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So, in today’s video, we will show you an onion, oregano, and apple tea to boost your health even more.
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This tea made of onion, oregano, and apple is the secret of many people! By adding it to your routine, you will strengthen your immunity, drastically reducing the risk of contracting viruses and other diseases. Did you know that?
Together, these three ingredients offer lots of benefits to the body. Now, learn a little more about each one of them:
Onions have antioxidant, anticancer, and antiasthmatic properties and are considered powerful antimicrobials.
Oregano is a well-known aromatic herb, used as a seasoning in the kitchen. It can also be consumed as tea or essential oil. Some of the benefits of oregano are its antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties that help prevent and fight some diseases.
And apples have, both in the pulp and peel, vitamin C and minerals, such as calcium, phosphorus, and potassium. The fruit also has fibers and a powerful antioxidant called quercetin.
Watch the video to learn how to make this onion, oregano, and apple tea!
You can drink this tea twice a day!
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