The tea was made of the highest quality, carefully selected organic herbs, which for many centuries were the favorite drink of the Slavs with a similar composition. Willowberry helps to maintain mental and physical well-being, thyme improves digestion, and rose fruit supports the body's immunity.
By natural medicine, Fireweed (Chamaenerion angustifolium) is classified as a plant with a strong diuretic effect. It stimulates the functioning of the kidneys and stimulates the secretion of urine, and at the same time facilitates its excretion, e.g. in ailments related to prostate enlargement. At the same time, Fireweed is considered an antiseptic, bactericidal and virucidal herb, generally disinfecting the entire urinary system and preventing the development of infections and inflammations within the bladder, ureters and kidneys. Conducted scientific research confirmed the beneficial effects of eating willow soup in the case of diseases of the bile ducts and liver, in particular in terms of enhancing the action of lipotropic and spasmolytic drugs. In addition, Fireweed herb is considered a raw material of estrogen and improves the appearance and condition of the skin in people suffering from acne.
In China, willowwort is very popular, it is used to treat injuries, mild inflammations, and it is also used in menstrual disorders. In turn, in Europe, preparations or extracts with Fireweed are popular in the treatment of prostate diseases.
Fireweed extracts are used topically as a cleansing, soothing, antiseptic, and healing agent to treat minor burns, skin rashes, ulcers, and infections, and to treat ear, nose, and throat inflammation.
Fireweed is a rich source of phytosterols, flavonoids and tannins with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-swelling and blood vessel-strengthening properties. Its composition also includes tannins, quercetin, myricetin and kaempferol, acids: arachidonic, oily, oleic, chlorogenic, linolenic, linoleic and others. The main biologically active substances present in the willowwort herb include β-sitosterol and its glycoside β-sitosteroline.
Most often, willow soup is served in the form of infusions or teas. Studies have confirmed that willowwort preparations have proven themselves in the treatment of migraine headaches, insomnia, anemia and colds.