Chronic fatigue is solved by teas and fruit mixtures
Every person has moments of chronic fatigue, especially during the change of seasons and periods of unusual weather for a certain age of the year. Chronic fatigue is accompanied by a feeling of apathy, drowsiness, exhaustion and weakness in the body and muscles. Proven folk recipes solve chronic fatigue syndrome (if it is not the result of a serious illness or more serious medical diagnosis).
8 homemade preparations that eliminate fatigue and chronic fatigue
- Rose hip tea – boil 5 spoons of fruits in a liter of water. Leave the tea for 8 hours to cool. Keep in a thermos bottle and drink during the day.
- Make a fruit mixture of dried apricots, lemons, cranberries, raisins, walnuts and honey. Keep in the fridge. Take one spoon several times a day.
- Mix lemon juice, honey and olive oil in a ratio of 1:1:1. Take one tablespoon of the mixture three times a day.
- Pour half a liter of brandy and 50 grams of cinnamon into a glass jar. Leave for 20 days in a dry and dark place. Take 15 ml twice a day for seven days.
- Pour half a liter of brandy and 100 g of chopped ginger root or ginger powder into a glass jar. Leave for 7 days in a dry and dark place. Take one spoonful twice a day for seven days.
- Pour two tablespoons of pine needles with 300 ml of water. Cook for 20 minutes on low heat. Strain and cool. Add 3 spoons of honey. Drink half a glass three times a day before meals.
- Pour one spoonful of dry chamomile flowers with one glass of milk. Cook for 2 minutes. Strain and add one spoonful of honey. Drink half an hour before going to bed.
- Pour one spoonful of St. John’s wort with a cup of boiled water. Leave for half an hour. Drink a third of a cup of tea in the morning, during the day and in the evening before going to bed.
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