Looking for a natural immune booster to fight off colds and flu? Keep a jar of honey infused garlic in your fridge. It’s cheap, easy to make and together honey and garlic make the perfect combination for helping you stay well. Both garlic and honey have thousands of years of history as medicinal remedies, and make a very potent combination together when consumed. This post takes you step by step through making your own honey infused garlic and tells you what to do with it when it's…
Garlic Honey Throat, Cold and Flu Remedy At the first sign of a sore throat, cold or flu, start popping honey infused garlic and try to eat one clove every hour or two all day long. Decrease the amount the next day, but continue to eat a couple of cloves a day until all better.
The benefits of traditional garlic soup have been known for years. Garlic soup has already shown his effects in treating flu, cold and Norovirus. All you need is garlic, red onion and thyme. In the past few years people tend to use natural remedies instead of antibiotics and other medications that are usually prescribed to …
Raw Garlic Is A Natural Remedy For Fighting Colds And Flus
The humble garlic offers powerful health benefits including anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties to combat colds and flu, and much more. Fermenting garlic adds healthy probiotics and offers even greater protective benefits. Making fermented garlic is really simple and here are five easy and delicious recipes for using your homemade, probiotic-rich garlic..
The Cure All... In a blender: 2 WHOLE bulbs peeled garlic 1 jalapeño (I remove most of the seeds and membrane) a few pinches of salt enough coconut oil to cover(approx. 6 oz.) blend this until fairly smooth It’s great as a spread on toast, or just by the spoonful. I like to use it as a base for salad dressing, adding some lemon juice and Bragg’s aminos. Also great in pasta sauces and soups.
An Italian Family Favorite. Bow-ties with Parsley Garlic Butter Sauce - Simple, Quick and Delicious! Looking for the best side dish to entertain? Wow your guests with a recipe that takes less than 15 minutes to make!