Spicy natural tincture to strengthen immunity

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Spicy natural tincture to strengthen immunity
During the winter, staying indoors is inevitable. The risk of infection with various viruses that can cause colds, flu and respiratory problems increases. Sudden temperature changes can cause problems, especially in people with already weak immunity. Certain risk factors can be mitigated or avoided. This is achieved by introducing new habits (for example, proper body and space hygiene, physical activity, use of a healthy diet, intake of products from natural substances and herbs that strengthen immunity). A visit to the doctor is necessary if the symptoms are severe and frequent (high fever, pain, cough).
For hot tincture against sore throat, for stronger immunity and against flu and cold, you need:
Hot pepper-capsaicin from this vegetable stimulates circulation. It has a slightly warming effect. It encourages sweating, so it is easier for a person to cool down. This effect is useful for people with high fever caused by flu and colds.
Echinacea is a plant from the territory of America. The indigenous population used echinacea to prepare medicinal potions to deal with infections caused by bites and wounds and other health ailments. All plant organs (root, leaf, and aboveground part) are useful because they are rich in vitamins B and C, as well as minerals (iron, calcium, magnesium) and other useful substances. It has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects. Today, it is mostly used to fight flu, colds, upper respiratory tract infections and strengthen the immune system. Research says that the intake of teas, tinctures and supplements with echinacea can help reduce the flare-up of the disease, help in recovery and shorten the duration of discomfort and pain. This plant should not be used continuously and continuously either daily or in excessive amounts as it can cause allergic infections and skin diseases. Not recommended for people allergic to herbs from the cephalopod family.
Ginseng is a powerful adaptogen that helps the body cope with periods of stress more easily. It has a tonic effect because it strengthens and invigorates a tired organism. Strengthens immunity. Ginseng should not be used in conjunction with antihypertensive drugs or antidepressants.
Garlic has antibiotic, antiviral, antifungal and antiparasitic effects. It is rich in allicin, which is an ingredient that alleviates the problems caused by flu and respiratory infections. It can be prepared in different ways or combined with azacine plants and as an addition to dishes. It is best to eat raw garlic or chopped into a puree with a little lemon juice. Garlic should not be combined with anticoagulants because it has a similar effect.
Preparation of hot tincture to strengthen immunity:
Wash and dry the appropriate glass jar. Fill the jar up to a quarter with a mixture of equal parts ginseng, herb echinacea, chopped garlic and beaten hot pepper. Add brandy up to four fingers above the level of the herbs. Mix all the ingredients with a wooden spoon. Close the jar and keep in a dry place at room temperature for about a month. Shake the jar daily. Then strain the tincture through a coffee or gauze filter. Pour into a brown glass bottle. Keep in a dark and cool place. Mix 5 to 10 drops of the preparation with water. Drink for prevention purposes or after you feel the first symptoms of the disease, but not longer than a week. Consult a doctor before use, especially if you have other health problems. The preparation is not suitable for people intolerant to alcohol, children, pregnant women, nursing mothers and people with sensitive stomachs.

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