Chicory is a perennial plant that is found throughout the world and especially to areas with mild and temperate climate. It became popular in antiquity with the therapeutic effect. The Egyptians used it to treat liver problems and gall bladder. They consumed chicory in large quantities because they knew that it purifies the blood and removes toxins from the liver.
Chicory contains inulin, fructose, intibin (imparts the characteristic bitter taste of the drink).
The list of nutrients is long: vitamins (B1, B2, PP, C), choline, protein, pectin, tannins, organic acids, carotenes, minerals and trace elements (Na, Ca, Mg, K, Fe, P).
Stimulates the nervous system.
Enhances mental capacity and increases concentration.
Recommended in a constant state of fatigue (asthenia).
Increases appetite and facilitates the activity of the digestive system.
Enhances cardiac function by increasing the amplitude of cardiac contractions.
Inulin is beneficial to gastrointestinal activity, assist bifidobacterial activity and inhibit growth of the bacteria Salmonella and Escherichia coli and plays an important role in regulating the content of cholesterol in the blood.
It helps to better absorption of calcium and other minerals.
It is used as choleretic remedy for jaundice, gallstones, indigestion, atonic constipation, chronic kidney infections and kidney stones.
acne, anemia, anorexia, arthritis, liver congestion, depression, headache, hepatitis, jaundice, biliary insufficiency, rheumatism.
Health benefits of cinnamon:
Cinnamon is a regulator of blood sugar levels. In combination with copper, it activates the pancreas, increases insulin production and absorption of glucose by cells. Chemical ingredients and essential oils contained in it, give cinnamon antimicrobial and antifungal properties.
It acts favorably on the work of the entire digestive system, and in particular the work of the stomach, promotes the secretion of gastric juices and wakes up the appetite. In medical practice it is used as antiseptic.
Cinnamon contains fiber and calcium, which are output from the colon of biliary salts and thus protect it from cancer.
Used as a substitute for coffee. It does not contain caffeine.
Preparation: 1-2 teaspoons dissolved in 150 ml of water. According to taste flavored with sugar, milk, cream.
Packing: 100 g