Vitamin drinks from berries and herbs for immunity

It is already too late to strength­en immu­ni­ty in Octo­ber. If you do not want to get sick in autumn and win­ter, start act­ing now. Sum­mer is the best time to sat­u­rate the body with vit­a­mins so that it can with­stand the attacks of virus­es and microbes on slushy cold days.


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1. Cut 3 apples into slices, pour 3 liters of boiled water, cook for 10 min­utes over low heat, leave for half an hour, add a lit­tle hon­ey to taste.


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2. Take 1 part of black tea, 1 part of orange peels, 0.5 parts of lemon peels, pour boil­ing water (60 g of dry mix­ture — 1 liter of boil­ing water), leave for 5 min­utes.

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3. Brew 6 tea­spoon of black tea 0.5 liters of boil­ing water, leave for 5 min­utes, strain, cool, com­bine with an equal amount of black­cur­rant juice, pour into cups and dilute 1/3 with min­er­al water, add sug­ar to taste.


4. Take 2 parts of cran­ber­ries, 3 parts of rose hips and net­tle leaves. Mix the crushed raw mate­ri­als well, brew 4 tea­spoons of the mix­ture with a glass of boil­ing water, leave for 3–4 hours, strain and drink a glass 2–3 times a day.

black currant

5. Mix 1 part of black­cur­rant, 3 parts of net­tle leaves, car­rot root and rose hips. Brew 1 tbsp. col­lec­tion spoon with 2 cups of boil­ing water, boil for 10 min­utes, insist in a well-closed con­tain­er for 4 hours in a cool dark place, strain. Drink 1/2 cup 3 times a day.
6. Pour 2 tbsp. table­spoons of dried rowan berries in a ther­mos 0.5 l of boil­ing water, leave for 1–2 hours, strain and drink 1/3 cup 3 times a day as a ton­ic.



7. Rasp­ber­ry branch­es can be cut both in sum­mer and win­ter. Fine­ly chopped branch­es (1–2 table­spoons) dip into a glass of boil­ing water, boil for 7–10 min­utes, then leave for 2 hours. Take 1–2 sips every hour through­out the day.

Source: Home Doc­tor mag­a­zine


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