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Hrean la borcan

Hrean la borcan


The hardest part is grating horseradish. You have to arm yourself well with handkerchiefs, the window is open and at work.

Wash the horseradish roots (if they are full of soil), peel them, then wash again. Drain, let it dry a little, then put it on the grater with small holes .: D You can take a break from time to time, because it is very loud and you will cry hard.

In a bowl, put water, salt, sugar and vinegar. Quantities may differ depending on tastes. I gave them approximately, because I always taste and add a little more, either from one or the other. There must be a solution to your taste.

Fill the jars with the grated horseradish, thickening well, then pour the solution a little until it reaches the mouth of the jar. Cover and store in the refrigerator. Once the jar is opened, if it is consumed for a longer time, it loses its strength. But it's ok and so, it has nothing.

Good appetite!


Horseradish properties

Horseradish is part of the cruciferous family, along with cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. All these vegetables are famous for their powerful anti-carcinogenic properties.

From a medicinal point of view, horseradish root acts as a powerful antibiotic, as an antibacterial, expectorant, bronchodilator, heart tonic, liver and spleen tonic, detoxifier and stimulator for the liver, coronary vasodilator, stimulator for blood circulation and the immune system, anti-inflammatory, antiparasitic (deworming), anti-anemic, antiscorbutic, antioxidant, and diuretic.

Horseradish is especially recommended for people who have poor blood circulation and suffer from high blood pressure, colds, sinusitis, respiratory diseases or rheumatism.


Horseradish with honey - recipe

We know about horseradish from ancestors that it can cure a wide range of respiratory problems that usually occur in winter or spring, at the onset of seasonal infections. In combination with honey, horseradish is easier to administer, safer for the stomach and more effective. It doesn't have a very pleasant taste, but from the first swallows, the nose instantly unclogs.

Mix 10 tablespoons of finely grated horseradish with 30 tablespoons of honey. Use an airtight jar. It is left to soak for 3-4 days, then it can be administered. From the first symptoms, take 1-2 teaspoons of maceration, 4 times a day.

The treatment can be stopped after the relief of the symptoms, or it can be done preventively for a month, or 20-40 days, depending on the severity of the symptoms. It can be resumed during the year whenever needed.


Beet and horseradish salad & # 8211 clean medicine

Beetroot is one of nature's great wonders for our health. It is one of the most powerful natural energy stimulants for the mind and body, due to its high iron content. Eating beets increases immunity and hemoglobin, and fights cancer.

Beet Salad & # 8211 Autumn Recipes

Beets can be eaten raw, or boiled, steamed, sauteed or fried. By squeezing, you get an intense red juice rich in iron, miraculous for the blood, heart and immune system. Beet juice is extremely strong, so it can be combined with carrot or apple juice. Beet borscht is a very popular traditional dish in Russia, Poland and Germany.

Beet and horseradish salad & # 8211 recipe

• 1 kg of beets
• 50 grams of horseradish
• salt and vinegar to taste

The healthiest and most nutritious beets small beets These are sweeter and easier to bake. The large beets are cut in half. Wash and wipe well with water, then bake in the oven for an hour and a half, using a tray or grill. When the fork enters the beets, it is cooked.

Remove from the oven and leave to cool. While it is still warm, peel it and then grate it through a large grater. Grate the horseradish and mix all the ingredients in a jar. When serving, you can also add olive oil, for a special taste. It goes well with steak, potatoes or plain.

Another recipe is made with beets boiled in water to cover it, with a little salt. let it boil for an hour and a half.

Beet and Horseradish Salad & # 8211 Recipe

Beet salad with vinegar and orange peel

• 1 kg of beets (small or medium)
• 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
• 2 teaspoons of sugar
• 1 teaspoon of grated orange peel
• black pepper, salt and a little olive oil

In a foil placed in the oven tray, place the beets well washed beforehand, and greased with oil and salt. Cover with another layer of aluminum, and bake for 1-2 hours, finally doing the test with a fork. Remove and leave to cool. Meanwhile, prepare the vinegar. Put the vinegar with the sugar on the fire, until the composition binds like a syrup.

Peel a squash, grate it and cut it into small pieces. Put in a bowl, and sprinkle with vinegar syrup. Season to taste with salt, pepper and orange peel. It can be served plain, or as a side dish.

1. Sweet, refreshing and filling, beets have zero trans fat and zero saturated fat. This means an extremely low caloric content. It is a sensational food, which satisfies hunger and the taste of something sweet at the same time, without an unwanted caloric intake that would affect our health.

2 . Beetroot contains magnesium, iron, phosphorus, sodium and calcium. It is also a food rich in fiber and Vitamin A, C and B.

3. Beets are rich in carbohydrates, which means that they are an instant source of energy. Unlike other processed foods that contain carbohydrates, beets do not fatten, but energize the body. It is considered by many nutritionists to be a formidable fuel for the human body.

4. Beets are a wonderful source of folic acid (Vitamin B9), needed for the production and maintenance of new cells. This is especially important for pregnant women or people who are recovering from an illness. Beetroot is the best way to take the required dose of folic acid, compared to dietary supplements, which do not get directly into the blood.

