One of man’s greatest problems is dealing with bad prostate, which gets worse as we (men) age. Almost 50% of men aged 45 and up have already had certain issues with their prostates.
The prostate is a nut-sized organ that partially closes down the urinary tract. Its function is to produce a secret which carries the sperm. The most common problems men have with prostate include enlargements, inflammations and even cancer. Medicine does have an answer for people with such issues, but it’s never good enough. Some of the difficulties men experience are erectile disfunctions, the inability to urinate, going to the bathroom in the middle of the night and so on.
Rosebay willow-herb is nature’s top cure for almost all prostate problems. It is noted for its ability to reduce inflammation largely as a result of its flavonoids and tannins. It is often prescribed to relieve the symptoms of benign prostate enlargement, although it is essential to have a thorough medical examination before using the plant for this purpose, to ensure that the swelling really is benign. There is also some debate over choosing which variety of the plant is best to prescribe for this condition. While E. angustifolium is known to contain highly active inflammation-reducing tannins, those in E. parviflorum appear to be especially successful intreating an enlarged prostate gland.
There are many species of this plant that can be used for preparing tea for curing prostate:
Epilobium roseum (pale willowherb), Epilobium parviflorum (small-flowered willowherb), Epilobium montanum (broad-leaved willowherb), Epilobium obscurum (dwarf willowherb), Epilobium collinum (C.C.Gmelin), Epilobium anagallidifolium (alpine willowherb)
- 1 tablespoon dried or fresh Rosebay
- 2dl boiling water
Preparation and Consumption
Put the Rosebay herb into the tea cup and add the boiling water into it. Wait 5-10 minutes, and after that use tea strainer to separate the tea from the herb.
The best way to use this amazing plant is to make tea out of it and drink it twice a day, once in the morning before the breakfast and in the evening before sleeping. The good thing is that results can be noted within 15 days. Rosebay tea doesn’t taste bad at all and it has no side-effects, making it a number one recommendation from us!
Other benefits of Rosebay
The plant’s soothing powers have also been employed to treat irritable bowel syndrome, diarrhoea, sore throats, mouth ulcers and skin irritations such as eczema. The leaves are known to improve urinary flow and are beneficial in the treatment of cystitis and an irritable bladder.