Ballerina tea is an infusion made with several natural compounds, which are usually senna leaves and Chinese mallow. This infusion is a completely industrial production and is also known as 3 ballerina tea .
The ballerina infusion has a set of benefits, which correspond to weight care, because it serves to reduce the fats found in the body, as it acts as a cleanser. Likewise, it also eliminates toxins and helps reduce fluid retention.
Benefits of ballerina tea
Although ballerina tea is mainly used to control fat levels in the body, this infusion has other benefits, which are associated with its consumption, among these are:
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Ballerina tea is an infusion that detoxifies the body, this is because its components induce the body to expel excess fat through urine. Another of its qualities is that it reduces fluid retention.
Has no caffeine
Among the benefits contained in this infusion, it should be noted that it is caffeine free, therefore, its regular consumption does not generate addiction, tremors, nervousness and / or anxiety. Symptoms that are recurrent in drinks and products used to lose weight, due to the fact that they have high doses of caffeine.
It has diuretic qualities
The consumption of ballerina tea provides the body with a diuretic effect, since it stimulates the production and secretion of urine, through which toxins that are harmful to the body are eliminated.
Contains laxative effects
Another attribute contained in this tea is its laxative effect, which is produced by the dried herbs of senna, which can be consumed for short periods of time. In case of exceeding the maximum consumption there is a risk of developing negative effects on the body.
However, the properties of the herbs contained in the infusion fight constipation-related disorders in an effective way, and in the short term.
Helps treat gastrointestinal diseases
The ballerina infusion has anti-inflammatory properties, they help prevent gastrointestinal pain, as well as to treat the symptoms of gastritis; This is because the consumption of this tea stimulates the correct production of stomach acids, thus favoring the processes exerted by the digestive system.
Properties of ballerina tea
The properties of this tea are obtained from the active components of senna and Chinese mallow leaves, these leaves have a wide variety of properties, among which are:
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How is ballerina tea prepared?
The method of making ballerina tea does not differ from the method of preparing most infusions, to prepare said infusion it is necessary to have the following ingredients:
- 2 cups of water.
- 1 sachet, or a tablespoon of soluble ballerina tea extract.
- 1 tablespoon of honey, brown sugar, or other sweetener, (optional).
- The water is placed in a container and it is kept over the fire until it boils, at that point the fire is extinguished.
- The tea envelope is placed in the container.
- The infusion is allowed to rest for 10 (ten) minutes.
- Remove the sachets, or remnants of the tea extract.
- Add honey, sugar, or the respective sweetener.
- Serve and proceed to consume.
It is important to clarify that the tea envelopes should not be added when the water is boiling, because the temperature could eliminate certain components of the infusion, among these are antioxidants.
How should ballerina tea be drunk?
Ballerina tea can be taken at any time, although it is necessary to bear in mind that if it is ingested, it is recommended that it be in the morning; for its laxative effect. However, this factor can vary depending on the tolerance of the individual.
Likewise, it is advisable not to exceed the dose, which consists of 2 cups a day, since despite being a natural alternative, the limits must be respected, in order to avoid adverse effects. To start ingesting this infusion, it is recommended to prepare small amounts of tea, in such a way that the body gradually adapts to its components. After the effects that it causes in the body are known, it will be possible to increase the frequency of intake, for short periods of time.
Contraindications to ballerina tea
The use of ballerina tea is contraindicated in certain cases, among which are the following:
- Pregnant women: the consumption of this infusion is not recommended in women who are pregnant, because it could cause damage to the development of the fetus.
- Lactating women: the intake of ballerina tea should not be allowed during lactation, because the infant could be affected, or be intolerant to its components.
- Children under 12 (twelve) years and the elderly: it is known that poisoning cases are higher in infants and the elderly, therefore, it is not recommended to give the infusion to people with such characteristics.
- People with intestinal diseases: tolerance to certain nutrients and / or foods decreases considerably in case of intestinal diseases, therefore, it is not recommended to ingest the infusion in these cases.
- People with atony, or anemia: the lack of energy caused by such diseases could be increased, due to some components of the infusion.
Side effects of consuming ballerina tea
This infusion can cause serious side effects, which are temporary; however, the recommended consumption doses must be respected, as well as the contraindications. Otherwise side effects such as:
- Muscle spasms and abdominal pain.
- Decrease in potassium levels in the body.
- Change in color in the urine, (it may turn reddish).
- Pigmentation of the intestinal mucosa.
- Shortness of breath
- Allergic reactions (swelling of the face).
- Its prolonged use can cause dependence, because when stopping consumption, symptoms of diarrhea or constipation appear.
Therefore, it should be taken into account if any of these unfavorable side effects occurs, it is necessary to completely avoid its consumption, if such effects remain it will be necessary to go to a specialist and that he indicates the appropriate treatment.
Conclusion, is it advisable to use ballerina tea?
Ballerina tea is one of the infusions that are best adapted to aesthetic goals, therefore, its consumption is recommended if it is expected to obtain a good complement, to carry a balanced nutritional diet. However, the infusion should not be considered a definitive solution, instead it is recommended to resort to the assistance of a specialist, who guides and specifies the standards that must be followed, to know which are the correct methods to lose weight.
Although the consumption of this infusion is recommended, it is necessary that there be periods of pause, in which the individual abstains from tea, in order not to develop addictions or negative side effects. The maximum time that this infusion can be consumed is one week, due to its laxative quality; however, this factor may vary with each individual.
In conclusion, as long as the limits are respected and each consequence, both positive and negative generated by tea, is known, its consumption will be recommended.
Dr. Samantha Robson ( CRN: 0510146-5) is a nutritionist and website content reviewer related to her area of expertise. With a postgraduate degree in Nutrition from The University of Arizona, she is a specialist in Sports Nutrition from Oxford University and is also a member of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.