Dermatitis – one of the most important conditions for the treatment of this disease is how to prevent dry skin. This requires any mixture with carrot juice.
1. Carrot juice. 1/3 cup daily.
2. Juice mixture: one quarter of a mixture of carrot and spinach juices per day.
3. One tablespoon of a mixture of carrot juice and black radish 2x a day after meals.
Pimples and skin rashes. Do not rush with the use of balms, creams and other preparations, removing only the consequence. The cause needs to be removed. Cleanse the body of accumulated waste so that it does not come out through the pores of the skin. Effective mixtures to eliminate the cause. Drink the juice to the blood half a glass a day. Take one tablespoon in the morning and evening of a mixture of carrot and spinach juices. Or a mixture of carrot juice, spinach and lettuce 2-3 tablespoons twice a day. It is important to take carrot juice. The reason is the fact that this juice contains elements that give the skin proper nutrition.
Coughing is a protective reaction of the organism by which harmful particles and microbes are expelled from the bronchi. For an adult, 5 infections or infectious diseases in one year are normal. Even then it is necessary to take medications. When it comes to colds, onions are an unavoidable vegetable. Onion juice can be used at the first symptoms of colds and flu. Onion juice can be used by children and adults. Recipe 1. 2 tablespoons onion juice, 2-3 tablespoons water, 2-3 tablespoons honey. Mix onion juice with honey. Add water. Cook for one hour on low heat. When the liquid cools, pour it into a bottle. Close well. This excellent remedy should be used in microdoses. One small spoon 5-6 times a day. Recipe 2. Half a glass of onion juice, 2 tablespoons of garlic juice, 2-3 tablespoons of honey. Pour the onion juice into a small bowl. Mix with honey. Use several times a day until complete healing. In addition to treating coughs with onions, a glass of juice with a high acid content, such as black currants or carrots, is recommended daily.
Insomnia — Use mixtures of spinach, carrot, and grapefruit juices (two tablespoons once a day before bed), carrots and celery (two tablespoons three times a day), carrots, beets, and cucumbers (3 tablespoons twice a day).
Migraine-a mixture of carrot and spinach juices (three tablespoons a day), carrots, celery, parsley leaf and spinach (3 tablespoons twice a day), carrots, beets and cucumbers (3 tablespoons three times a day), carrots and celery (one glass a day).
Gastritis-spinach juice (not less than ¼ glass once a day), a mixture of carrot and spinach juices (1/4 glass a day for seven days, then a break of 7 days, then repeat the treatment), carrots, beets and cucumber (¼ glasses once a day). The liquid can be divided into several portions.
Constipation — this problem is caused by excessive use of cooked food that makes the intestines lazy. Use carrot juice (at least one glass a day), spinach juice (at least ¼ glasses a day), and a mixture of carrot and spinach juices (1/4 glass in the morning and evening), carrots, beets and cucumber (1/3 glass a day)
Diarrhea-carrot juice (one glass divided into several portions a day), a mixture of carrot juice, celery, parsley leaf and spinach (one tablespoon three times a day after meals until the unpleasant symptoms stop).
Strengthening the immune system – garlic juice is an excellent tool because it contains essential oils, phytosterols, vitamins C, D, B and phytoncides. To achieve the best results, different juice mixtures should be used. Garlic and carrots (6 tablespoons per day), garlic, horseradish and beets (2 tablespoons three times a day), garlic, beets and honey (4 tablespoons per day), garlic, cucumber and beets (one glass of juice per day), garlic , dandelion and beets (3 tablespoons twice a day).
Arthritis disease is a consequence of the deposition of inorganic potassium in the cartilaginous parts of the joints due to excessive use of concentrated carbohydrates. A mixture of carrot, grapefruit and spinach juices (3 tablespoons three times a day), carrots, celery and beets (3 tablespoons twice a day), carrots, cucumbers and lettuce (one tablespoon twice a day), carrots, pumpkin and celery (3 tablespoons 4 times) per day), carrots, horseradish and lettuce (3 tablespoons twice a day), carrots, beets and watercress (Nasturtium officinale) two tablespoons 4 times a day.