The sucupira tea is made from the Sucupira-white plant, scientific namePterodon emarginatus, and is often used to help treat orthopedic problems such as arthritis, osteoarthritis, herniated discs or bone spurs.
The sucupira can be purchased in the form of seeds for making tea or capsules that must be ingested to 2 times per day or according to the doctor's indication.Learn more at:Sucupira capsule.
How do sucupira Tea
To make tea sucupira must use an old pot, since sucupira makes difficult to remove stains.
3 liters of water
Breaking sucupira seeds with the help of a kitchen hammer, so as to leave the resin on display.Then put the broken seeds in a pan with water and let the boil.Turn off the heat after boiling, cover the pan and let stand until cool.
What is the sucupira Tea
The sucupira tea serves to assist in the treatment of diabetes, schistosomiasis, arthritis, osteoarthritis, disc herniation, joint pain, cold and flu because of their analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic and anti-rheumatic.
However, sucupira tea should only be used to supplement treatment prescribed by the doctor and should not replace any doctor's advice.
Side effects of sucupira Tea
They are described side effects of sucupira tea, when consumed within the daily recommendations, and so it is important to consult a general practitioner before consuming the plant.