We bring you the best folk recipes of natural elixirs for various ailments and diseases. All you need is honey, garlic, walnuts and vinegar.
Honey is one of the best products that make you sleepy. If one tablespoon of honey in the evening is not enough for good quality sleep, folk medicine recommends the following recipe: In a smaller glass of honey to add three tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. Half an hour after that the dream will come to your eyes. In case of serious insomnia you should take two teaspoons of this mixture. Repeat the process in case of waking up during the night.
In the case of anemia it is necessary to prepare a mixture of one pound of honey, half a pound of ground walnuts and lemon. Everything is well mixed and collected every three to four hours. The mixture is good for recovery of anemic and exhausted people.
For the treatment of hypertension and iron deficiency 100 grams of nuts should be taken daily with the same amount of honey, at least for 45 days.
Honey and nuts are very effective. A spoonful of honey with three to four walnuts is not only an extraordinary delicacy, but also a great natural remedy for headaches, insomnia and sclerosis.
Healing ulcers passes quickly and efficiently if you take five to six teaspoons walnut milk half an hour before meals, which you prepared in the following manner: 20 grams of ground walnuts poured with 100 grams of warm boiled water, shake well, strain it and add two tablespoons of honey.
The following recipe will renew the strength of the body and is very good against asthma and difficulty breathing: a kilogram of honey, lemon juice and juice from ten cloves of garlic Mix well and let it sit for a week in a sealed jar. It should be consumed once a day for four teaspoons, letting the juice to slowly leak through the throat. It needs to be consumed regularly for two months to achieve the desired effect.
This famous folk remedy of honey and garlic is great for the flu: mash cleaned garlic and mix it with linden honey in 1: 1 ratio. Take one tablespoon (diluted in warm water) before bedtime.