Cabbage is a favorite meal at our tables, especially in the pickled form. But do you know that he is very effective and cheap medicine for many problems?
A hundred grams of raw cabbage contains as much as 42 mg vitamin C. The company makes vitamin A and folic acid and minerals magnesium, iron, phosphorus, calcium, potassium and sodium.
There are many types of cabbage, and the most famous are white and red, and the savoy cabbage, which is mistakenly called chalk.
For the most effective reddish red, which is up to seven times more effective than white, and its color indicates the presence of healing compounds of anthocyanins.
The best cabbage is to eat fresh or short boiled. For the purpose of treatment, use unprocessed homemade or ecologically grown cabbage.
Raw cabbage, if it is often eaten, helps with anemia, insomnia, depression and anxiety.
Cooked cabbage is an excellent means for spring detoxification and one of the best agents against nervous tension, anxiety, weakness and poor concentration.
The cabbage is abundant with anti-cancerous compound synergy, which has unique properties against prostate, gut, and bladder cancer.
It is excellent and anti-inflammatory, and it helps in inflammatory diseases such as arthritis and rheumatism.
In pulmonary diseases, cabbage juice is mixed with honey.
It cleans the airways, helps with asthma and bronchitis.
In the throat disorder, cabbage juice is recommended.
Medicinal effect of cabbage:
Why lime honey?
Lime's honey gets from the tree of the linden tree. Since lime honey persists sweating, the use of this honey advises a cold and flu, and of course for the elimination of toxins from the body. Lime honey is recommended for interference and inflammation of the respiratory and digestive organs.
Lime honey improves metabolism, and resembles a lime tea to taste. This honey enhances the heart and circulation.
Herbal Elixir Dr. Irina Filipova - Recipe:
Champignons are the proteins of one of the richest mushroom species. Of the carbohydrates in mushrooms we find glucan, inulin and pectin substances, and it should be noted that they contain neither sucrose nor starch, and are therefore very suitable for people with diabetes.
Of vitamins, mushrooms are an excellent source of riboflavin (40% of the recommended daily intake) and niacin (30% of the recommended daily intake).
Of acids, in mushrooms the most important is oxalic acid and phosphoric acid, and of the mineral substances significant amounts of potassium are significant. In addition to the seafood, the largest source of selenium is the organism, which is needed in small quantities and is considered the most powerful antioxidant, and it also has anti-cancer activity.
Closed mushrooms that we need in the recipe are the youngest mushroom-type, milky white, and they are picked at a very early stage of development. Their taste is not as expressive as there was not enough time to mature, and they are used alone or in a combination in which their crisp tissue exquisitely comes to the fore. Champignons with a closed hat look hardly distinguishable from those with underdeveloped hat, but their taste is more expressive.
Take 5 mushrooms. They need to be completely fresh, it's best that they were picked up less than 24 hours ago. They also need to be with completely closed hats.
Wash them and pour boiling water. Wipe them with a napkin and squeeze them to get a clear juice. Serve the juicer.
Also, take the young cabbage and squeeze out the juice until you get 1 teaspoon of juice.
Mix mushroom juice and cabbage juice and add one tablespoon of natural linden honey.
This is the amount of medicine in three days.
Keep it in a well-closed jar in the refrigerator.
Eat one third of this mixture (less than half a spoon) every morning on an empty stomach.
The medicine should not be given to children under 7 years of age.
This medicine has a triple effect.
It is used to treat heart disease, or Angine pectoris.
It lowers bad cholesterol.
It acts as a protection against cancer. If you take this medicine for a long time, you will not be threatened by the oncological diseases, says Dr. Filipova.
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