These home remedies for the preparation of syrups, have passed from generation to generation until it reaches us.
Including natural syrups are fighting, so common ailments such as hoarseness, nasal congestion and sore throat. Here are some of these syrup.
Watercress syrup cough Chop watercress leaves in a blender until they are reduced to liquid (if necessary add of3 to 4 teaspoons of water). Strain and add three teaspoons of honey brown. Store in refrigerator in a dark glass container. Thus active properties will be more effective when you are ingesting. Take a spoonful of the syrup three times a day.
Strawberry syrup for sore throat. Beat three teaspoons of honey brown and five large strawberries. Then take the fire until the consistency of syrup. No strain. Take one tablespoon three times a day.
Pineapple syrup for hoarseness and sore throat cut half the pineapple into slices and put into a mold with three teaspoons of sugar or honey. Let stand for one hour. Bring the fire until golden brown. Take one tablespoon twice a day. If desired, you can supplement the use of this syrup with the consumption of a piece of pineapple.
Lemon syrup and garlic to the irritation of the throat. Shelling 6 cloves of garlic and extract the juice of 1 lemon and 1 onion. Whisk the ingredients in a blender with a glass of cold boiled water. Add three tablespoons of honey brown. Strain and pour into a dark glass container. Take one tablespoon three times a day. Store in the refrigerator and take one tablespoon three times a day.
Ginger syrup cold scraping Place 1 cup and a tablespoon of ginger (root can be cooked) in a container with a cup of water. Bring the fire. When it begins to boil, add a piece of cooked grouse and a slice of pineapple chopped o1 / 2 cup of the juice of this fruit. Let the fire until it acquires a thick consistency and straining. Store in a glass container and, if possible, in the refrigerator. Take three tablespoons daily.
Horseradish syrup asthma and bronchitis Wash two radishes. To each, cut the top and then do the same with the base, cutting enough that the radish is left standing. Remove the pulp from the center, making a cavity. Knead the center and mix with two tablespoons of honey. Fill the cavity of each radish with this preparation. Cover and let stand for 24 hours. Strain and pour the syrup into a dark glass container. Store in refrigerator. Use one tablespoon three times a day although you may also add the juice of 1 / 2 lemon when I go to eat.
Syrup and ginger lemon against colds and flu Wash and cut lemon into quarters, reserve. In a small saucepan, bring the fire half a glass of water and three tablespoons of brown sugar until it forms a caramel. Add the lemon stirring well. Add five cloves of India, 1 tablespoon ginger striped and a cinnamon stick. Boil a little more water for approximately 5 minutes. Add three mint leaves and remove from heat and cover. Let stand twenty minutes you’re ready Take one tablespoon lukewarm in the morning and before bed.
Expectorant syrup Mix half teaspoon of cayenne pepper, two tablespoons honey, 1 / 4 cup apple cider vinegar and 1 / 4 cup water. Take 3 tablespoons per day.
Syrup for colds and flu Simmer one tablespoon of horseradish and a mustard seed in a cup of boiling water for 20 minutes. Strain and add enough honey to form a syrup. Take 2 times daily.
Turnip syrup bronchitis Wash against a turnip and cut into strips. Reserve 1 / 2 cup brown sugar. In a bowl, alternate layers, so that it is a turnip a sugar and so on. Cover with a cloth and let stand for 12 hours. Verify that forms a kind of sweet at the bottom. Strain and store in refrigerator. Take every day in the morning and before bed, a spoonful.
Passion fruit syrup for cough and sinusitis Wash and four two passion fruit mint leaves. Cut the passion fruit in the middle and remove all the pulp. Bring all ingredients to the fire and mix to form a molasses. Allow to cool. Strain and put the syrup in a dark glass container. Store in refrigerator. Take one tablespoon three times a day. If you wish, add the juice of half a lemon when I go to eat.
Onion and lemon syrup against bronchitis Shelling an onion and cut into slices. Place in a glass vase. Cover with 1 / 2 cup honey and add the juice of two lemons. Mix well. Cover and let stand for 24 hours. Strain and put the syrup in a dark glass container. Store in refrigerator. Take one tablespoon three times a day.
Syrup to combat persistent dry cough Simmer one teaspoon of anise seeds and other dried thyme in two cups of water for ten minutes (if you wish, you can include a teaspoon of licorice and horehound). Strain and then add a cup of brown sugar in hot liquid. Take warm three times a day.