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The curative Benefits of Solomon's Seal Tea

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The wildcrafted root of the herb Solomon's Seal (polygonatum biflorum or multiflorum) is widely known and used in tincture form (internally) or as a salve (externally). However, when ready as a tea (i.e. Herbal infusion) the root has unique healing benefits, as compared to tincture or salve.

The facts available on the Internet about using Solomon's Seal as a tea is not entirely accurate, especially suggested dosage amounts. The purpose of this description is to illustrate the possible healing benefits of Solomon's Seal tea for distinct condition issues, along with its allowable establishment and dosage.

A tea makes the best use of the plant's perfect demulcent qualities (also referred to as mucilaginous or muco-protective). Mucilage is a polysaccharide substance obtained from the roots or seeds of a plant. A mucilaginous or demulcent herb is viscous and gelatinous, and thus protective and soothing to the mucus membranes and other angry or inflamed internal tissues of the body.

Infections After Surgery:The curative Benefits of Solomon's Seal Tea

Health Benefits Of Solomon'S Seal Tea


One of the foremost properties of Solomon's Seal is that of an expectorant. If one has a stubborn dry cough with sticky mucus that is difficult to expel, for example, the herb may help to loosen that mucus in the lungs, lessening congestion. While it is particularly effective for a dry cough, the tea can be used to treat any type of cough, respiratory infection, or lung congestion. And remember, because it is also a demulcent, it coats the throat and helps comfort the irritation causing a cough. Historically, the tea has even been used to treat such conditions as tuberculosis, pulmonary consumption, and bleeding of the lungs, but these types of uses must necessarily be discussed with your doctor or condition practitioner.


Solomon's Seal is an perfect anti-inflammatory. It contains allantoin, which is foremost in the reduction of inflammation, such as that caused by arthritis. The tea can be beneficial in lessening the severity of gastrointestinal conditions, along with ulceration, indigestion, heartburn, angry or inflamed digestive tract, and diarrhea, all of which can be caused in part by inflammation.

Women's Issues

Solomon's Seal is also an perfect remedy for women's issues. Regular use of the tea (or tincture) can help to ensure abundant reproductive secretions, heal inflamed vaginal tissue, and ease vaginal dryness (especially coarse for post-menopausal women). It is also nourishing and construction for women who wish to conceive, for new mothers, for women who feel overworked and stressed, and for women experiencing menstrual cramps or going straight through menopause or post-menopause.

Cardiovascular Regulation

Solomon's Seal is known to have a mild regulating effect on the heart muscle because it contains small, safe amounts of the substance convallarin, a cardio glycoside. In this sense, it is a heart tonic. The National organize of condition is currently researching its effectiveness in lowering high blood pressure. If you are pregnant, have low blood pressure, or are on heart medication, it is not recommended that you use Solomon's Seal without consulting your doctor.

Mild Diuretic & Detoxifier

There is no ask that Solomon's Seal Tea makes you pee more, though not excessively so. It promotes the formation of urine by the kidney and may aid in flushing the body of toxins and excess water, and breaking down fat. If you drink the tea in the evening, you may wish to drink it early adequate that you're not waking up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom.

Dosage For The Tea

The allowable number of loose Solomon's Seal tea to use per 6-10 oz of water is 1/2 tsp.

Caution: Most Internet websites propose 1 tsp per cup. This Is Not Correct - it may give you a ill or diminutive upset stomach. Trust us, we have wholly tested varied dosage amounts and our advice is the safest and most accurate.

This dosage is safe to take for 2 to 6 months or longer, as needed.

In the event that you find, as others have, that you are too busy to drink more than one cup a day but would like to growth your tea intake, here is a suggestion. When you are experiencing a serious condition, for example deep chest congestion or a chronic cough, taking the tea two or even three times a day would by all means; of course be indicated. You can brew three or four cups at a time, put it in bottle and sip it throughout the day. That way you may make faster improvement. It's no harder to brew three cups than to brew one cup. Re-warm as needed, but do not bring to a boil.

Hot Infusion

Solomon's Seal has a mild, slightly sweet, nutty taste, so you will probably find it quite easy to drink. To make what is called a hot infusion, place 1/2 teaspoon of chopped root in an empty cup. After you boil your tea water, wait a diminutive before pouring it into your cup. Cover and steep for 7-10 minutes or longer. You don't need a tea ball or strainer because the root naturally sinks to the bottom and swells up. You can drink two or three cups a day, as needed, but you may find that one cup per day is enough. Never drink more than three cups in a day.

Cold Infusion

You will get even more benefit from the tea if you make a cold infusion. More of the soothing, demulcent (mucilaginous) qualities are drawn out of the herb when it soaks overnight. You can make a quart at a time, if you like. To make one quart, place 2 tsp of Solomon's Seal Root in a clean quart jar (1/2 tsp per cup). Fill with water and allow to sit overnight at room temperature. It will be ready to drink the next morning. Re-warm as needed, but do not bring to a boil. Store in the refrigerator to keep fresh. Don't make more tea than you can drink in a day or two.

Case Study

Bill was a moderate smoker for many years, and as a effect he had a chronic hacking cough. When he finally quit smoking, he began drinking Solomon's Seal Tea to soothe his throat and lungs. He started coughing up green and then black mucus. This worried him, but at the same time, his cough was more "productive", and he wanted to expel as much of the toxins as possible from his lungs. There was a vital decrease in coughing in the first week, then the cough continued to subside over the next few weeks. He continues drinking the tea once a day (and lots of water) in an effort to undo some of the long-term damage.

Final Thoughts

Although Solomon's Seal Tea has many perfect healing properties, we are not trying to offer you a magic bullet. It works perfectly for some and less well or not at all for others. Time and maybe manifold approaches may be required to heal chronic conditions that have been developing over a number of years. Acute conditions, on the other hand, (such as pneumonia, broken bones, or any serious injury) often want immediate healing intervention. After the initial intervention, however, Solomon's Seal can be a withhold in the healing process, such as recovering from surgery or maintaining a chiropractic adjustment.

Each someone is dissimilar and will have their own unique response to Solomon's Seal. You may perceive some level of immediate relief or it may take time to notice any beneficial effects. Please be sick person and keep track of your daily dosage, changing symptoms, and any improvements, even if gradual. When unpleasant symptoms subside, it's easy to forget that we ever had them. Writing things down can make the healing process a good studying experience.

Solomon's Seal tea has been approximately unavailable on the market store until now. With our newly released Cortesia Solomon's Seal Herbal Tea, we hope to remedy this situation. Our tea is only made from organic and/or wildcrafted North American Solomon's Seal root. We use no fillers to bulk-up the tea. Up to this time, the original supplier of Solomon's Seal tea has been from South Korea, whose tea is only 82% Solomon's Seal and 18% brown rice filler.

Infections After Surgery:The curative Benefits of Solomon's Seal Tea