3 homemade recipes for natural septolets with plants

3 homemade recipes for natural septolets with plants
In modern times in winter (but also throughout the year), the human body is particularly susceptible to viral diseases, colds, sore throats and coughs. Namely, the use of tablets and syrups can significantly weaken immunity. That is why domestic and natural septolets are effective against autumn / winter coughs, colds and sore throats. Homemade septolets retain the maximum benefit if you cook the septolets at a temperature below 150 ° C. After the septolets are poured into the mold and before the septolets have cooled, a small wooden stick can be placed on each septolete. When the septolets tighten then you get a lollipop. The rich composition of septolets makes domestic septolets practically suitable against all types of respiratory diseases and respiratory diseases. Septolete can always be an adjunct to existing medical therapy. Septolete have the ability to have a complex effect on the body. They normalize the function of the airways.

  1. Recipe for homemade septolete against productive cough – mix one tablespoon of chopped sage, anise, coltsfoot, buckthorn and pine buds. Sage reduces swelling and inflammation. Anise inhibits the development of pathogenic bacteria and stimulates expectoration. Coltsfoot improves expectoration. Buckthorn stimulates expectoration and strengthens bronchial drainage. Pine buds have a disinfectant effect. Pour the chopped herbs with one cup of boiling water. Bring the liquid to a boil and cook for another 20 minutes on low heat. Leave for half an hour and strain. Pour 2 cups of homemade honey into the obtained vegetable liquid. Bring the mixture to a boil and cook for another 20 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from the stove when the mixture becomes thick. Pour into silicone ice molds. Allow the mixture to set. Keep refrigerated. Take 3 to 4 times daily after meals. Therapy lasts 7 to 10 days.
  2. Recipe for homemade septolete against mixed cough – for medicinal herbal liquid, take one tablespoon of chopped violet, chamomile, calendula, licorice root and mint. Violet stabilizes the micro-circulation in the bronchi and has a calming effect. Chamomile destroys pathogenic microorganisms while reducing inflammatory conditions. Marigold destroys pathogenic microorganisms, reduces inflammatory conditions, strengthens circulation and expels secretions from the throat. Licorice root reduces inflammatory conditions, accelerates the expulsion of bacteria. It has a local analgesic effect. Mint destroys pathogenic microorganisms. It has a general calming effect. Pour 200 ml of boiling water over the mixture of chopped herbs. Bring the vegetable liquid to a boil and cook on low heat for 20 minutes. Leave for half an hour and strain. Pour 2 cups of honey. Bring the mixture to a boil. Cook for 5 minutes, then add 10 grams of chopped ginger root. Cook for another 5 minutes, then remove the pot from the stove. Pour into molds and allow mixture to set. Adults can take these septolets every 4 hours. Children older than 3 years 2 to 3 times daily after meals. Therapy lasts 7 to 10 days.
  3. Recipe for homemade septolete against irritated upper respiratory tract and dry cough – mix 2 tablespoons of dry chopped marshmallows, coltsfoot, oregano. Marshmallow removes the inflammatory condition and intensifies expectoration. The airways heal faster with the use of marshmallows. Coltsfoot promotes the expulsion of secretions from the bronchi. Oregano relieves tickling / tingling in the throat, soothes, improves sleep. It has an analgesic effect. Pour half a cup of boiling water over the chopped plants. Cook for 10 minutes at a mild temperature. Leave for half an hour and strain. Add one cup of sugar to 50 ml of this mixture. Cook over low heat until the sugar melts, stirring constantly. Add one tablespoon of fresh lemon juice to the mixture. Remove the pot from the stove. Pour 3 drops of eucalyptus essential oil. Pour into silicone ice molds. Allow the septolets to tighten. Keep in a dry and cool place. Adults can take these septolets every 4 hours. Children older than 3 years 2 to 3 times daily after meals. Therapy lasts 7 to 10 days.

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