Lucia's Herbal Remedies Chaya / Spinach Tree 1 oz
Highly nutritive plant packed with proteins, vitamins, minerals and amino acids and assist in increasing energy levels. Reduces symptoms caused by diabetes, cholesterol disorders, and high blood pressure.
Suggested Use: Drink 4 coups a day. Boil 3 level teaspoon of herbs in 1 quart of water and simmer for 5 minutes. Strain and enjoy. May be flavored with lemon and honey.
If you are pregnant or nursing, consult a health care professional before using this product. Store in a cool and dry place, out of reach of children. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
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Overall Rating for Lucia's Herbal Remedies Chaya / Spinach Tree
|(based on 2 reviews)| Tree Spinach ,Cnidoscolus aconitifolius: raw chaya leaves are toxic as they contain a glucoside that can release toxic cyanide.Cooking for 20-30 minutes will make the leaves safe to eat. and it is good for what it is listed for. Chenopodium giganteum also called tree spinach does not list cyanida . Just make sure you cook it longer than just 5mins. (Source Wikipedia) and a few herb books.Also just because this should be cooked longer ,Some herbs can not be cooked at a high heat or they will not work.. Make sure of what you take and how to take it.
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By Erik from USA on May 13, 2012
Pros:Herbs used safety are better than Rx drugs.There are 300,000- 500,000 plants in the world and we only have studied under 5000 of them!! what a gift God has given us!! Have been a herbalist and homeopath for over 25 years
Cons: I am not against taking this. Only wondering if this is ,Cnidoscolus aconitifolius or Chenopodium giganteum? and please change the cooking or steeping time if this is Cnidoscolus aconitifolius . Thank you for a GREAT WEB SITE TOO!!!
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Excellent for diabÃ©tics, highly recomended.
Review for Lucia's Herbal Remedies Chaya / Spinach Tree
By Daniel on October 1, 2011