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    Anonymous

    Traditional Protection From Viruses and Colds

    Today we rely a lot on modern medicine in form of pills and supplements and essentially there is not…

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    Anonymous

    Nice stuff everyone loves to consume no matter if sick or not.
    Nice post!

    #429002

    Anonymous

    #5 recipe – good when starving, not good for often use – liver damage possible. best thing to do to protect yourself from any kind of viruses – do not get a shot, let your immune system take care of it. and in winter time best medicine to prevent cold and viruses – tilia leaves tea – http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-illustration-tilia-leaves-flowers-linden-branch-medicinal-herbs-realistic-vector-illustration-image41298721

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    Anonymous

    aloe also good for burned skin( thermal or sun) and against furunkulus. garlic and onion – great preventive medicine, pine tree green cones jello too. if you are deep in forest – birch tree skin – great natural antibiotic against minor skin damage.

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    Boris V.
    Boris V.
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    @dedushka

    @Hortdlak had no idea Spruce is that dangerous if often used.

    #429009

    Anonymous

    There are many used in Belarus. Too many to mention.

    One of them is Plantago

    Plantago species have been used since prehistoric times as herbal remedies. The herb is astringent, anti-toxic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-histamine, as well as demulcent, expectorant, styptic and diuretic.[2] Externally, a poultice of the leaves is useful for insect bites, poison-ivy rashes, minor sores, and boils. In folklore it is even claimed to be able to cure snakebite. Internally, it is used for coughs and bronchitis, as a tea, tincture, or syrup.

    Another popular oones are honey and honey by-products such as propolis , bee pollen and Royal jelly (secreted by bee queen)Propolis has been used in traditional medicines for thousands of years.

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