Frequent biryani, whether we make brinjal or not, only brinjal / biryani leaf will definitely be in our home kitchen. We will use biryani leaf in biryani, brinjal, curry, curry etc. Otherwise we would never care for it. Nutritionists are shocked that the biryani leaf is not just a fragrant substance but also has medicinal properties.
Biryani leaves contain antioxidants, vitamins A, C, B6, iron, potassium and various chemicals that help keep the digestive tract in balance. That is why biryani leaf is used in large quantities in biryani.
Nutritionists say that making tea with biryani leaves is very good for the body.
How to make biryani leaf tea?
One or two large biryani leaves
1 large size bar
1.5 to 2 cups water
Half a lemon, honey if needed.
Pour water in a pot and put it in the oven. When the water is hot, put the bark and biryani leaves in it and let it boil for 5 minutes. Then put it on low heat for 4-5 minutes. Remove from the oven, squeeze the lemon juice and add honey if required.
This biryani leaf tea stimulates digestion and cures the problem of migraine. The bar is attached to it to help reduce body weight. Stimulating insulin secretion and helping to lower blood sugar levels. Increasing the body’s metabolic rate.
The molecules in it are the solution to the problem of IPS which causes you to defecate with food. This can help reduce the levels of stress hormones in the body, including cortisol. Controlling inflammation in the cells of the body. Beneficial not only to the digestive tract but to the body as a whole.