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The recipe you will learn today was created in medieval Europe and has been used ever since because of the powerful benefits of its ingredients.
To make this recipe, you will need the following: pepper, horseradish, garlic, turmeric, apple cider vinegar, onion, and ginger.
Pepper is good to boost your immune system while horseradish opens your lungs and clears the sinuses to improve your breathing.
Turmeric cleanses the body from infections, stops the production of cancerous cells, and eliminates signs of dementia.
Apple cider vinegar has an anti-inflammatory effect on the body and, together with ginger, helps regulate asthma and reduce high blood pressure.
Garlic and onion work together as an antibiotic to increase the number of good bacteria in the body. Isn’t it all amazing?
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This medicine has a strong and spicy taste that might leave a tingling sensation in your throat, but it can’t be diluted in water or it will lose its effects.
After drinking it, you can eat a piece of orange or some sweet fruit to get rid of the burning sensation.
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As you can see, making your homemade antibiotic is super easy and healthy.
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