The ideal remedy for respiratory and lung infections: Macerate of thyme with honey

The ideal remedy for respiratory and lung infections: Macerate of thyme with honey
An anti-inflammatory and a natural antibiotic, effective for respiratory diseases, ranging from simple sore throat, cough, laryngitis, pharyngitis, to lung disease. Treat respiratory infections with honey and thyme!

→ THYME MACERATE WITH HONEY ←
→ Natural Antibiotic and Anti-Inflammatory ←
→ How to make thyme honey !? ←

👉 Benefits and properties of thyme macerate with honey:
► Main properties:
• antimicrobial, bactericidal, bacteriostatic;
• antibiotic;
• antiviral;
• anti-inflammatory;
• antitussive;
• spasmolytic;
• antioxidant;
• immunostimulatory tonic;
• regenerative;
• laxatives,
• antifungals.
► Ideal for respiratory and lung infections:
• good in respiratory infections, lung diseases (treats bronchitis, cough, sore throat, hoarseness, pharyngitis, laryngitis);
• effective antifungal effect against aspergillus spores;
• good expectorant;
• calms and relaxes the neck area;
• attenuates local inflammation;
► Supports the digestive system:
• stimulates metabolism;
• good in intestinal fermentation, bloating, flatulence, digestive infections, nausea and diarrhea;
• laxative;
• adjuvant in the treatment of abdominal colic, dyspepsia and hemorrhoids;
• good in case of intoxication;
► Supports the cardiovascular system:
• supports heart health;
• regulates hypotension;
• good in circulatory disorders
• good in peripheral circulatory failure;
► Supports the nervous system:
• tonic on the nervous system;
• good for headaches, migraines;
• combats mental and physical fatigue;
► Recommended in rheumatic diseases:
• reduces inflammation in the body;
• beneficial in rheumatism, gout, sciatica;
► Others:
• good for oral hygiene;
• good in dental pain;
• good in edema;
• helps the body fight infections;
• adjuvant in cold and flu, fever;
• increases immunity and resistance to infections;
• prevents skin aging, being rich in vitamin E;
• good for eyesight, due to vitamin A;
• antioxidant that destroys free radicals;
• rich in vitamins: E, B3, B6, C and A;
• rich in minerals: iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium;
• contains fiber, phytochemicals, tannins, essential oil, terpenes, flavonoids and saponins;
• contains thymol, an active compound that gives the plant anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant properties (+ unique aroma and smell);

👉 Administration / How to consume ?:
→ It can be consumed as such, either honey mixed with thyme or you can filter and consume only the liquid part (filtered honey)! We recommend consumption together (honey and plant), with slow administration, possibly under the tongue. If you used whole thyme sprigs, at the end you can mix them in honey with a wooden spoon. They will break quickly and it is good to consume them together with honey, possibly keep them in your mouth until they soften / dissolve easily.
→ Take 1 tablespoon 3 times a day, preferably 30 minutes before meals. After administration, try to keep the maceration in the throat as much as possible, thus delaying swallowing. This will act as a soothing for the throat.
→ In children, the amount will be halved!
→ After cures of 1-2 months, breaks of at least 2 weeks are recommended!

👉 See the remedy / recipe step by step and on site (thyme soaked in honey):
https://old-cures.com/remedies/macerate-of-thyme-with-honey–281

👉 Video browsing:
0:00 Intro
0:18 Ingredient
0:24 Preparation
1:16 Administration
1:42 Benefits and Properties
2:10 Preservation, validity
2:24 Observations
3:11 Final

#coughremedies #thymewithhoney #lungremedies

You May Also Like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.