Antidermatitis tea is a modulator of the intestinal and skin microbiome
Dermatitis heals on its own by removing the dysbiosis of the intestinal and skin microbiome, without ointments or other drugs, without diet
- cultivated medicinal plants=45%
- plants from spontaneous flora = 15%
- fruit tree buds=15%
- fruit tree flowers=15%
Form of presentation:
Dry and ground powder packed in tea bags of 1 gram each. 30 envelopes/pack
– Modulates the intestinal and skin microbiome to remove dysbiosis – Modulates the immune system by increasing natural defense and self-healing reactions. – Regulates cellular metabolism. It stops the hypersecretion of the sebaceous glands. – Acts on fungal infections. – Acts on the internal causes that produce dermatitis
Indicated in: – Seborrheic dermatitis. – Atopic dermatitis. – Contact dermatitis. – Neurodermatitis. -Scalp dermatitis, chronic dermatitis, allergy-like dermatitis. -Dandruff,
Administration: 750 ml of tea that is drunk daily
Duration of treatment: In relation to the evolution of the disease (2-4 months)
Contraindications: There are none.
Adverse reactions: They did not appear after long-term use.
Validity period: 2 years from the date on the prospectus; it is kept in the dark and at a constant temperature
Method of preparation and use:
In a liter of water, put the plants from a sachet. Add a lemon (100-150gr) with the whole peel after you have washed it well, cut it into slices. Boil until 750ml remain (boiling time is 15-20 minutes after boiling). After it has cooled, remove the lemon and sweeten to taste with sugar or honey (preferably honey). If sugar is used for sweetening, it will be put in the water together with the herbs and lemon, so that it also goes through the boiling process. The entire quantity of 750 ml will be drunk during the day in several portions (a little at a time). Also on the same day, the boiled lemon will be eaten, with the whole peel, sweetened according to preference.
Other specifications: It can be used in parallel with the allopathic medication established by the attending physician.