Recipes for treatment with seasonal fruit juices (Part IV)

2020-05-09 07.46.07
Natural berry juices
Quince juice – a great tool for strengthening the walls of blood vessels. It works great on the blood. Quince contains tannins and bioflavonoids that contain vitamin R (Rutin). Quince has a high content of iron, vitamins C and A, beta carotene, mineral salts and aromatic substances. The combination of quince and apple juice is an effective remedy against anemia and other blood diseases. Simultaneous use of quince juice, grapefruit or grapes helps the diseased liver. Quince juice is especially useful for the treatment of inflammatory bowel processes (colitis, enteritis).
Watermelon juice – increases the overall tone of the body. It has other healing properties. Carbohydrates, vitamins, sugars and nitrogenous substances in the juice are easily digested. The alkaline substances contained in watermelon neutralize excess acid in the body, ie the juice is useful in enhanced acid. Watermelon juice has an antisclerotic effect. The combination of watermelon and cherry juice helps liver and kidney diseases. Adding watermelon juice to pear juice cleanses the body of impurities and helps with kidney and bladder diseases. Watermelon juice is useful in hypertension and atherosclerosis.
Grape juice – a good tonic or process that relaxes the body. Grapes contain organic acids, mineral salts, vitamin 8 and vitamin P which helps the body absorb and collect ascorbic acid), glucose and fructose, pectins, essential oils and aromatic substances. Adding grape juice to apple juice has a beneficial effect on blood pressure. Stabilizes the blood supply. Simultaneous use of grape juice and citrus improves the work of the body’s immune system and stabilizes metabolism. Grape juice is useful in the cardiovascular system and certain gastrointestinal diseases. The use of the juice is recommended in the initial stages of tuberculosis, bronchitis and inflammation of the lung tissue, gout, liver and kidney diseases, and against kidney stones.
Plum juice-contains high levels of sugar (up to 17%), organic acids, pectin, tannins and dyes, vitamins C, P, B1 and B2 and carotene. This juice promotes urination, increases appetite, improves digestion, cleanses the intestines. It is useful in case of acid-base imbalance in the body, gastrointestinal diseases and kidney disease.
Blackberry juice – perfectly quenches thirst, refreshes and nourishes the body. It acts as a mild sedative. It contains sugars glucose, sucrose, fructose, pectic substances and tanning agents, organic acids, carotene, vitamins, potassium salts, copper and manganese. The use of blackberry juice with pomegranate juice helps with inflammatory bowel processes. If onion juice is added to the juice, sclerotic forms of hypertension and arteriosclerosis of the brain can be treated. Blackberry juice is a good remedy for colds and inflammatory processes and lowers high body temperature.
Gooseberry juice is a means of wetting, for accelerated secretion of bile. Relieves pain. Gooseberries contain a lot of sugar, organic acids, potassium, nitrogen compounds, minerals (phosphorus), salts and vitamins. It is used in some diseases of the gastrointestinal tract when it is necessary to enhance the function of the gastrointestinal tract. The combination of gooseberry juice with beets or almonds enables the reduction and complete disappearance of headaches and migraines. Adding gooseberry juice with wild strawberry juice has a beneficial effect on the treatment of rheumatism, gout and some forms of arthritis. Gooseberry juice is recommended for some diseases of the oral cavity and gums.
Rosehip juice is a vitamin and multivitamin drink that increases immunity and has a tonic effect. Rosehip contains pectic substances and tanning agents, organic acids, carotene, many different vitamins and glycosides. Adding rosehip juice to avocado juice helps with hypertension, anemia and arteriosclerosis. Concomitant use of black radish juice and rosehip juice helps with liver disease (cholecystitis and hepatitis). The combination of pomegranate juice with pear juice is recommended for metabolic disorders, sometimes gastrointestinal problems, with loss of appetite. Rosehip juice with the addition of pomegranate juice cures colds, upper respiratory tract diseases, bronchitis and tuberculosis.
