To help light.

To help light.

To help light.

For every disease there is a separate medicine. To help light.
But sometimes one tool can cope with a variety of ailments.
For example, in my family long ago learned to deal with any lung disease. Recipe knew my grandmother and great-grandmother, and probably their ancestors.

And never, as far as I know, he did not fail. So, to overcome the disease of the lungs and bronchi, it is necessary to prepare resolving medication.

First, make a paste of 5 lemons with the peel (without seeds) and pulp of 4 heads of garlic. Then mix both the composition together. Pour one liter of boiled water (room temperature). Capacity should be tightly closed. Keep in a cool dark place for 5 days. Gruel need to shake.

After this time, drain and squeeze out the residue. Accepted 1 tbsp. spoon 3 times a day for half an hour before meals.

A sore throat.

One of the best remedies for inflammatory diseases of the throat, when just beginning angina — Iceland Moss, or Iceland moss. Take pieces of Icelandic moss in the mouth, absorbable and chew them slowly and gradually swallowing.

Icelandic moss is valuable as a natural antibiotic, does not, unlike synthetic, does no harm to our body. In recent years, scientists have discovered that lichen acid, which is rich in Icelandic moss. It has high antimicrobial activity against staphylococci, streptococci and tubercle bacilli. In addition, cetraria increases the body’s defenses.

Treating Icelandic moss is one of the most effective remedies for initial angina pectoris. I will always use it when I start to have a sore throat.

Agrimony, St. John’s wort, sage, and chamomile have good antiviral, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties. Of these herbs, it is useful to rinse with angina.

I especially like the mouth rinse of Repeshko ordinary. A tablespoon of raw pour a glass of boiling water and infusion of warm rinse often.

Icelandic moss

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