"Great for Ulcers, GI Challenges, Full of Antioxidants, Lowers Cholesterol"
Plum flowers have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for healing for thousands of years and they have "No Side Effects". They work well for treating gastric ulcers, GI problems in general, they are a powerful antioxidant that prevents disease, lowers cholesterol, lowers fevers, boost up our immune system, works wonders for colds, prevents cardiovascular disease and more. Plum Flowers have been used safely and effectively for a very long time.
Where they Grow - Plum Trees grow in moderate climates.
Other Names - Plum Trees or the Prunus family of trees grow in Asia, the US, Europe, and All over the World.
Great for Treating Gastric Ulcers - Plum Flowers are very good at healing and treating gastric ulcers because of all the antioxidants that heal irritations.
Lowers Cholesterol - Plum Flower Tea works wonders for lowering bad cholesterol or LDL cholesterol and thus preventing cardiovascular disease, strokes, and even cancer.
Full of Antioxidants - Plum Flower Tea contains lots of powerful antioxidants that help to prevent disease, get rid of free radicals, and heal and prevent DNA damage.
Prevents Arteriosclerosis - Plum Flower Tea prevents hardening of the arteries and helps to prevent heart attacks.
Boosts Our Immune System - Because of all the powerful antioxidants in Plum Flower Tea it also boosts up our immune system and prevents disease.
Soothes Away Gas - Have Gas? Then drink some Plum Flower Tea and it will disappear in minutes.
Reduces Fevers - Plum Flower Tea lowers fevers.
Helps with a Cold, Flu, and Asthma - Plum Flower Tea also helps with the challenges of typical colds and viral infections because of the number of powerful antioxidants. And also helps to open up the lungs so you can breathe easy.
Good Detoxing Agent - Plum Flower Tea also helps to detox the body of harmful pathogens and toxins.
Antibacterial and Antiviral - Plum Flower Tea also helps to get rid of invading pathogens such as bacterial and viral infections.
Great for Indigestion - Plum Flower Tea has been used for thousands of years for those who suffer from stomach problems and indigestion.
Cramps and Spasms - Do you have GI cramps and spasms? Then drink 1 or 2 cups of Plum Flower tea and soon your cramps will disappear.
Clears Phlegm - Plum Flower Tea also clears away phlegm especially thick yellow phlegm. And also helps with congestion in general.
Heals Diarrhea - Plum Flower Tea also helps to soothe away diarrhea.
Great for Sinus Inflammation - Plum flower tea also works well for those who suffer from constant sinus inflammation because of all the soothing antioxidants.
Collecting Plum Flowers for Tea - Make sure collect flowers from organic plum trees. Place them in a dry area with good ventilation to dry and then place them in a glass jar that is covered with foil to prevent light exposure and in a cool dry place. They will keep for a very long time.
Forms - The most common is Plum Flower Tea, but Plum Flowers can also be found in powders, tea pills, and capsules.
Making Plum Flower Tea - Take one teaspoon of dried Plum Flowers and add one cup of boiling water and let steep for 15 minutes and then add honey or stevia, let cool and drink.
Dose - Drink Plum Flower Tea as needed and up to 5 times a day.
Finding - You can also find Dried Plum Flowers on amazon.com and eBay.com and other places online.
Try some Plum Flower Tea and Feel Great!
Dr. Paul Haider - Master Herbalist
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