Arrhythmia (rapid heartbeat) – although not accompanied by pain, people find it difficult to tolerate the arrhythmia. Sometimes the arrhythmia is manifested by rapid (tachycardia) or slow heart rate (bradycardia). In such cases, it is useful to use mixtures: you need 1-2 tablespoons of hawthorn juice and one tablespoon of lemon juice to be mixed. Use at bedtime once a day. Recipe number 2: 2-3 tablespoons of rosehip juice, 2 tablespoons of mint extract. Mix the juice with the extract. Use morning and evening. The feeling of heart palpitations is more frequent observed in people with an irritable nervous system. Doctors advise to use gooseberry juice diluted with water and valerian.
Elevated or lowered arterial pressure (Hypertension and Hypotension) – for high blood pressure a mixture is useful: 1 glass of beet juice, ½ glasses of moss juice, 1 glass of honey, 100 g of vodka. Mix all components well and heat a little. Take one tablespoon three times daily after meals. Recipe number 2: 2 cups of beet juice, 250 g of honey, 1 lemon, 2 cups of moss juice, and 1 cup of vodka. Mix beetroot and moss juice with honey, squeeze lemon juice and add vodka. Stir everything well. Take one tablespoon three times a day an hour before meals. The following mixture can be used to lower the pressure. It takes: 10 g of marigold flowers (immortelle), 1 cup of boiling water, ½ glasses of grape juice. Boil marigold flowers. Let stand for a while. Mix with grape juice. Take 1-2 tablespoons twice a day before breakfast and half an hour before meals. Modern medicine has proven that moderate use of grape juice during meals prevents anemia, heart disease and diseases of the blood system. The grapes from which wine is made are delicious and unusually good for health because the pectins and mucous substances contained in the grapes soften and protect the walls of the gastrointestinal tract. They are clean of toxins and other harmful substances, enabling their expulsion from the body. The skin of grapes of darker varieties contains a substance that reduces cell adhesion, which prevents the appearance of blood clots. Grapes are useful against varicose veins. Many cardiovascular diseases are often accompanied by swelling. Salvation from swelling should be sought in the causes of swelling. Juice therapy as an adjunct is very useful and effective.
Adverse effects of using natural berry juices
1. In some types of diseases, the use of certain berries should be completely excluded or limited. Similar restrictions apply primarily to diabetes. In case of pancreatic dysfunction (associated with the secretion of the hormone insulin), berry fruit juices in which the glucose content is the same or higher than the fructose content are not recommended for patients with diabetes.
2. Fructose is almost twice as sweet as glucose and does not require the participation of insulin for its decomposition in the body. Therefore, in disorders of secretion of this hormone, preference is given to juices rich in fructose (and not glucose test). The use of juices with high glucose content (grape juice and quince juice) should be avoided.
3. In case of metabolic disorders, obesity and tendency towards obesity, it is necessary to limit the treatment with sweet berry juices. The chemical composition of these many juices does not contain fat but contains a high percentage of carbohydrates (sugar-glucose, fructose and sucrose). The sugars contained in these juices are rapidly usable sources of energy. Under certain conditions, sugars can be converted into fat (metabolic disorder, sedentary lifestyle), which increases body weight. Therefore, it is necessary to limit the use of those juices that contain a high percentage of sugar (quince juice, grape juice, strawberry and blackberry).
4. Patients with severe and chronic gastric and intestinal disease, i.e. inflammatory processes of the stomach and intestines (accompanied by irritation of the mucous membranes of these organs and increased intestinal motility, e.g. gastritis, enteritis and colitis), liver and pancreas, blackcurrant juice is not recommended because it contains a large amount of citric acid) and sour gooseberry juice.
5. People prone to dental diseases are recommended to exclude or limit rosehip juice because rosehip destroys tooth enamel.
6. In the case of liver and gallbladder diseases, the use of berry fruit juices of acidic varieties is not recommended.

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