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What is Cerasee Bush good for?

What is Cerasee Bush good for?

Cerasee is also a great detoxifier, known in Jamaica as a ‘wash out’. It also aids in relieving constipation, abdominal pain (including menstrual pain), gastrointestinal problems (like parasitic worms), diarrhea, dysentery, and digestion.

Can Cerasee clean your blood?

Cerasee contains nutrients like iron, vitamins A and C, phosphorus and alkaloids and effectively treats several ailments. With its detoxifying properties, it is very good at purifying the blood and body and reducing blood pressure. It is very good at curing abdominal pain and arthritis.

How often can you drink Cerasee?

How many cups of cerasee can I drink a day? 1-2 cups is enough to reap the benefits.

What tea do Jamaicans drink?

Below are the top five bush teas that nearly every Jamaican has had to ingest.

  • Peppermint. Mint tea is very popular in Jamaica, and is consumed by many as a regular breakfast accompaniment.
  • Fever grass.
  • Cerasee.
  • Sour sop leaf.
  • Dandelion.

What are the side effects of Cerasee?

Potential risks and complications

  • diarrhea, vomiting, and other intestinal issues.
  • vaginal bleeding, contractions, and abortion.
  • dangerous lowering of blood sugar if taken with insulin.
  • liver damage.
  • favism (which can cause anemia) in those with G6PD deficiency.
  • problems due to mixing with other drugs to alter effectiveness.

Is bitter melon the same as Cerasee?

Bitter melon, which is called Cerasee in Jamaica, is used to treat a variety of ailments in Jamaican folk medicine. Bitter melon is a traditional treatment for eczema, menstrual cramps, colds, constipation, fevers and upset stomachs.

Is Cerasee good for high blood pressure?

Description. Ceresee grows as a vine and is used as a tea. It is good for diabetes, worms, high blood pressure, dysentery as well as malaria.

Who should not drink Cerasee?

Other parts of the bitter melon plant, such as the fruit and seeds, may also cause bleeding, contractions, and pregnancy loss in women (19). Therefore, pregnant people and those trying to conceive should not consume cerasee tea or any other bitter melon products.

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