Avocado fruit, whose homeland is Mexico, is consumed fresh. It is often used in dishes and salads. It is grown in regions with a tropical climate, as well as in Mediterranean climate regions.
Avocado, also called crocodile pear, was introduced to Turkey in the early 1970s. It is also known as “American pear” in Turkey.
It is a very nutritious and caloric fruit. 75% of its calories come from the fats it contains. Avocados are rich in potassium, vitamins B, E and K.
What Are the Benefits of Avocado Leaf Tea?
- Thanks to the unsaturated fatty acids it contains, it prevents the rise of cholesterol in the blood.
- It is good for cardiovascular health.
- It helps the body rejuvenate and renew the cells.
- It is good for high blood pressure.
- It has an antioxidant effect and contains a protective enzyme against cancer.
- It beautifies the skin.
- It stops diarrhea due to its constipating effect.
- It helps to shed kidney sand, stones and gallstones.
- It helps to remove cellulite.
- It has muscle relaxant properties.
How to Drink Avocado Leaf Tea?
For a one-person avocado leaf tea, add 1 teaspoon of dried or 3 fresh avocado leaves to 1 cup of boiling water and boil for about 10 more minutes.
Strain while hot after boiling. Let it rest for 20 minutes after straining. After warming up, your avocado leaf tea is ready.
You can drink it two to three hours after dinner or before going to bed. After 5 days of regular use, it is taken for 3 days. It is also recommended to take a break for 20 days after a total of 20 days of use. It is not recommended to add any ingredient to improve the taste.
We recommend consulting a doctor before regular use.
Excessive consumption should be avoided as it causes constipation.