Health Benefits - Research and Studies
Chinese have used this herbal treatment for centuries to remove excessive heat and toxins from the body. Morus alba, an ingredient in the tea is considered a blood tonic, meaning that they help cleanse the blood and enhance its function strengthening the overall circulatory system. The tea may help remove toxins from your body, which has been shown to help eliminate acne, pimples, melasma and blemishes from inside out, and keep skin clear, tender and beautiful. Unlike any traditional acne and melasma assistance that simply focus on the skin levels, LaClaire tea works on balancing the internal heat, toxins and Coenzyme-A generated by the body; and it won't cause over dryness or even rash of skin.
|Acne and Pimples are one of the most common skin conditions, affecting over 90% of teenagers and up to 25% of all adults. For many people, acne is a serious problem. It is painful, distressing and embarrassing. Most people trying to control skin oil and deal with them with different skin care products; however, what they have been trying to treat is only the symptom of the problem, rather than the source that is hidden inside their body. In Chinese medicine, these sources are called excessive “huo” and “du” inside the blood which are rooted from stress, harsh environment, internal secretion disorder and irregular and unhealthy diet. They cause internal unhealthiness and to outside, the bad and oily skin with, sometimes severe, acne. The internal management of acne has been increasingly important on acne treatment, compared with the traditional treatment from outside on the skin. A combination plan that focuses on internal factors is in fact more important than just simple external care to leads to an unprecedented success.|
According to the ‘Healthline’ website, ingredients in LaClaire tea have also been shown to assist with skin rashes, such as poison oak, cuts and abrasions on the skin. These ingredients are the preferred part of the plant to use in the assistance of skin care. Because the tea is rich in iron, it has been in use to assist with anemia and help promote a radiant glow.
LaClaire tea has antibiotic properties, and ‘Healthline’ advises advises that its ingredients have been be used to help relieve infections caused by streptococcal bacteria. The ingredients in LaClaire tea have been traditionally used in Chinese medicine to assist with inflammation and skin infections. They may help relieve other types of inflammations and infections, as well. Since this tea contains lonicerin, saponin and inositol. These nutrients have been found to possess antibacterial and anti-viral effects.
|The tea has been shown to be effective in assistance with sores and swellings caused in the eyes, throat and breast. It contains nutrients that may assist with subduing the bacteria that cause salmonella, strep and tuberculosis infections.|
The tea has been shown to be an expectorant. Julia Lawless, in "The Aromatherapy Garden", writes that the infusion has been drunk as a tea to help relieve coughs and colds. It has also been used to assist upper respiratory tract infections and asthma. This tea will help in clearing and soothing down respiratory passage. It also acts assisting fever and provides relief. Health Line advises it has been used to assist with the relief of a summer cold.
|In Turkey, Morus alba, the ingredient in the tea is used as an assistance for colds and flu. Their effectiveness in this way may be due to their high vitamin C content.|
May Assist with Hearing and Vision - In China, the ingredients in LaClaire tea are believed to help strengthen one’s hearing and vision.
Premature Grey Hair Remedy - In several countries, Morus alba, an ingredient in LaClaire tea is considered an effective remedy for prematurely grey hair.
The ingredients in LaClaire tea has also been shown containing calming properties. They are good for helping reduce excessive 'heat' and removing toxins from your body. If a person suffers from excessive heat, he will feel restless and be easily irritated.
LaClaire tea has been shown to help to flush fluids and toxins out of the body. It also has been shown to assist in blocking the absorption of sugars which may contribute to healthy weight management.
|A research group in Japan has found that LaClaire tea ingredient Morus alba contains compounds that inhibit these intestinal enzymes. In experiments with normal rats, they found that certain nitrogen-containing sugars, notably one called 1-deoxynojirimycin, strongly inhibited the intestinal metabolism of disaccharides (especially sucrose), thereby restricting the amounts of monosaccharides that entered the circulation. They also found that pretreating the rats with the tea extract before feeding them carbohydrates significantly suppressed the normal postprandial (after-meal) rise in blood glucose levels.|
Ingredients in LaClaire tea have been used traditionally in China to help relieve bloating sensations in the abdomen area after meals and it has been shown to help smooth out bowel movements. The tea may has been a natural and safe solution to assist with indigestion, food retention and qi (body's internal energy floating) stagnation, abdominal distension and constipated.
The properties in this tea can protect the liver and reduce cholesterol. In Chinese medicine, an ingredient in LaClaire tea is known as a cooling remedy that has been shown to assist with the liver and lung meridians. It functions by removing lung heat symptoms such as fever, sore throat and cough, and it clears 'huo' in the liver, which means it may help removes symptoms such as dry, painful and watery eyes, according to “Acupuncture Today”.
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Anecdote: Modern use of the Ancient Formula
In traditional Chinese medicine, LaClaire tea formula has been used medicinally for thousands of years. The first known reference to the herbal as medicinal plants is in the Tan Ben Cao that was written in A.D. 659. The Chinese Pharmacopoeia (1985) lists the leaves, root bark, branches, and fruit as ingredients in medicinal preparations, but other parts, including the sap and wood ash, are also widely used.
The great Roman lyrical poet Horace (his real name was Quintus Horatius Flaccus, and he lived from 65 to 8 B.C.) may have been onto something. The folk medicine of his time encompassed countless herbal remedies - in fact, botany and medicine were pretty much one and the same in those days, and remained so for about another 16 centuries - and a great variety of therapeutic benefits were ascribed to them. Some of the claims were specific, whereas others, such as Horace’s couplet about mulberries, an ingredient in LaClaire tea, were vague, leaving us to wonder just what it was that the ancients saw in these plants.
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