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    • The healthy herbal medicine BLOG Learn about my greatgrandma's secrets Home About The benefits of garlic Posted on February 20, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓ search here … Go Recent Posts I know there are many people out there who don´t like garlic. Who don´t like the smell and the taste of it. But you should consider all those benefits you can get from this wonderful vegetable. (Honestly saying even experts still discuss about it if garlic is a vegetable or a Spice. And i must tell you that i also don´t know the answer). The benefits of garlic A cocktail for a good start into the day Household remedy for insomnia (2) Household remedy for insomnia (1) The benefits of Sage Anyway it is well known that garlic helps in many ways. The ingredients of the tubers, shall be considered antimicrobial, antiinflammatory and antioxidant. Garlic can prevent against thrombosis, strokes, heart attacks and other cardiovascular diseases. The positive effect on the health would be reached by the contents Recent Comments of the tuber, such as the many vitamins (vitamins A, B, C), minerals (e.g., potassium and selenium), but also the valuable phytochemicals such as polyphenols or sulfides. In addition, garlic has a high content of adenosine, which is as a building block for cell metabolism is important. Archives
    • In addition, there is a positive effect of garlic on blood lipids. Thus, February 2014 several studies have clearly shown that the ingredients of the leek crop reduce blood lipid levels and therefore preventive against diseases of the blood vessels, such as atherosclerosis etc. Cholesterol levels can be significantly reduced by the total of regular garlic consumption. My great grandmother was a big fan of garlic. She wrote: “Eat garlic because it keeps you fit and young!” She advices that you should eat garlic in the evening then you will have a better effect. The reason for it is quite simple and logical. The Cholesterol level rises commonly during your sleep. If you ate garlic in the evening the Cholesterol level keeps low. There is also an advice for women who always suffer of having cold feet. If you eat garlic regularly your feet will not be cold anymore. Well, maybe it is time to order a Pizza with Garlic or Spagetthi aglio olio. Just try it! Name (required) Categories diet health health secrets herbal medicine household remedies natural medicine Uncategorized Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Email (required) Website Comment (required) WordPress.com
    • Submit » Tagged with: diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, natural medicine Posted in diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, natural medicine, Uncategorized A cocktail for a good start into the day Posted on February 20, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓ This is a very good advice for a cocktail which you can drink in the morning to make you fit and ready for the new day. It strengthens your Cardiovascular System, your Immune System and gives you
    • a boost for all the daily challenges you have to face: Take 1/4 Liter Tomatojuice, add 2 Tablespoons Linseed oil and ass a dash of Lemonjuice (or Limejuice). Stir well and drink sip by sip. If you repeat this for some days you will soon feel the result! Just try it out! Name (required) Email (required) Website Comment (required) Submit » Tagged with: diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, natural medicine Posted in diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, natural medicine Household remedy for
    • insomnia (2) Posted on February 20, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓ Another old household remedy (you will not believe but it was already used in the Middle Ages) is Onion-Milk. Here you can read now how it is to prepare: Add 0,25 Liter Milk into a Pot, peel 1 Onion and cut it in 2 halves. Warm the Milk on the Stove with low heat (Not boil it! just make it warm). Add the 2 halves of the Onion into the Milk (The 2 cuttings must face the bottom). Then let it brew for 15 Minutes. At the end put the Milk into a cup and enjoy it lukewarm. Just try it out! Name (required) Email (required)
    • Website Comment (required) Submit » Tagged with: diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies Posted in diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, Uncategorized Household remedy for insomnia (1) Posted on February 19, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓
    • I guess everyone had already sleepless nights in their life. It can be very unpleasant when you tossing and turning in the bed and you cannot fall asleep. And the more you search for sleep the lesser you will find sleep. There can be many reasons for it. One reason could be stress in the job or in the social environment. All these thoughts turn into fear, sadness and dejection which affects the night’s rest. Of course there are many more possibilities for insomnia. If it occurs more often you need to consult a doctor for making a check up. But if you are sleepless just from time to time you should not use sleeping pills immediately as there will be many side effects. There are different household remedies to make you sleep. One advice from my great grandmother is this: Take two Teaspoon fir needles and crush them roughly. Then put them into a cup and add boiling water and brew for 1 minute (please notice that it cannot be longer!). Then strain the fir needles and add some honey into the liquid. Drink it in sips when it is warm. Just try it out! Name (required)
    • Email (required) Website Comment (required) Submit » Tagged with: diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies Posted in diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies The benefits of Sage Posted on February 19, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓
    • Sage is found naturally on dry, calcareous hills in southern Europe, and northern Africa. In ancient times, it was one of the most highly esteemed of all plants because of its reputed health-insuring properties. An old adage reads, “How can a man die in whose garden sage is growing?” Its very names betoken the high regard in which it was held; salvia is derived from salvus, to be safe, or salveo, to be in good health or to heal; (hence also salvation!) and officinalis stamps its authority or indicates its recognized official standing. The name sage, meaning wisdom, appears to have had a different origin, but as the plant was reputed to strengthen the memory, there seems to be ground for believing that those who ate the plant would be wise. Because of their highly aromatic odor sage leaves have long been used for seasoning dressings, especially to disguise the too great lusciousness of strong meats, such as pork, goose and duck. It is one of the most important flavoring ingredients in certain kinds of sausage and cheese. In France the whole herb is used to distill with water in order to secure essential oil of sage, a greenishyellow liquid employed in perfumery. About 300 pounds of the stems and leaves yield one pound of oil. Sage has many benefits. Most important is that it can help when you have a sore throat and when you are sweating a lot, especially during the night. My great grandmothers advice for reducing sweating would be this: Take 1 Liter of water and add 3 Tablespoons of Sageleaves. Boil the water for 3 minutes (Be careful and don’t leave the pot alone). Then you strain the liquid and drink a glass. The rest of the water you drink during the day. Repeat this for several days. You will soon feel the result. Just try it out! Tagged with: diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies Posted in diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies
