Garlic: health elixir recipes –
Garlic has been used around the world for centuries for the prevention and treatment of various diseases. In the fall, when it has already been harvested and when it is to be planted, it is worth remembering the beneficial properties of this fragrant vegetable.
Garlic is especially useful during the ripening period, when it is possible to use a vegetable grown in our strip, and not brought from abroad.
This wonderful product, as a rule, treats colds, is used to strengthen blood vessels, improve metabolism and as an anthelmintic. In the old days, they were also treated with purulent wounds and long-term non-healing ulcers.
Garlic is also used in different ways:
used for fresh food
and even amulets.
But the most effective remedy is considered to be garlic tincture, which also comes in several types.
Red wine garlic tincture
Put 12 cloves of garlic in a glass jar, each cut into small pieces.
Pour in three glasses of red wine.
Close and put on the sunny side of the window for two weeks. Shake every day 2-3 times. Then strain and pour into a dark bottle. Take 1 teaspoon 3 times a day for a month.
Garlic tincture on water with lemon
4 cloves of garlic, peeled and minced.
4 lemons washed and chopped with peel in a blender.
Put the prepared components in a glass jar and pour three liters of warm boiled water. Close and store contents at room temperature for 3 days, then refrigerated. Take on an empty stomach three times a day for half a glass for 40 days. One piece is not enough for the entire course.
A miraculous remedy will help remove salts from the body, increase efficiency, purify the blood, improve immunity, strengthen blood vessels and tone the body. Indispensable for women’s diseases.
But it must be remembered that garlic has contraindications. These include, in particular, pregnancy and lactation, acute diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and bladder, hemorrhoids and liver disease. Particular attention should be paid to the condition of the liver if you plan to use alcohol-containing tinctures, for example, red wine.