Commonly known as the cat’s whiskers– because it looks like one – or Indian kidney tea, the Java Tea is a native of Asia – Indonesia, Indo-China region, Java and Sumatra.
The herb contains rosmarinicn acid (a caffeic acid derivative), sinensetin and lipophilic flavonoids as well as orthosiphol and orthosiphon which makes remarkably effective for treating all bacterial infections and inflammatory conditions of the urinary tract. It is also approved by the German Commission E as a treatment for renal gravel and the flushing of the urinary tract, especially in conditions where bacterial infection is present.
The Java Tea is also renowned as a remedy for kidney conditions. It will increase urine output and help flushing the urinary system; there could be some mild side effects, but nothing to worry about. It is used to enhance the function of the kidney, reverse kidney disease and prevent kidney problems.
When treatment with Java Tea is administered, it is important that you take plenty of fluids.
This medicinal herb is contraindicated in people who have oedema that is caused by either kidney problems or heart conditions. If adverse symptoms are observed such as fever, blood in urine, urinary retention or seizures medical assistance may be sought immediately.
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