3 medicinal recipes with hawthorn for children and adults

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With hawthorn you can make delicious desserts that are also a cure for people who have heart disease and stroke. They are recommended for children to strengthen immunity.
Blanch the hawthorn candies for cardiac problems – a kilogram of washed hawthorn by putting the hawthorn in a pot of boiling water for 5 minutes. Strain and dry. Add half a kilo of apple puree and half a kilo of sugar. Stir. When the mass is equal, add 150 grams of density. Spread to an inch thick. Dry at 50 ° C. Cut into 2cm x 2cm pieces. Sprinkle the finished pieces with powdered sugar. Store in a glass jar. Eat two pieces three times a day.
To prevent stroke — mix 200 grams of blended hawthorn with 200 grams of sugar. Thin the mass and dry at a temperature of 50 ° C (to harden the hawthorn a little). Cut into pieces. Eat two pieces — twice a day.
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Contraindications: pregnancy, individual sensitivity and low blood pressure.
Jam with hawthorn to strengthen immunity – wash a kilo of hawthorn and clean the stones. Sprinkle with half a kilo of sugar in the evening. Leave overnight. When the hawthorn releases the juice, cook at a low temperature until the mass thickens. It is important that the mixture does not burn. Drizzle a little juice on a plate. If the mass does not slide down the plate, the jam is ready. Pour into sterilized jars. Store in a room where the temperature is the same all year round. Take it whenever you feel your immunity is weak. Eat a tablespoon three times a day. Take a seven-day break. Repeat the therapy. Suitable for children because hawthorn has a lot of vitamin C.

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