Natural Cures From Chinese Literature
Modern chinese medicine thinks that garlic contains a wide spectre of antibiotics and other healing factors, so itвЂ™s used to treat the following diseases:
a) Against ill breathing organs itвЂ™s recommended for:
Coughing, sore throat, hoarseness, asthma and bronchitis, and the cure is prepared as follows:
– Freshly squeezed garlic juice, mixed with honey. Take 1 spoon of it every 4 hours. In the case of bronchitis donвЂ™t use bread, but you can consume rice, potatoes etc.
– For serious cases of coughing and chronic bronchitis use garlic syrup, which is prepared as follows:
Take 50 g of finely sliced garlic and pour half a cup of hot water and leave in a sealed container for 10 hours. When the syrup is drained, add a spoon of vinegar and beat along with honey until it becomes a syrup.
b) For inflamed tonsils prepare a tea in the following way: In 1 l of hot water put 50 g of sage and a spoon of fresh garlic juice. After 10 minutes drain the tea and take 1 coffee cup 4 times a day.
If the nose is stuffed, itвЂ™s good to put some sliced garlic and a spoon of vinegar in half a liter of hot water, and then to inhale the steam. This procedure should be done multiple times.
Chinese herb which grows exclusively in china, beside the great wall of china. The same one has special properties that extend the life expectancy and heals a lot of diseases that other herbs cannot.
ThereвЂ™s a chinese proverb about human longevity, that goes along the lines of ‘Keep a quiet heart, sit like a tortoise, walk sprightly like a pigeon and sleep like a dog.’.
Sciatica, lumbago, rheumatism, various aches
The cover is prepared in the following way: One hops is put into a cloth case and is sealed (leave enough space for when the hops is bubbling), the case is put into a container with a bit of water for a couple of minutes, then itвЂ™s taken out, drained a bit and then put on the painful area. The case is covered with a dry towel, and keep it there for some time, and when itвЂ™s getting cold do the process again.