Bury the horseradish root in moist sand to keep it always fresh

Bury the horseradish root in moist sand to keep it always fresh
Horseradish is a winter vegetable with exceptional medicinal properties. We use chopped horseradish root as a spice or in combination with honey as an excellent lung cleanser. Herbalists and phytotherapists around the world are constantly searching for new medicines, mixtures, tinctures and elixirs that have healing properties and can be an excellent complementary therapy (in addition to existing medical therapy).
Horseradish is a spice that removes fatigue and is an excellent addition to fatty foods
Horseradish is a spice that contributes to better digestion and speeding up metabolism. Horseradish removes fatigue, lowers blood sugar and cleanses the body of accumulated toxins. It is recommended mostly for people with diabetes.
Fresh horseradish root can be used throughout the year
Bury the horseradish root in moist sand to keep it fresh throughout the year. Or store horseradish root in a dark and cool place.
Grate the horseradish root and wrap it in aluminum foil
You can also keep horseradish root in a vegetable box, but for a maximum of one month.
Horseradish root, garlic and beer lower blood sugar levels. Choose fresh horseradish root about 20 cm and 2 cm thick. Wash the root but do not remove the skin. Take a glass jar of 1 liter. Finely chop the horseradish and put it on the bottom of the jar. Wash and peel 9 pieces of garlic. Chop the garlic and put it in a jar. Pour fresh beer over the vegetables. You will need less than 1 liter of beer because you will be pouring the beer until the jar narrows. Cover the jar with the original lid or cover it with a cloth. Keep in a dark place for 10 days. Natural medicinal ingredients from horseradish, beer and garlic will be extracted during 10 days. Use the elixir according to the scheme. Take one spoon 2 to 3 times a day for two days and one spoon three times a day for the following days. The mixture is always used before eating.

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