Monday, November 3, 2014

Garlic for Home Remedies


Garlic is a plant originally from plateau area, now there are certain kinds that can be grown in the lowlands.
Garlic is well developed at an altitude of 200-250 meters of land above sea level.

Curable Disease: 
Hypertension, asthma, coughs, colds, headache, jaundice, shortness of breath, dropsy, hemorrhoid, constipation, bruising, abscesses, sharps injuries, insect bites, worms, sleeplessness. 

How to Use Medicines:

1. Hemorrhoid
Ingredients: Bulbs of garlic. 
Method: Bulbs of garlic finely ground, squeeze,  take the water. 
How to use: Applied around the rectum every day. 

2. Asthma, Cough, Fever and Cold 
Ingredients: 3 pieces of garlic , I tablespoon of honey and sugar cubes. 
How to make: Garlic finely ground, then mixed together with other ingredients until blended, filtered water. 
How to use: drink every morning until healed. 

3. Contusion New Wounds Due to injury by a knife or Punche
Ingredients: Garlic and I tablespoon of honey. 
How to make: Garlic finely ground. 
Give one tablespoon of honey. Stir until evenly distributed. 
How to use: Applied on the wound. 

4. New Wounds in contact with Rusty Sharp Objects 
Garlic bulbs burned. Dip into coconut oil after it is finely ground. 
Apply on the wound. 

5. Getting rid of pinworms and Stomach Worms 
A few pieces of garlic peeled and washed. 
eat immediately. 

6. Constipation 
Ingredients: Yogurt, garlic and onion sufficiently. 
How to make: two ingredients finely ground. Juicing for take water, then stir until evenly distributed and filtered. 
How to use: Drink. 

Chemical Ingredients: 
From the bulb of garlic per 100 grams contains: 
Protein at 4.5 grams - 0.20 grams of fat - carbohydrate  23.10 grams - 0.22 milligrams of vitamin Bl - vitamin CI 5  milligrams - calories 95 calories - 134 milligrams phosphorus - calcium  42 milligrams - 1 milligram of iron and 71 grams of water. 

Besides, there is some research that says  that the garlic bulbs contain active substances awcin, awn, alinase enzymes, germanium, sativine, sinistrine, selenium, scordinin, nicotinic acid.

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