The Aragon tea bush is a rather small, included in the family of tubulifloras. The binomial name given to this species is Jasonia glutinosa. The leaves of this shrub with medicinal uses are of a lanceolate and have entire margins. Throughout its entire length are covered by a considerable layer of hair. The flowers that bush tea of Aragon are yellow and have a somewhat bitter taste.
The typical flowering period for Aragon tea usually begins in late summer. If you are going to collect this plant for medicinal purposes as best we can do is collect it before they start to open the cones of flowers.
The main medical uses that exist in relation to tea Aragon are focused on their properties as stomachic. Besides being an excellent digestive tea, tea of Aragon can be used as an appetizer to induce appetite and as an antispasmodic remedy. In the region of Aragon, for example, this tea is consumed at a rate far greater than traditional teas.
To get the benefits of this shrub with medicinal properties it is best to make a tea. It should be a piece of branch or bark tea of Aragon and place in a cup of hot water. It is necessary to infuse for about 10 minutes for the water is impregnated with the active ingredients of the plant. To enhance the flavor of the tea you can add a small amount of sugar. The recommended dose is one cup after meals too heavy (excellent to prevent indigestion, indigestion and swallowing after making large meals).