Do not discard garlic skins, it has these amazing remedies for your health.
Do you know that Russians never throw garlic skins?
They collect and store them for several reasons.
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It has been proven that garlic skin preparations are powerful rejuvenating remedies.
In addition, these preparations are involved in the problems of the cardiovascular system, bladder and kidneys.
They are also used to clean the body of toxins.
Russians use garlic skins to stay in shape, improve circulation and cleanse the body.
Find out why this is the most magical asset!
Preparation to clean the body.
Make a decoction of 10 to 15 minutes of a teaspoon of ground garlic skin in a cup of water, then infuse for about thirty minutes, pass and drink;
One tablespoon three times a day for a month.
Take a ten-day break and then resume treatment twice in a row.
For rejuvenation Infuse three handfuls of garlic skin in three cups of water overnight, pass and drink;
two to three glasses a day for one to two months.
According to the recommendations, women should drink the mixture in the second half of the month and men in the first.
To prevent colds and flu Pour a handful of garlic skins on a very hot skillet and breathe the resulting smoke.
To be repeated daily for a week.
To strengthen your immune system, Eat a pinch of ground powder skins a day.
Urgent help in case of diarrhea Take a tablespoon of ground powder skins in one go.
Only do it for a day or two.
Warning: Garlic can not be used to prevent diarrhea because it can cause constipation.
Vapor bath; Take the skins of two cloves of garlic, put them in two cups of water and boil them.
When it boils wait five minutes, then add the zest of a lemon.
Do 20 minutes of steam bath.
Counter indications, Children up to twelve years; pregnant women; Diabetes, diseases of the thyroid gland and intestines; ulcer and ulcer of the intestine, hypotonia (low blood pressure in the arteries).
The garlic peels are rich in quercitrins which are plant flavonoids with strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antihistamine properties.
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