This Garlic Syrup Is 10 Times More Powerful Than Penicillin And Treats Many Diseases

Garlic syrup more effective than penicillin


Garlic is known as one of the most potent natural sources of health. It has numerous antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, and it has been used as an antibiotic for thousands of years. Garlic is also one of the most commonly used spices, and it is used in basically every cuisine of the world. Even though it adds amazing taste to savory dishes, garlic can be used more effectively; by processing it into syrup that is able to treat and prevent numerous heath issues and diseases.

Other ingredients used for making the syrup are also known for their positive impact on our health. There are only two of them; apple cider vinegar and raw honey. Due to the combination of potent healing nutrients, this syrup is considered to be 10 times more effective in preventing and treating inflammation than penicillin. The syrup can be used to treat various conditions, including flu, common cold, arthritis, gout, and many more.

How to make garlic syrup:

                You will need:

  • 8 cloves of garlic
  • 200ml apple cider vinegar
  • 200ml raw organic honey

Instructions:

Peel and wash the garlic first. Blend it, then mix it with the two other ingredients in a bowl. Stir the mixture for 30 seconds, in order to incorporate the garlic oil well with the ACV and honey. Store the remedy in a glass jar, keeping the jar in your fridge. Leave it in for 5 days, stirring it occasionally.

After the 5 day waiting period the remedy is ready for consumption. It is supposed to be mixed with warm water, by adding 2 tablespoons to a glass of warm water and consuming it on an empty stomach, first thing in the morning. The remedy should not be consumed without water, as it has a strong taste that can easily make you sick. You won’t lose any of its healing powers by mixing it with water. You will be protected from infections throughout the year with regular consumption of garlic syrup.



Source:http://healthyfoodstar.org/

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