The dried leaves can be pulled as tea and are effective in the following conditions:
lowering blood glucose levels in patients with diabetes.
Sopropo tea is recommended for the treatment and prevention of imbalances in blood sugar levels, as is the case with diabetes. The high concentration of antioxidants lowers the blood sugar level, making it ideal for people suffering from type II diabetes.
Sopropo tea is not recommended for pregnant women, as certain components can cause miscarriages.
Drinking sopropo tea for a long time will increase the risk of inflammation of the liver. Even though the tea is not harmful to the liver tissue, it increases the concentration of liver enzymes, which can lead to health problems such as atherosclerosis and hardening of the blood vessels.
Sopropo is a good source of antioxidants such as alpha carotene, beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin. It also contains a lot of vitamin A, which together with the other antioxidants that the vegetable contains protects the body against free radicals, premature aging and other diseases.
Drinking sopropo tea improves the health of the digestive system by stimulating digestion, intestinal peristalsis and the elimination of waste. It works well against constipation and indigestion.
In India it is a popular treatment against infections and skin problems, such as aphtheaction for children
2x per day as a tea.
Do not exceed recommended daily dosage.
Warning: Not suitable for children.
Storage advice: In a cool dry and closed place, out of reach of children.