In difficult times such as wars and economic crises, people have always resorted to nature by searching for and finding food. Few people know that there is nothing healthier than wild plants. Just by living in harmony with nature, you can achieve true health. Wild plants in your yard are a true treasure trove of vitamins and minerals essential to the human body.
Most of these herbs are considered “herbs”, but if you make them properly, you will receive free and delicious foods that can restore your full body strength.
Nettle strengthens immunity
Nettle is a medical herb and is extremely useful and people mistakenly treat it as herbs. It is known to contain large amounts of iron, magnesium, sodium, calcium, potassium and phosphorus. Combining them is essential for the body’s health and balance.
Nettle dye is very useful in autumn and winter. If you drink it daily, seasonal health conditions such as colds and coughs are very likely to pass.
What is nettle tincture? Anti-hair loss, to strengthen blood (anemia), to strengthen immunity, to release water from the body (natural diuretic), to treat rheumatism, gastrointestinal diseases, atherosclerosis, migraines, kidney diseases, urinary infections and relieve allergies, allergies and eczema on the skin.
Dissolve about 10 to 15 points of dye in water and drink three times a day, usually before the meal. Or, if there are problems with hair loss, a few times a week, a few drops of dye, massage into the scalp, then rinse it after a few minutes.
Only two ingredients are needed for tincture: nettle and brandy. Nettle is harvested using a tree and root, so feel free to write as much as you want. Wash well at home, then cut it into small pieces with a knife. The minimum amount required is 2 full cups. The second ingredient is a liter of brandy, preferably zombie, komuvia. Place the chopped pieces in the brandy barat and close tightly. Very closed, the jar must stand for 15 days.
During this time, it is necessary to move the contents several times. After two weeks, the dye should be filtered through a strainer or thick gauze.
Keep the dye in a dark glass bottle, not in a bright and sunny place. Also, there is no need to store it in the refrigerator, but keep it at room temperature.
they call glamour, shower, shower and gate. The real star among the wild plants is – vanity, Portulaca oleracea. Vanity is a real treasure trove of omega-3 fatty acids necessary for our health. There is a good chance that this plant will grow in your backyard now because, according to statistics, it is the most widespread herb in the world.
Tust is a miniature plant, with succulent meatleaves and red stems. It grows as a wild plant in the squares, along rivers, streams, canals and forest edges. It is resistant to high and low temperatures and drought, and thrives on poor soils.
It is an excellent source of antioxidants, vitamins C, A, B, E and omega-3 fatty acids.
In addition to the abundance of omega-3 fatty acids, vanity contains: six times the vitamin E of spinach, seven times the beta-carotene of carrots, and 25 mg of vitamin C per cup (20% of recommended daily consumption) of magnesium, calcium, iron and vitamin B2. Potassium, phosphorus and manganese.
Vanity is very useful if you have urinary or digestive problems. It has antifungal and antimicrobial activity. It is also useful in skin diseases – it has a positive effect on acne, psoriasis and burns.
Its leaves and small legs are perfect in salads and sandwiches. Pustin is rich in pectin, so it can be used to condense soups and stews.
Another on our list but no less important is nettle – urtica dioica. Beneath its leaves is a hidden hair that contains a combination of compounds including histamine, serotonin and acetylcholine. If you touch them, the hair pours this juice on the skin causing its glow. That’s why most of us cook nettle before eating it.
However, nettle can also be used raw – you can also remove solid chemicals by immersing them in cold water.
Nettle contains a high degree of iron, potassium, manganese, calcium, vitamins A, C, D and K. one cup of nettle provides you with 1,790 IU of vitamin A, equivalent to 300% of the recommended daily intake.
Our recommendation for a delicious meal is nettle soup. Sprinkle onions and some onions from garlic and then add nettle and carrots. Cook briefly and at the end, add a handful of rice and spices.
This delicious broth will do the right thing for your body.
The most consumed portions of nettle are the leaves and their root.
We mentioned only a few wild plants, you can use them as food and medicine. In fact, there are many. Several thousand wild plants are described in the literature. We recommend that new foods be introduced to the menu gradually. Learn how to get to know wild plants well before you start using them.
And when you get to know them well – there’s no end to the imaginary and healthy meals on your table