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Save The Recipe – Due To Pressure From Pharmacists, It Is Erased! Healing Syrup From Nettle

Nettle is one of the healthiest plants in the world. It is used to treat many diseases.

Nettle are extremely rich in protein, protein, carbohydrate, fat, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamins A, B2, K, carotene, pantothenic acid, and so on.

If you want to improve your blood counts, use nettle!

It also has a strong effect on the pancreas and can help lower blood sugar, and can treat urinary tract irritation and stimulate the bowel movement.

Nettle is commonly used as a means of: blood purification, anemia, rheumatism, fever, excessive urination, tuberculosis, bronchitis, joint diseases, kidney stones, wound healing.

If you have a low level of iron in your body and feel fatigued and stressed, nettle is exactly what you need! Nettles contain a lot of iron and successfully used in cases of anemia. After a while of using nettles, you will feel more energetic and healthy.

So, to collect and prepare this recipe, you are advised to do so somewhere in the meadows, in the countryside, and all the unhealthy industry.

Here is a recipe:

Ingredients required:

– 40 nettle tops ( from young plants)

– 5 cups of sugar

– 12 cups of water

– 5 lemons

When collecting nettles, you should be careful to take only the top of the nettle and the three leaves underneath it. Make sure you do not collect the whole plant.

After collecting the desired amount of nettle, wash it several times. Wash the lemons, cut it into slices and add them to a bowl filled with cold water. Then add nettles.

Cover the bowl and leave it at room temperature for at least 24 hours. After 24 hours, mix and add sugar. Stir well enough until the sugar completely dissolves. The mixture is ready, put it in the glass jars, close it well and store it in the fridge.

Drink it instead of water and keep in mind that drinking time is not limited. You can drink while it is the nettle season and can be dried for winter use.

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