Sea buckthorn juice with lemon and honey
Sea buckthorn with honey, in the form of syrup / juice is an ideal combination both in terms of health benefits and taste, sweet and sour, slightly bitter. This juice is practically a general tonic, an immuno-stimulator, a protector of the body against various diseases.
- Fruit juicer with worm shaft
- Sea buckthorn berries are detached from the branches with scissors, then washed by rinsing in 2-3 waters.. After washing, it is left to dry on paper towels, on wide surfaces for about 1-2 hours.
To remove sea buckthorn from the branches, the freezing method can also be used, this being much more productive (much faster).
- Wash and peel the lemon, then peel it into several slices.
- With the sea buckthorn and lemon ready, in this stage you will start squeezing with the help of a juicer with a worm shaft.
Lemon slices are added to the juicer while sea buckthorn is added, these (lemon slices) also have the role of decongesting the juicer sieve (fluidizes the juice and unclogs the sieve).
- At the end, add honey over the juice and mix until smooth.
- The formed syrup is poured into glass containers that are hermetically sealed and stored away from light and cold (refrigerator).
- The obtained pulp is dried and can be used
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It must be kept in the refrigerator.
It is recommended to consume it as soon as possible after opening.
Sea buckthorn, also called Romanian ginseng
Sea buckthorn contains an incredible number of 190 nutrients and phytonutrients.
The amount of vitamin C is 12 times higher than that of orange.
Sea buckthorn is the only plant on the planet that contains omega 7, an extremely hard acid to find.
Storage and validity:
→ It must be kept in the refrigerator, hermetically sealed.
→ From time to time it is recommended to shake bottles.
→ It is recommended to be kept in small bottles.
→ It is recommended to consume in maximum 1 year, if the bottle is not open.
→ If the bottle is open, it is recommended to consume it within a maximum of 3 months to avoid oxidation of the main nutrients in contact with air.
It can also be consumed in various drinks.
Cures of 2-4 weeks are recommended, especially in the autumn-winter period.
- strengthens immunity
- general tonic
- contributes to vision health
- prevents colds and flu
- effective in diseases of the respiratory system (chronic bronchitis, asthma, etc.)
- good against viral infections: herpes, viral hepatitis A, B or C, HIV or other viral infections
- helps the digestive system, helps with weight loss
- protects the heart
- reduces bad cholesterol (LDL)
- reduces the risk of atherosclerosis, heart attack and stroke because there are fewer blockages in the arteries and blood vessels
- helps maintain the balance of fatty acids in the body: omega 3, 6, 7 and 9
- rich in flavonoids that reduce inflammation and support the functioning of the immune system
- protects the liver (acute / chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis in its early stages), spleen, kidneys
- good for enterocolitis
- treats anemia, depression and stress
- vitaminizing, mineralizing: A, B1, B2, B6, B9, E, F, K, P, beta-carotene, cellulose, phosphorus, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium
- strong antioxidant
- protects the body from free radicals
- good anti-inflammatory
- helps the nervous system
- recommended for children with rickets, dystrophic or very sensitive to diseases
- fight against cancer
- the consumption of sea buckthorn during pregnancy and lactation is not recommended
- the consumption of sea buckthorn is not recommended as long as a treatment based on anticoagulant or antiplatelet medicines is followed in parallel
- is not administered in parallel with anti-inflammatory drugs or in the case of acute pancreatitis and acute cholecystitis.
Therefore, for a correct diagnosis and treatment, it is recommended to consult a specialist.