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– nettle leaf (Urticae folium)
– basil plant (Basilicae herba)
– birch leaf (Betulae folium)
– horsetail plant (Equiseti herba)
– goldenrod plant (Solidaginis herba)
– corn cobs (Maydis stigmata)

Volume: 50 g


Product description:

UroSIT tea is recommended for urological problems, such as mild inflammation of the urinary tract, kidneys, and bladder.

The tea contains nettle, which has a diuretic effect and also promotes good blood circulation. Monk Asič recommended the basilica to patients with urinary tract infections. Birch affects the functioning of the liver and has a beneficial effect on the detoxification process. Horsetail improves liver function. Goldenrod is used in folk medicine for inflammation of the kidneys. Asič writes about corn hairs that they successfully treat bladder and kidney diseases.

Tea preparation:

Pour two teaspoons of the tea mixture with 3 deciliters of boiling water. Leave covered for 10 minutes and then strain. Several times a day, we drink freshly prepared tea, which can be enriched with a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar if desired.

Drinking tea and using monk Ašič’s products are not substitutes for treatment with prescribed drugs!

More information:

For additional information, call the monastery company Sitik d.o.o., Stična 17, phone: +386 (0)1 7877 065, from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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