BENEFITS OF PEACH LEAF
The peach leaf has medicinal properties as a laxative, diuretic, sedative and expectorant properties. The tea made from peach leaf is used for treating chest congestion and bronchitis. The tea made from peach leaf has a strong laxative effect. Poultice is made from leaves after powdering them and later used in healing wounds. Peaches are known to consist of boron which enhances the steroid levels in the blood. The Estradiol-17B levels (TESTOSTERONE) are increased by boron which helps in making it useful at the time of menopause. Peaches will reduce the intensity of osteoporosis and enhance the testosterone due to the presence of boron in them.
The leaves of the peach tree are useful in treating several problems like bronchitis, constipation, bad breath, headache, burns, sore throat, nausea, urinary disorders, insomnia, whopping cough, stomach ailments, nervousness, high blood pressure and pneumonia.
The peach leaves (and also the bark of the tree) are medically beneficial and effective in treating many health problems. The health problems are handled by drinking the peach leaf tea at least three times a day. The tea is prepared by mixing one ounce of peach leaf in 16 ounces of boiling water. Steep the tea for about 15 minutes. (BTW: Peach leaf extract applied on the hair will stimulate hair growth.)
SIDE EFFECTS OF PEACH LEAF
Peach leaf is not to be used by pregnant and breast feeding women.