you are what you drink
MURSAL TEA IS A DRINK OF HEALTH AND BEAUTY
The plant from Mursalitsa, also called Mountain tea, Pirin or Trigrad tea, is considered one of the wonders of the Rhodope Mountains. Legends tell that God Dionysus himself has chosen the place where the herb would grow.
a beginner's guide
How to prepare MURSAL TEA
Warm up some water and right before it starts boiling retract it from the fire.
Add the mountain tea, leave it in for 3-5 minutes and then strain it — a couple of tea branches are enough for one regular cup.
You can enjoy it hot, during cold winter days, or you can put it in the fridge and give your body a healthy refreshment boost on a warm summer day.
As a drink, it is delicious and very aromatic even plain. Alternatively, you can add: A slice of lemon or some lemon drops, some honey or sugar, a cinnamon stick
The GOOD Stuff
The uniqueness of the Mursal tea comes from its documented chemical content, containing over 22 elements. The main ingredients contained in the Mursal tea are: iron, copper, cobalt, selenium and trace elements calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium and others. Contains flavonoids.
Useful properties of the Mursal tea (mountain tea):
- Strong antioxidant action;
- Has an energizing, immune boosting and anti-anemic action;
- Boosts the heart and the reproductive systems;
- Reduces blood pressure and therefore reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke;
- Prevents the development of cancer cells, prevents the development of atherosclerosis;
- Improves digestion;
- Increases renal activity and increases diuresis
- It is recommended by doctors for the treatment of the respiratory system – coughs, bronchitis and the urinary system. Particularly good influence on urinary tract and prostate, liver and kidney disease.