Before telling you my secret pickling recipe – which you can use for any vegetable that you may think of, I want to tell you all about the healing properties of pickled vegetables, such as pickled green tomatoes, cauliflower, and white cabbage. So, without further ado… Pickled Green Tomatoes – Hepatoprotective & Anticancer Effects When they are consumed in their natural raw state, the green tomatoes are toxic to the body, affecting our liver and our nervous system. However, when you consume pickled green tomatoes, something truly amazing happens: the toxic substances are inactivated, and those with therapeutic value
Love it or hate it, there’s just no other way when it comes down to eating licorice root. But to those who enjoy it…are doing a great favor to their body and health. Ancient Remedies with Licorice Root The Indian medicine, also known as Ayurveda, alongside the traditional Chinese medicine have been using it to successfully treat a number of different ailments: Sore throats Chest pains Hair loss Fortifying bones and muscles Alleviating liver problems Curing bronchitis and mouth ulcer Also, in Chinese medicine, licorice root is given to patients suffering from gastric ulcers 20 to 30 minutes before meals.
This milk has high anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help fight many diseases. So, the first thing in the morning after you have brushed your teeth: drink a warm cup of golden milk and just wait for the benefits to unfold. Now, let’s see how you can make it. Ingredients: 1/2 tablespoon of grated Ginger 1/2 tablespoon Turmeric Powder 1/4 tablespoon Cinnamon Powder One and Half Glass of Milk How to Make: Grate the ginger and turmeric. Boil the milk in a pan and then add the grated turmeric and ginger and bring to a boil. Now add black
Shockingly, over 60 million Americans suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). That’s almost 20% of the population! The victims of this disease usually have to deal with severe diarrhea or ulceration of the digestive tract. This makes life extremely difficult for them. Not to mention the embarrassing situation it puts you through… A patient told me how she once missed a job interview and almost couldn’t make it to her sister’s graduation because of it. But what causes IBS? Here are the main culprits to watch out for: a low fiber diet food allergies free radicals nutritional deficiencies stress leaky gut drugs and alcohol But Did
Did you know that nowadays Hashimoto’s disease still presents a complete and utter mystery to medical science? If you or a loved one are forced to deal with this condition, then make sure you read this article. You never know when it might prove to be of great help. And if you don’t have any related problems, then I recommend you maybe even print it and keep it saved somewhere. Because it might save your life one day. So let’s go back to answer the question in case: Why is Hashimoto’s considered to be an incurable problem? The answer is
1 in every 3 Americans have IT. Nearly 75 million people across the country suffer from it, and many don’t even know they have it. And it’s not for nothing that they call it the silent killer disease. High blood pressure is one of the most horrifying diseases out there, since it can increase the risk, and even onset FATAL heart diseases and strokes. These diseases are at the very top of the list of diseases that take the lives of millions of people. Every 4 minutes someone in the US dies of a stroke. Even more critical is the fact that each minute, more than one person in the United States dies
Not sure if you’ve used butterbur before, but if you haven’t then I strongly advise you to. Trust me when I tell you: it’s not for nothing that people call it the king of roots. Personal Story A few decades ago, while I was in my prime, I used to suffer from horrible, horrible migraines, which never seemed to go away. The pain used to move around and I just couldn’t even go to sleep. The tricky part was that when I would finally manage to fall asleep… then the pain would also disappear into the night. And then come
Here’s what you can do to accelerate the healing of your bruises: Immediately After It Happens Just apply a cold compress, an ice pack or anything that comes from your freezer on the affected portion of your skin. This will help reduce the swelling and minimize the damage. And if it’s just too cold for your skin, just wrap it up in a cloth. This will help you better tolerate the cold temperature of the ice pack. If you can, keep it on for up to a half hour and then take a break for up to 15 minutes. If