5. Beetroot fights colon cancer and heart disease due to the antioxidants it contains. Betacyanin is the pigment that gives beets their specific red color. This pigment is responsible for the anti-cancer effects of this vegetable.

6. Even raw beet leaves are good for health. They have been used since the time of Hippocrates to heal wounds.

7. Beets help cleanse the blood and colon, and strengthen the gallbladder and liver. Nutritionists recommend the consumption of beets and those affected by tumors, blood diseases or leukemia.

* The advice and any health information available on this site are for informational purposes, do not replace the doctor's recommendation. If you suffer from chronic diseases or follow medication, we recommend that you consult your doctor before starting a cure or natural treatment to avoid interaction. By postponing or interrupting classic medical treatments you can endanger your health.


How to put horseradish in the jar for the winter and for what diseases to use it

How to put HREAN in the jar for the winter and for what diseases to use it. Horseradish can become a powerful medicine for the home pharmacy during the winter, if we take a little time to preserve it, preferably in the most natural way possible. You can use vinegar and salt as a natural preservative.

Horseradish properties: Horseradish is part of the cruciferous family, along with cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. All these vegetables are famous for their powerful anti-carcinogenic properties. From a medicinal point of view, horseradish root acts as a powerful antibiotic, as an antibacterial, expectorant, bronchodilator, heart tonic, liver and spleen tonic, liver detoxifier and stimulator, coronary vasodilator, stimulator for blood circulation and immune system, anti-inflammatory, antiparasitic (deworming), anti-anemic, antiscorbutic, antioxidant, and diuretic. Horseradish is especially recommended for people who have poor blood circulation and suffer from high blood pressure, colds, sinusitis, respiratory diseases or rheumatism.

Horseradish in a jar for the winter & # 8211 Ingredients: 1 kg of horseradish, 1 tablespoon of sea salt, 150-200 ml of vinegar
Preparation: Horseradish roots are peeled, washed and then grated on a grater. Or you can process them with the help of a robot, using a special scraping blade. Put all the grated horseradish in a large bowl. Add salt and then vinegar (not much, just enough to moisten the horseradish). Mix everything with your hands. The horseradish is then placed in glass jars, pressing by hand or with a spoon, so as not to leave air gaps. Place the lids tightly and keep cool. When you start a jar, be sure to keep it in the refrigerator, closing it tightly after each opening. Horseradish preserved in this way can be eaten as a side dish to salads, potatoes, meat, fish or other dishes, with boiled and grated red beets or with cream and yogurt.

Therapeutic indications: For therapeutic purposes, you can consume 1 teaspoon of grated horseradish, with a little honey, 2-3 times a day. Sinus infections - 1/4 teaspoon is kept in the mouth until the sharp taste diminishes stuffy nose in children - give the child a little grated horseradish to suck as an expectorant in: allergic rhinitis, persistent cough, asthma, lung disease - eat honey, or make an infusion with hot water bladder infections - mix 3-4 tablespoons of horseradish shaved with honey as a diuretic, edema - put from 20 grams of grated horseradish and 10 g of ground mustard seeds infused for 4 hours in 2 cups of boiling water consume 1 tablespoon, until the whole amount is finished in one day Excess water in the body indigestion, putrefaction in the digestive tract - consume 15-20 drops of grated horseradish juice, 3 times a day, between meals rheumatism, gout, arthritis, sciatica, joint pain, swelling - drink infusion horseradish, or apply a compress of grated horseradish (slightly preheated) on the spot painful, cover with a cloth

Grease the area first with lard or marigold cream, because horseradish can greatly irritate the skin frostbite - grease the affected area with lard, marigold cream or oil, and then apply heated horseradish heated before neuralgia - put grated horseradish in the palm and apply on the painful area

Precautions and contraindications
People with hypothyroidism, gastrointestinal disorders, stomach or intestinal ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome and severe kidney disease should avoid horseradish. It is also contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation. If you are on medication, seek medical advice before starting a horseradish treatment.

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Horseradish in a jar for the winter & # 8211 recipe

Ingredients

• 1 kg of horseradish
• 1 tablespoon of sea salt never before
• 150-200 ml of vinegar

Preparation

Horseradish roots are peeled, washed and then grated on a grater. Or you can process them with the help of a robot, using a special scraping blade.

Put all the grated horseradish in a large bowl. Add salt and then vinegar (not much, just enough to moisten the horseradish). Mix everything with your hands.

The horseradish is then placed in glass jars, pressing by hand or with a spoon, so as not to leave air gaps. Place the lids tightly and keep cool.

When you start a jar, be sure to keep it in the refrigerator, closing it tightly after each opening.

Horseradish preserved in this way can be eaten as a side dish to salads, potatoes, meat, fish or other dishes, with boiled and grated red beets or with cream and yogurt.


How to put horseradish in a jar for the winter and for what diseases to use it

How to put HREAN in the jar for the winter and for what diseases to use it. Horseradish can become a powerful medicine for the home pharmacy during the winter, if we take a little time to preserve it, preferably in the most natural way possible. You can use vinegar and salt as a natural preservative.

