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Cinnamon and Sage are Stronger than any Chemistry!

Updated: Feb 14

THESE 3 RECIPES should be kept forever for the whole family!

  • Many of us would prefer to sleep like a bear in the winter, because with it always comes the season of flu, colds, viruses and various inflammations. Then the doctor's offices are full of patients, and maybe it's better before you go there yourself to try some medicines of our grandmothers who used to drive the disease out of the house for centuries. Namely, one of the foods that we use every day in cooking has been a cure for a number of diseases for centuries.

  • Sage (Salvia officinalis) is especially good for throat, respiratory infections, as well as infections in the mouth.

It is also useful for stomach infections and intestinal problems, and also helps reduce fever, chills, and body aches that occur at the onset of colds and flu.

The Arabs, like the Chinese and Romans, believed that sage was the key to longevity. It has antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties.

  • On the other hand, it has been scientifically proven that cinnamon can kill most bacteria, even those resistant to standard antibiotics, and it also helps against Escherichia coli.

  • Just a teaspoon of cinnamon, research has shown, kills 99.5 percent of those bacteria in three days at room temperature.

So it would not be bad to try at least some of these recipes:

Sage brandy

  • Dip about 250 g of sage leaves in 1.5 liters of brandy, preferably grape brandy. Leave to stand for three weeks, strain, and mix with 1.5 kg of neutral acacia honey.

  • Pour into glass bottles and let stand for another three weeks. Shake occasionally, and when that time is up, drink a little every day.

Sage tincture for disease prevention

  • Put 20 grams of chopped sage leaves in a deciliter of 70% ethyl alcohol. Leave to stand in the warm for a month.

  • Strain and sleep in a bottle. Add 10 to 15 drops of tincture in a little water, juice, or tea three times a day. It is forbidden for pregnant women and children!

Sage and cinnamon against bronchitis

  • Melt two tablespoons of sugar, then pour half a liter of milk, as when making toasted milk.

  • When it boils, remove from the heat and add a teaspoon of chopped sage and half a teaspoon of cinnamon.

  • Leave to stand for ten minutes, then strain and drink three times during the day.

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