    • Household remedies when you caught a cold Posted on February 18, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓ Do you often suffer from having a cold and have a cough? Do you have a running nose easily during the cold season? Does it make you feel sick and uncomfortable and you don’t want always take strong medication to get rid of those health problems? Then i can give you an old household remedy as suggestion. My great grandmother gives this advice: Take 1 Tablespoon of honey and 1 Teaspoon of horseradish. Mix it well and eat it several times a day. Continue with this for a few days. Very soon you will see that your medical condition improves. Just try it out! Tagged with: diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies Posted in diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, Uncategorized Reducing the hunger Posted on February 18, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓
    • Did you also try different diets? Sometimes you spent a wealth for expensive pills and diet drinks etc. So did i. Sometimes with success, sometimes with less success. Of course we all know that the best thing to keep in shape is to be active and to have a balanced diet. There is different foodstuff to reduce the hunger. One fruit of it is the honeydew melon. Eat from time to time slices of a honeydew melon as snack. It includes lot of water, vitamins, minerals and makes you feel full. May great grandmother also had this advice for reducing hunger: Drink every hour (starting from 9 am until 6 pm) a glass warm water with a dash of lemon juice inside. You will see, it makes you feel great. Just try it out! Tagged with: diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies Posted in diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, Uncategorized Prevent High Bloodpressure Posted on February 17, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓
    • Many people suffer from high blood pressure. This can cause many health problems and is leading to many diseases. If you have high blood pressure, it can cause a variety of problems, including: Artery damage and narrowing Aneurysm Coronary artery disease Enlarged left heart Heart failure Ministroke Stroke Dementia Mild cognitive impairment Kidney failure Kidney scarring Kidney artery aneurysm So what can be done to prevent high blood pressure? My great grandmother suggested to drink a glass of red beed juice daily. A recent study on athletes found also that the consumption red beet juice caused very distinct performance enhancements for endurance as well as for high-intensity running bouts. Just try it out. Tagged with: diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies Posted in diet, health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, Uncategorized The benefits
    • of cucumbers Posted on February 16, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓ I am sure you made this experience already before. It is very hot outside and the heat makes you feel very down, dizzy, tired and worn out. Your energy level is very low and how often you refresh yourself you still feel very hot. My great grandmother used a simple trick to refresh herself on hot days. She ate cucumbers. Either raw or as salad with a yoghurt dressing. The cucumber consists of 95% water and inside there are a lot of minerals and vitamins included. Eating a cucumber has the same effect like drinking an electrolyte drink. The skin is very good if you have digesting problems. When you feel very full you should eat a few slices of cucumbers with skin and it will boost your lame digesting system. Last but not least there is a big effect for your skin. It is not just a joke to put slices of the cucumber on your face. Because of the high water content and its minerals, vitamins it has a very relaxing and refreshing effect for your skin. A cucumber is the perfect food for your skin. Have it for 15 minutes on your face and you feel like newborn. It is not a big deal to get the positive effects of a cucumber. Just try it out! Posted in health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, Uncategorized
    • My great grandmother Posted on February 16, 2014 by Miss Conceptions — Leave a comment ↓ My great grandmother I had the wonderful luck to see my great grandmother when she was still alive. I was just a small girl but I will always remember this old woman. She had a friendly face, a very pleased and happy smile and sparkling eyes although she was already in her late 80ies. She lived a dignified life and everyone respected her and the way she was like. The most amazing thing I can tell about her is her strength and good health also when she was already very old. She had to problems to hike long distances. She very often even preferred to walk half an hour longer instead of taking a bus or taxi. Her mind was always clear and her thoughts always focused. Today you would call such kind of woman a “Powerwoman”. Yes, indeed she was a Powerwoman, in every aspect of her life. For me, as small girl with just 8 years she was surrounded by a magical aura. In spite of the fact that she had white hair and many wrinkles in her face I was very fascinated of her. You may ask now why I write this all about her. The answer is simple: She had a huge knowledge of household remedies and she knew always what kind of herbal medicine could cure a specific disease. She was often outside in the nature and collected flowers, plants, herbs, fruits, vegetables etc. When someone told her about her health problems she always had an advice for this person how to cure with herbal medicine. She even wrote down in a notebook, you could say her personal diary what treatments are needed to cure a disease or to keep fit and healthy. I am lucky to be in possession of her notebook. It is very worn out and her writing is very hard to read and it took me a lot of time and effort to rewrite it but finally I was able to do it and I would be very happy to share some secrets of her with you. Posted in health, health secrets, herbal medicine, household remedies, Uncategorized Older posts
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