Garlic tea recipe
Tea contains more mineral salts and therefore it is advised to use it in colds, infections, and inflammation. To prepare tea, pour two glasses of water into the enameled bowl and put on a light fire. As soon as the water boils, add a teaspoon of chopped garlic and leave for a few minutes to cook. Remove the bowl from the stove and leave the tea to stand for a while. And now remains only to filtrate this great cure. This garlic tea recipe is very powerful, so garlic tea can only be taken two or three times a day (within 4-5 hours). And another note: tea should not be prepared in larger quantities.
Only drink fresh!
Garlic nutritional value
Researchers from Pennsylvania have found that garlic is also an anti-cancer mean. This is evidenced in epidemiological research data. In countries where garlic is a traditional component of national cuisine, the degree of cancer is lower compared to countries where garlic does not enter into favorites. See below the garlic nutritional value:
The chemical composition of garlic
Nutrient content per 100g :
The content of macro elements at 100g:
Iron: 1.5mg Continue reading
History of garlic
The homeland of garlic is Central Asia. They have grown it in ancient Egypt, Greece, as well as in Rome and India. They were not afraid of strong smells there. Then, disinfection with garlic was saving from many gastric problems. There is one story on garlic account: in 1720, the garlic together with the vinegar saved thousands of Marseille residents from the widespread epidemic of the plague. The healing properties of garlic are described in about 1550 B.C. in the famous papyrus “Codex Ebers”. Roman medic Dioscorides which lived in the 1st century mentions it as a herbal remedy and points to medical application – to relieve stomach cramps. Old Greeks and Slavs used it against the snake bite and called it “Snake Grass”. In China, garlic preparations were known in the 2600 year BC. Continue reading
Garlic health benefits
We are using garlic through a whole life: we spice the food (soups, salads etc.) with it and of course, we eat it raw. We use the garlic to treat us from colds, coughs, we are putting it in the ear, cut into the slices and chewing it, we even sniffle it in the nose. Often we are not even aware that garlic is a very valuable food. Of course, garlic should not be eaten without measure and you can’t feed yourself only with it. It is still a spice, but its glory has been checked for centuries and it is hard to hear a bad word about it. Let us recall the history of the old age … in Old Assyria, Babylon, Egypt, Old Greece, and Rome – all were eat garlic. And the poets wrote about it and scientists wrote tractates. Nothing without garlic. Medicine, both official and traditional and folk, advise that garlic health benefits are great and it is used in almost all health problems. Continue reading
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