Beetroot juice and raspberry syrup are excellent against the flu

Beetroot juice and raspberry syrup are excellent against the flu
The flu is a disease of the whole body, so the symptoms of the whole body are present (headache, fever, dry cough, a sudden rise in temperature during the first 24 hours and can last up to 7 days, muscle pain in any part of the body, especially in the legs, lower back and joints.The person is sensitive to light and has burning eyes).
A diet that helps fight the flu is homemade pickled vegetables (without preservatives and artificial additives, for example sauerkraut and sauerkraut water), red onions, garlic (add chopped garlic to a slice of low-fat bread), kohlrabi and turnips.

  1. The person should drink sauerkraut water, mulled wine, lemonade, teas and hot drinks.
  2. Beet juice and raspberry syrup (or raspberry juice) with the addition of warm water are excellent helpers against colds and flu.
  3. Thyme-disinfects the respiratory channels
  4. Red onion – disinfects the respiratory tract (boil 2 chopped red onions in half a liter of water for a few minutes and drink in small sips during the day).
  5. Oats – wash half a liter of oat grains and boil them for approximately 2 minutes in 2 to 3 liters of water. Strain and add milk and honey. Drink to strengthen the body during recovery from the flu.
  6. Elderberry (leaves or fruit), comfrey leaves, hawthorn, nettle – are a good choice of teas during the flu.
  7. High temperature is controlled by -garlic in soups, chamomile, lemon, wormwood, and beetroot juice (which is especially good for children).
  8. A compress with clay is an excellent compress for the stomach (during flu)
  9. Rub apple cider vinegar on your chest or drink diluted apple cider vinegar (2 small spoons in a glass of water).
  10. One glass of red wine a day protects against the flu. Add a liter of hot red wine to 6 dkg of melted sugar. Boil and then cool. Add 2 dcl of rum and vanilla. Pour into a bottle and drink against flu and colds.
  11. Tinctures of sage and arnica are useful. Add two or three drops of arnica tincture to tea or to a sugar cube. Cut sage leaves and dip them in alcohol. Strain after 8 days. Put one small spoonful of the resulting sage liqueur in a glass of water for gargling.
  12. Teas for sweating-chamomile, peppermint leaf, black elder flower or tea mixture.



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