- Naturandes - Emollient Leaves Herbs , Bag x 150 GR : The consumption of this drink ( Peruvian Emollient ) in Peru is a habit that dates back to colonial times. In cities like Lima can see peddlers emollient or 'emolienteros' very often, especially early in the morning and evening and especially during the winter, as the emollient is preferred hot drink, but you can also take ice cold in the summer. The emollient Naturandes collects wisdom and gives us a presentation that respects the herbs, allowing them to express the best of its essence.
- The emollient is a refreshing drink known for its medicinal properties.
- The traditional emollient is a highly diuretic drink that is said to , can help cure urinary disorders. Some think that helps neutralize the acidity produced in the kidneys by consume red meat, which could prevent the onset of kidney stones that are formed by excessive acidity.
- The roasted barley has diuretic properties, as it stimulates the elimination of retained fluid in the tissues.
- Horsetail is an herb with cleansing and detoxifying properties. It is also believed that the silicon content in it helps to fix calcium in the bones.
- Flaxseed ( Linseed) contains a viscous substance, pectin, which facilitates the passage of food through the digestive tract, it stimulates intestinal peristalsis, ie, the rhythmic movement of the intestines that help the food to move through them.
- Lemon juice also contains a lot of vitamin C, but it decomposes at high temperatures. So, if we take the hot emollient, as is usual in winter, we will be removing almost all the vitamin C, although the acidity necessary for the absorption of iron from the alfalfa will remain. If we take it cold or frozen, as can be done in the summer, they will be a good source of vitamin C .
- Emollient is said further that stimulates combat constipation and gastric work, helping to regulate its operation. It is also said to help keep skin fresher because it helps to eliminate toxins through the pores and urine. But perhaps best of all, it's comforting, both winter and summer, as well as economic and tasty.