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