Bitter spices (especially paprika and ginger) in the diet solve lung and bronchial diseases and make breathing easier

Bitter spices (especially paprika and ginger) in the diet solve lung and bronchial diseases and make breathing easier
Breathing is especially facilitated by well-known spices available to everyone (parsley, paprika, ginger and bay leaf).
Many people have breathing problems (difficulty breathing) and so-called “shortness of breath”. This is especially noticeable when climbing stairs or to a certain height. The cause may be related to lung or heart problems. Difficulty breathing is exactly one of the symptoms of heart failure. Herbalists give a lot of advice and recipes for homemade brandy tinctures that can be made at home. These are effective herbal tinctures that make breathing easier for people in a short time (regardless of the causes of shortness of breath).
Herbalists give advice to people who already have a medical diagnosis and know that heart problems are the cause of shortness of breath and rapid fatigue. Use teas made from the bitter flower (Adonis vernalis), fennel (Leonurus), sage, valerian, hissopus (Hissopus), and fenugreek plant (Pimpinella saxifraga).

Due to diseases of the bronchi and lungs, herbalists recommend including certain plants in the diet (to improve digestion and remove mucus). These are the so-called bitter spices, especially all kinds of paprika and ginger. The plants dogwood (extends breath), rabbit cabbage (facilitates breathing) and lepidium, which facilitates breathing.

  1. Fenugreek plant (Pimpinella saxifraga) plant is an excellent aid that prolongs breath and facilitates breathing. Make a 10% tincture based on 70% alcohol from the roots. Drink 10 to 20 drops with water before meals (before each meal). This plant facilitates digestion, prevents flatulence, and breaks up kidney stones. It is recommended against sarcoma and uterine cancer. Patients who use tincture with bedernik soon notice that their breathing is much easier.
  2. The rabbit cabbage plant (Sedum) also facilitates breathing. It grows around cottages. It is often used as a decorative plant. The leaves are covered with a layer of wax, so they do not dry out. To prepare the tincture, pass the leaves of the plant and the aerial part through a meat grinder. Mix with brandy in a ratio of 1:1. Wrap and keep for 2 to 3 weeks in a dry and dark place. Strain. Drink 20 to 30 drops diluted with water before each meal. The plant has an antitumor and healing effect (in the case of external wounds). It has an anti-inflammatory effect. Patients notice easier breathing from the moment of applying the tincture with rabbit cabbage.
  3. The Rosemary (Lepidium) plant also facilitates breathing and solves shortness of breath (regardless of the cause). Lepidium (Lepidium campestre) belongs to the cabbage family. It grows like a weed (grass). It is best to prepare a 10% tincture of lepidium with brandy. Leave for 2 to 3 weeks in a dry and dark place. Take 10 drops with water before each meal. This plant improves digestion, removes tumors and relieves pain (including joint pain). It works against toxins. Lepidium has been known since ancient times for the treatment of cancer. Even Avicenna recommended rosemary plant (lepidium) for these purposes. Avicenna also wrote that lepidium makes breathing easier. Lettuce (from the cabbage family) and a close relative of the lepidium, is another plant with a positive effect on breathing.

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