Where Can I Buy Fig Leaf Tea???

Fig Leaves and Mulberry leaves now available - 100% organic and natural:  http://www.my-fig-leaves.com/store/c1/Featured_Products.html

Prices begin at $20 for 140 grams and go up to $99 for 2.4 kilos.  

MY leaves are organic and hand processed.  No machine ever touches these leaves that are picked by hand and dried indoors in front of a sunny window.  Then we hand crush the leaves.


Fig leaves are a great source for a natural treatment for diabetes.  Fig leaves in the past were used only to cook with, but now researchers have shown many benefits of this very simple herbal tea.  The figs itself have many benefits which include:

- Figs are rich in potassium and fiber, helping to stabilize the blood pressure of the body. The figs contain anti-diabetic and anti-tumor properties. They have calcium, potassium, and soluble fiber, which aids in the reduction of cholesterol.

- Figs promote good sleeping habits and protect the person against insomnia. They increase your energy, promote stronger bones, and are helpful in treating constipation, due to their laxative effect. If the leaves are mashed, they can be used as a skin cleanser for acne and pimples.

- Figs lessen the acids in the stomach and therefore are great for pregnant women. Figs also increase sexual desire and promote overall longevity and good health.,

While the leaves are used mainly to treat diabetes they are also used to treat shingles, bronchitis, genital warts, liver cirrhosis, high blood pressure, ulcers and skin problems.  Drinking a simple cup of tea may be just what the doctor ordered.

In 2009 studies were performed showing that fig leaf tea would help eliminate diabetes and yet there are very few places where the fig leaves are available. The best source for the fig leaves is My Herbal Products. The owner has organic leaves that she dries and sells by the gram (100 - 400)
The remedies vary on how much tea you should drink or need, but the basic recipe calls for 2 teaspoons per cup.  Maria suggests 2 tablespoons per liter of water.  I believe that both recipes are very good.  The idea is to get the best quality leaves possible.  Some have resorted to growing their own trees in their back yards.

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