Learn About the Health Advantages of Organic Apple Tea with Bay Leaf

Pectin, a soluble fiber found in apples, is well-known for its capacity to lower blood levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol. The apple skin has the largest concentration of pectin, so be careful to keep it intact to get this advantage. This little dietary change could promote improved heart health.

Making Apple Tea with Bay Leaf Preparation:


One apple
three bay leaves
One water liter


Peel and slice the apple, with the peel intact, into smaller pieces.
Put the bay leaves and diced apple into a saucepan with one liter of water.
After bringing the water to a boil, simmer it for around ten minutes.
Once the designated time has elapsed, strain the blend, and your invigorating beverage is prepared for drinking.