The main ingredients of this recipe are fresh horseradish, non-sprayed lemons with peel and honey. It has already been a lot said about honey and lemon, so we will now, before prescription, briefly refer to horseradish.
Horseradish (lat. Armoracia rusticana) is a herb with perennial green leaves, white roots and pungent taste. He comes from the Mediterranean and the Western Asia. In the diet is the most commonly used root of horseradish, but often extremely tasty and slightly spicy young leaves of the plant too.
Due to its composition (vitamin C, potassium, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, iron, calcium, vitamin B2, magnesium, phosphorus …) horseradish besides gourmet is exceptional good as a medicament.
Its healing properties have been known since the ancient Greeks. Even 1500 years BC they used it to relieve back pain. For these days goes a saying: “Radish worth the weight of lead, silver – beet weight and horseradish weight of gold.”
Is an indispensable supplement to other dishes, especially with fatty foods because it helps easier to digest. Horseradish cleanses the body, improves metabolism, reduces fatigue, and is most recommended for diabetics. Stimulates reproduction and the development of beneficial bacteria in the bowels.
Many fat – but healthy
Juice of horseradish destroys bacteria dysentery, salmonella, tuberculosis, and many fungi that parasitize the human and plants. Enhances the function of digestion by stimulating the secretion of the gastric and intestinal juices, bile and enzymes from the pancreas. Horseradish stimulates the liver, stimulates the heart and circulation, and in addition, is an excellent diuretic and helps with rheumatism.
How to preserve fresh root?
Fresh roots can be used all year round, if it’s timely buried in moist sand or kept in the basement.
If you have a larger root, you can scrub the required amount and the rest of, wrap in aluminum foil and leave in the refrigerator in a box of vegetables.
If you want to have scrubbed horseradish remain fresh and after three weeks, mix with a spoon of sugar and 4 tablespoons of lemon juice or vinegar. In tightly closed jars, horseradish can stand in the refrigerator for 3 weeks.
The recipe for weight loss, by Dr. Stefanovska
How to make a balm of horseradish?
- 125 g of horseradish
- 3 non-sprayed lemons
- 3 tablespoons honey
– Mix 125 grams of horseradish.
– Take three lemons, cut them, remove the seeds from them, and combined with the peel mix them both, then mix it with before-mixed horseradish.
– In it, add three tablespoons of honey and mix well.
– Keep this balm in a sealed jar in the fridge.
– Take one tablespoon of balsam twice a day with meals.
– Take this balm for 3 weeks and see how waist circumference is reduced!