Tea with Antimicrobial Properties: Try Cistus Incanus

Cistus incanus tea with antimicrobial properties

Cistus incanus is a tea with antimicrobial properties, as well as anti-fungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties.

Microbial infections occur as a result of the presence of pathogenic microbes in the body or the body’s immune response to their presence. Pathogenic microbes may be transmitted into the human body through living vectors, air, food, or even water. Whether you are shaking hands, rubbing your eyes, eating a meal, or simply enjoying the fresh breeze at the ocean, these microbes are everywhere.

According to recent reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), microbial resistance to antimicrobials is a growing concern in the US and around the globe. Along with treatment from the medical community, it may prove helpful to drink tea with antimicrobial properties to provide added immune health support and to help fight back pathogenic microbes.

Antibiotic Resistance and Tea with Antimicrobial Properties

According to the CDC, more than 2.8 million people in the U.S. face infections that are resistant to antibiotics, and more than 35,000 people die annually due to antibiotic-resistant infections. It is important for a collaborative approach across all public health sectors, including scientific research on herbs with antimicrobial properties, to help address this public threat.

Cistus incanus tea offers a range of bioactive compounds. Cistus incanus herbal tea with antimicrobial properties may provide valuable support, especially in combination with traditional medicine.

Cistus incanus tea, also commonly referred to as Rock Rose tea, is brewed from the Mediterranean Cistus incanus herb. Since ancient times, the Cistus incanus herb has been used to support treatment for a range of viral and bacterial infections. Cistus incanus contains phenolic acid, tannins, and flavonoids that make it an excellent tea with antimicrobial properties.

Cistus incanus tea has a broad antimicrobial spectrum, being both anti-fungal and antibacterial. It also has antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory agents. In particular, Cistus incanus has a high content and diverse profile of polyphenolic substances with strong antioxidant activity. Polyphenols may act as antioxidants through suppression of reactive oxygen species formation. Reactive oxygen species are involved in pathogenesis of diverse human diseases, particularly cardiovascular diseases.

Cistus incanus Health Benefits

Beyond being a tea with antimicrobial properties, Cistus incanus also makes an excellent all-natural mosquito and tick repellent. Its bioactive components release a natural fragrance that deters insects, mosquitoes, and ticks. Unlike synthetic repellents, the tea has been proven safe for human consumption and effective against those unwanted little guests.

Cistus incanus offers significant and scientifically proven immune support and scientifically proven relief of cold and flu symptoms. It also serves as a natural antioxidant that scavenges free radicals in the body, preventing damage that would otherwise result from oxidation. This helps to minimize the risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

In addition, many people use all-natural Mediterranean Cistus incanus tea externally to address issues with eczema, psoriasis, acne, and maskne and to cleanse and support the healing of their skin. Simply brew the tea, let the tea cool, and then apply it to your skin.

Try Cistus incanus Tea Today

It can be hard to identify a reputable, reliable source for Cistus incanus herbal tea and extract. Our comprehensive Cistus incanus FAQ provides lots of information on its health benefits and therapeutic uses, including its use as a tea with antimicrobial properties. The FAQ also covers its use as a mosquito and tick repellant, immune support properties, and skin health support benefits, as well as information on sourcing, terroir, and brewing techniques.

We sell Cistus incanus loose-leaf herbal tea and extract in our online store. We also sell Cistus incanus as one of six extracts in our proprietary ShieldsUp! Immune Support Kits.

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