Always present in our food, owner of a remarkable flavor and smell, with a friendly price and easy to be found. We’re talking garlic! Which is so common in our kitchen, it ends up being used only as a seasoning. The garlic tea contains all the benefits that brings spice to the body, such as the properties anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, simply and quickly. So get a pencil and paper and write down the recipe and make yourself some tea as soon as possible.
About garlic and its benefits
Garlic works as an aid in the treatment of various diseases such as thrombosis and arteriosclerosis, and acts in the body as an expectorant, as a peripheral vasodilator (helping those who have problems with varicose veins), as a cholesterol combatant, fungicide and as an antibacterial.
Very indicated to help in treatments against heart problems, garlic also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, fighting the aging of cells and organs.
Allicin, the essential oil that gives garlic its characteristic smell, is found in large quantities in it and has the benefit of speeding up the metabolism, thus increasing the body’s burning of calories. Studies are currently being carried out to prove that garlic also works as an appetite suppressant and increases the feeling of satiety.
How to prepare tea
There is also a recipe known as “ The garlic cure ”, as it enhances the medicinal effects of the plant and helps fight various diseases.To make garlic tea in the usual way, just put a crushed garlic clove in a cup and pour very hot water into the cup, which should be smothered for ten minutes. The tea should be sweetened with honey and drunk while still warm, preferably every 12 hours.
To make the recipe, just follow the steps below:
Blend a liter of water, 30 cloves of peeled garlic and three chopped lemons in a blender.
Continue beating until the mixture becomes a homogeneous paste, then place everything in an enamel pan, or any other non-metallic utensil, and heat. Turn off the heat before it comes to a boil and store it in the refrigerator, in a pot or in a bottle. Take one cup daily on an empty stomach.
It should also be noted that large amounts of garlic are not recommended for lactating women, and for people who have stomach problems and ulcers.