How to help naturally Heal Your Lungs Using This MAGICAL Tea!!Must try!!!

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"Take oregano as tea to naturally heal your lungs"

Oregano was known as a healing plant during ancient times. It has alot of health benefits because of its potent antioxidants, antibacterial, anticancer and anti-inflammatory properties. 

Oregano is also contained with alot of Vitamins like A, C, and E, fiber, calcium, niacin, manganese, folate, magnesium, iron and the carotenoids lutein zeaxanthin and cryptoxathin. 
Its antioxidant power and disease-free cure was already tested and proven. Oregano is one of the highest antioxidant rate. Its fragrant can help the body detoxify and is also helpful to all illness. 

How to use Oregano as medical benefits? 

You can use Oregano in many ways in order to maintain its health benefit. Oregano can be used dry or fresh. 

The most useful and common way to use oregano is as tea. It can be dry or fresh oregano leaves. 1-2 teaspoons or 5-10 grams placed in a hot water for 5 minutes. This should be drink thrice a day. 

Also, oregano oil can be used as a treatment for microbial infections like athletes' foot or other fungal infections. The oil should be thin andnit can be used twice a day. 

Health benefits of Oregano:

• Cough and Cold
• Asthma
• Arthritis
• Digestive Disorder
• Muscle Pain
• Acne
• Dandruff
• Bronchitis
• Toothache
• Bloating
• Headache
• Heart Conditions
• Heartburn
• Allergies
• Intestinal Parasites
• Earache
• Fatigue
• Repelling Insects
• Urinary Tract Infections
• Menstrual Cramps
• Cancer

How to make Oregano tea?


4 to 6 tablespoons of dried oregano leaves
2 to 3 cups of water
A slice of organic lemon to increase bioavailability (Optional)
Organic raw honey to taste (If desired)

Place a drinking water in a pot and boil it and wait for it to be boiled. When boiled, lower the heat and add the oregano leaves for five minutes. Strain the leaves and add honey to have a taste. Drink water all day in order to keep the benefit it provides.


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