Tea is made from fruits, stems and leaves of blueberry, which are rich in: organic acids, vitamin B complex, vitamin C, copper, iron, potassium, manganese, sodium, chromium, saponins, tannins, carotene, pectin and so on. Tea should be drunk because it is good for the following: treats diseases of the digestive tract; lowers blood sugar; relieves stomach cramps; remove flatulence and gas in the stomach; helps treat hemorrhoids; regulates irregular bowel movements; stops diarrhea; promotes urination; prevents the formation of uric acid; dissolves stones and sand from the kidneys; strengthens the immune system; improves appetite; helps suppress nausea and vomiting; cures cough; protects tissues from the harmful effects of free RADICALS; slows aging; protects the retina; strengthens blood count; protects the body from viruses and infections; prevents dehydration; cures ulcers. Besides internal use, tea is also used externally. It can be used to rinse the mouth, to care for dry and sensitive skin, to make poultices, etc. When rubbed regularly into the scalp, it promotes hair growth.
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