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   Jun 04

Sage Mix

Thyme 1 tablespoon raw pour 500 ml boiling water and steep in a warm place 1:00 tightly closed. Apply every other day for 1 tablespoons in the morning and at night. Thyme relieves spasms of cerebral vessels and has a calming effect. Sage Mix 90 grams of fresh sage, 800 ml of vodka and 400 ml of water. Insist on the light 40 deny in a closed glass container. Take a tablespoon mixed with water in the morning before eating. Tincture recommended for stimulating the nervous system. Eleutherococcus senticosus were collected during the sap flow (spring).

Bark and roots are ground and poured vodka in a 1:1 ratio. Insist in a warm place until the tincture is not yet will be dark and will not acquire a specific sweet scent. Taking the drug to 30 drops 3 times daily before meals. Eleutherococcus senticosus drugs reduce cholesterol, improve mental performance, reduce fatigue. Medicinal mixture – for treatment of atherosclerosis is preparing a mixture of onion and honey in a 1:1 ratio. Take 1 teaspoon 3-4 times a day for 15 minutes. before eating. – Get 4 kg.

celery (root to leaf), 400 g of garlic, 8 lemons, 400 g horseradish. All mince, add a glass or enamel bowl, tie the cheesecloth and put in 12 hours in a warm place (30 degrees), then 3 days in a cool place. After this period, squeeze the juice and take 1 dessert. l. 3 times a day for 15 minutes before meals. – During the day, for 3 doses to use a mixture of juice – 250 g of garlic – 60 g, pineapple and beet – 170, and finally, some of the principles of diet therapy: 1. Reduce total fat intake 2. Enrich the diet of foods rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (liquid vegetable oils, fish, poultry), which promotes a moderate reduction in blood pressure. 3. Increase your intake of fiber and complex carbohydrates (vegetables, fruits). 4. When cooking, replace butter in cooking. 5. Reduce consumption of foods rich in cholesterol: liver, egg yolk (in one egg yolk contains 250 mg), pork and mutton fat, fat meat.

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