Polpala Tea helps in dissolving kidney and bladder stones. It is also an age-old remedy used to fight the effects of diabetes. Polpala is a magical herbal remedy used in Sri Lankan indigenous medicines for 100s of years to remove kidney and bladder stones and to clear up the urinary track.
Helps in dissolving kidney and bladder stones
It protects both the skin and the body from pathogens.
Helps in promoting the production of urine, effective in urethral problems, lithiasis.
Helps in getting relief from pain and inflammation.
Aerva lanata/ Polpal is a common weed which grows wild everywhere in the plains of Sri Lanka. The root has a camphor-like aroma. The dried flowers which look like soft spikes, are sold under the commercial names Buikallan and Boor.
Although the original homeland of the Polpala(Aerva lanata) is known as the Great Islands of Africa, this valuable plant thrives throughout Asia and Australia and has a number of amazingly indistinguishable properties. Polpala has been used in many cultures for thousands of years as a treatment for kidney and urinary tract infections because of its diuretic and diuretic properties, which increase the filtration properties of the kidneys and kill germs.
Polpala is not only used for kidney and urinary tract infections, but also for people with urinary stones. In the past, a remedy for many aches and pains was to boil it in medicine and apply it on the scalp and boil it in a steamer.
Due to the anti-parasite properties of Polpala, It can be used as a treatment for worms in children and typhoid fever as well as to reduce malaria. Polpala is an effective antidote and is widely used to treat gonorrhea.
Frequent use can also help prevent diabetes and heart disease due to its ability to lower blood sugar and alcohol. In addition, Polpala has the ability to destroy cancer cells, the body’s immune system and the ability to repair the liver membranes.