Chestnut in the pocket fills the body with positive energy

Chestnut in the pocket fills the body with positive energy
Chestnut is a favorite autumn and winter treat. Put a few fruits of fresh wild chestnut in the closet with a wardrobe that will repel moths. You can also keep chestnuts in your pocket because they fill the body with energy and have a positive effect on the general condition of the body. People with flat feet can roll their feet with chestnuts.
There are two types of chestnuts: therapeutic but inedible wild and edible tame chestnuts whose fruits we use in the diet and for medicinal purposes. Chestnut contains starch, fiber and minerals, sugar, vitamins A and C, B vitamins. Chestnuts are not high in fat compared to other nuts. The presence of carbohydrates in chestnuts is greater than 60% depending on the type of chestnut. Chestnuts are nutritious and high in protein. It is rich in minerals (iron, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, calcium, copper and magnesium). Chestnuts are cooked and baked and turned into flour used for delicious pastries, breads, desserts and sauces. Chestnuts are used for soups, meat dishes and risottos.
Natural medicines containing chestnut are used to treat inflammatory and varicose veins, thrombosis, bruising, skin blemishes, injuries and frostbite. We can also gently massage the breasts with chestnut fruit due to mastitis because it effectively reduces swelling. Fresh wild chestnuts are used against malaria and chronic diarrhea, and fried fruits are used against hemorrhoids and uterine bleeding. The chestnut fruit emits positive energy and has a beneficial effect on anxiety by relaxing tense muscles and giving strength. Holding chestnuts in the hands has been proven to have a calming effect. If you wear a bag with crushed chestnuts or whole fruits around your neck, then bronchitis heals faster. Preparations with chestnut are indispensable against radiculitis, ie an inflammatory condition of the spinal nerve root.
100 grams of chestnuts has about 180 calories. Roasted chestnuts also have more calories, so this dish should be avoided in the evening because it burdens the stomach. Chestnut also thins the blood, so care should be taken when using chestnut preparations. Chestnut medicines are not recommended for pregnant women, nursing mothers, people with liver and kidney diseases. Chestnut is contraindicated in case of low blood pressure, internal bleeding, menstrual disorders in women, stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers.
Two recipes for chestnut ointment against varicose veins, joint diseases, sciatica and radiculitis
Chestnut fat: clean and chop ten medium-sized chestnuts. Drizzle with one liter of vegetable oil. Cook for about an hour on steam. Keep refrigerated. To use, first warm a small amount of fat to room temperature before contacting the body.
Fat with chestnut and goat fat: mix three chopped chestnuts and 200 grams of goat fat or pork fat and cook for half an hour on steam. Let cool for 24 hours, then repeat the steaming. Strain and cool. Keep refrigerated.
Bath with chestnut against rheumatism, radiculitis, skin rash, circulatory disorders
Pour one kilogram of cleaned and ground chestnuts with 5 liters of cold water. Cook for half an hour on low heat. Pour water into the tub. Stay a maximum of 20 minutes in this healing bath best before bed. Practice the bath for seven days during the month.

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