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Ears, berries and arrows are worth keeping at hand

Colorful, excellent, and especially healthy, autumn fruits are all around us. How to use their curative potential while enjoying it?

Feelings not just for pain

Berry berries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins B and C. They support the immune system and mild inflammation. It is these properties that are used to treat the flu and the symptoms that accompany it. Many people also consume labia for relieving neuralgia (nerve pain) and treating chronic fatigue syndrome. They also contain potassium, which we need, for example, for the proper functioning of blood vessels. Lacing is also often attributed to a positive effect on blood lipid levels. You must not eat raw!

In-syrup syrup
For 500 ml of syrup you will need:
1 cup of fresh or ¾ cup of dried,
3 cups of water,
2 tablespoons of freshly chopped ginger,
1 teaspoon of cinnamon,
1 teaspoon of cloves,
16 tablespoons of honey.

Brush, water, ginger, cinnamon and cloves put in a pot and bring to boil. On a moderate heat cook for 45-60 minutes.
Then sweep the contents of the pot over the fine sieve.
Add honey and mix thoroughly.
Pour the syrup into sealing containers.
In the fridge the syrup will last 2-3 weeks. For longer durability it can be cooked.

Cancer against cancer

These small red berries contain surprisingly many different health benefits. Among them, for example, vitamin C or fiber. They are valued for their high antioxidant content that helps prevent, for example, heart or cancer. The berries strengthen immunity, act antibacterially, promote digestion and the health of the respiratory system.

Jelly jam
For 5 glass jam (250 ml) you will need:
1 kg of berries,
500 g of gelling sugar (2: 1 ratio),
1 lemon (lemon peel and squeezed juice)
150 ml of water.

Put the berries and 150 ml of water in the pot. Spray for a moderate fire for about 20 minutes.
Add sugar, lemon juice and lemon peel. Boil for another 5 minutes.
Divide the jam into the jars, tightly close and cool.

Darts will strengthen digestion

Fresh darts contain a large amount of vitamin C. It is therefore best suited to prevent flu and cold. Darts are also used in stomach problems and intestinal diseases, gallbladder, kidney and urinary tract diseases. They can also help reduce high blood pressure and normalize blood lipid levels. They strengthen the body's defenses and facilitate weight loss.

Dart Tea
For best results, use fresh arrows. Of course, it is also possible to use dried. Stir or mix the arrows and pour with cold water (approximately 20 g of arrows per 1 liter of water). Let the leech be the next day. Before serving, warm the tea slowly. Finally, strain it through a thick sieve. The tea prepared in this way preserves important vitamins and heats during cold autumn nights.

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