Herb Robert tea (Geranium robertianum)

Geranium robertianum, (Robertiella robertiana) commonly known as Herb Robert, Red Robin, Death come quickly, or (in North America) Robert Geranium, is a common species of cranesbill in Europe, Asia, North America, and North Africa.

Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) is an enigmatic herb with a miraculous action in tumor diseases, managing to halt or even cure some cancers.

Before consuming this tea as a remedy for a disease, please ask your doctor.

In all cases healed, Geranium robertianum tea treatment was accompanied by a strict diet with juices and raw vegetables or whole grains (Oshawa diet).

Used for: ovarian cancer, intestinal cancer and stomach, breast cancer, tuberculosis, lung cancer, hematuria, radiation, impotence, ovarian cysts, ovarian, polycystic, ulcer, leukemia and sterility.

For Herb Robert tea don’t use tap water. You can use mineral water, or, better, spring water who must not be older than 48 hours.

Herb Robert tea recipe: In a cup (250ml) of water put one tablespoon of dried leaves and flowers, neither crushed, to soak over night. The resulting liquor (the soak) is filtered in the morning, and scald the remaining plant with another cup of water.
After leaving to cool for half an hour at room temperature, filter this infusion. At the end, let to infuse the soak.
You can drink 3 cups of tea per day on an empty stomach. Sip tea drink (some therapists recommend to drink with a spoon), unsweetened, without alcohol.
I did not drink this tea and I can’t tell you how does it taste, bot when I drink one, I will leave my feedback.


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    1. admin Post author

      You should ask your doctor for a proper advice. He/she is the only one who knows your medical history and can advise you.

  3. Ann

    Why do people insist on telling people to consult their doctors before using herbs? Doctors are not trained in herbal medicine, you should consult a qualified herbalist if you need any information on herbs.


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