Monthly Archives: December 2018
Garlic healing bath
To prepare a garlic healing bath, it is necessary to crush 30 garlic cloves, put them in a bowl and pour 10 liters of boiling water. Cover the bowl and leave it for 6-8 hours. The obtained tea needs to be heated again (not boiling). Pour into the bowl and pour the ordinary hot water in, to the required level.
If you want to completely bathe, the ratio between the tea of garlic and water should be 1: 6. If you are sitting then 1: 3, and if you just want to wash your legs or hands 1: 7. Hot and warm baths of garlic can irritate, so be careful and do not overdo it. And cold baths are acting soothing. Continue reading
Garlic remedies, cold extract of garlic
It is about the garlic basted with the cold water so that no oils containing vitamins and sulfur salts can be extracted from it. This fluid should be left to stand for 16 hours. In no case should this be done in a metal pot! The place to store the finished extract should be cold and dark. After 16 hours the extract is finished and you have great garlic remedies.
The extract can also be prepared with a mixer. Put 6-8 cloves of chopped garlic in two glasses of water and mix with a mixer. The mixture should remain overnight to be ready for use. Continue reading
Garlic home remedies
We talk here about garlic home remedies and recipes that should help in treating the colds and flu. Garlic has shown promise as a treatment for preventing colds and also the respiratory disorder. Studies have shown that garlic reduces the danger of becoming sick in the 1st place, also how long you stay sick. If you regularly get sick with a cold or influenza, consumption of garlic will help cut back your symptoms or stop your sickness entirely. Bellow are some recipes of garlic home remedies, hope it will be helpful. Here you can find some more recipes regarding breathing problems. Continue reading
Breathing problems, garlic baths against the colds and flu
Breathing problems: Garlic baths are made from parts of garlic tea and bath water in a ratio of 1: 3. The water temperature is +35 to + 45 ° C, ie the bath is either warm or hot. It should last for a few minutes (not longer than 5!) Because the body can be very disturbed. After the bath, it’s good to take a shower with the warm water (the water temperature should be lower than the one used for the bath), and then it needs to be well warmed in the bed.
Note: This recipe does not advise those who have heart problems. They can only afford a garlic bath of for their hands and feet. This recipe has already been mentioned in the chapter on cardiovascular disease, but it is also effective on colds. Continue reading
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