Horseradish properties: Horseradish is part of the cruciferous family, along with cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. All these vegetables are famous for their powerful anti-carcinogenic properties. From a medicinal point of view, horseradish root acts as a powerful antibiotic, as an antibacterial, expectorant, bronchodilator, heart tonic, liver and spleen tonic, detoxifier and stimulator for the liver, coronary vasodilator, stimulator for blood circulation and the immune system, anti-inflammatory, antiparasitic (deworming), anti-anemic, antiscorbutic, antioxidant, and diuretic. Horseradish is especially recommended for people who have poor blood circulation and suffer from high blood pressure, colds, sinusitis, respiratory diseases or rheumatism.

Horseradish in a jar for the winter & # 8211 Ingredients: 1 kg of horseradish, 1 tablespoon of sea salt, 150-200 ml of vinegar
Preparation: Horseradish roots are peeled, washed and then grated on a grater. Or you can process them with the help of a robot, using a special scraping blade. Put all the grated horseradish in a large bowl. Add salt and then vinegar (not much, just enough to moisten the horseradish). Mix everything with your hands. The horseradish is then placed in glass jars, pressing by hand or with a spoon, so as not to leave air gaps. Place the lids tightly and keep cool. When you start a jar, be sure to keep it in the refrigerator, closing it tightly after each opening. Horseradish preserved in this way can be eaten as a side dish to salads, potatoes, meat, fish or other dishes, with boiled and grated red beets or with cream and yogurt.

Therapeutic indications: For therapeutic purposes, you can consume 1 teaspoon of grated horseradish, with a little honey, 2-3 times a day. Sinus infections - 1/4 teaspoon is kept in the mouth until the sharp taste diminishes stuffy nose in children - give the child a little grated horseradish to suck as an expectorant in: allergic rhinitis, persistent cough, asthma, lung disease - eat honey, or make an infusion with hot water bladder infections - mix 3-4 tablespoons of horseradish shaved with honey as a diuretic, edema - put from 20 grams of grated horseradish and 10 g of ground mustard seeds infused for 4 hours in 2 cups boiling water consume 1 tablespoon, until the whole amount is finished in one day Excess water in the body indigestion, putrefaction in the digestive tract - consume 15-20 drops of grated horseradish juice, 3 times a day, between meals rheumatism, gout, arthritis, sciatica, joint pain, swelling - drink infusion horseradish, or apply a compress of grated horseradish (slightly preheated) on the spot painful, cover with a cloth

Grease the area first with lard or marigold cream, because horseradish can greatly irritate the skin frostbite - grease the affected area with lard, marigold cream or oil, and then apply heated horseradish before neuralgia - put grated horseradish in the palm and apply on the painful area

Precautions and contraindications
People with hypothyroidism, gastrointestinal disorders, stomach or intestinal ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome and severe kidney disease should avoid horseradish. It is also contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation. If you are on medication, seek medical advice before starting a horseradish treatment.


→ Tonic syrup

For children who have no appetite, this syrup can be prepared:

• 30 g of horseradish
• 300 ml of brandy
• 1 liter of boiling water
• 1.5 kg of raw sugar

Peel a horseradish root, finely chop and soak in brandy. After 7 days, add water and leave to infuse overnight. In the morning, add the sugar and simmer for 20 minutes, stirring constantly, until it reaches the consistency of a syrup. Take 2 tablespoons before meals.

People with hypothyroidism, gastrointestinal disorders, stomach or intestinal ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome and severe kidney disease should avoid eating horseradish. It is also contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation.

If you are on medication, seek medical advice before starting a horseradish treatment.

1. Nutrition and You, Horseradish nutrition facts: http://www.nutrition-and-you.com/horseradish.html

2. Wednesday, What Is Horseradish Good For? http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/05/30/horseradish-benefits.aspx

2. Marc Bosquet, HORSERADISH, 500 natural recipes for health and beauty, Nicol Publishing House, 2014, p. 51

* The advice and any health information available on this site are for informational purposes, do not replace the doctor's recommendation. If you suffer from chronic diseases or follow medication, we recommend that you consult your doctor before starting a cure or natural treatment to avoid interaction. By postponing or interrupting classic medical treatments you can endanger your health.


Ways of use

In case of cough, is very effective horseradish syrup, which is prepared like black radish syrup. The root is cut into slices and placed in alternating layers with raw sugar or honey. The resulting juice is consumed with a teaspoon, several times a day.

Into the asthma and pulmonary edema, they are good poultices with grated horseradish, applied to the appropriate places, or boiled root grated horseradish in milk.

Into the gout, consume 1 teaspoon of grated horseradish as such.

In all respiratory and rheumatic diseases, is an excellent general fortifier the wine of horseradish. Put 30 g of grated horseradish in a glass jar. Add 1 liter of white or red wine, mix and close tightly. Leave to soak for 7 days, then strain. It is consumed in therapeutic doses, 30-50 ml per day.


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