Garlic and Honey can boost your immune system. Don’t forget to leave a comment at the end of this video.
Did you know that right in your kitchen you have a wide variety of immune-boosting ingredients like garlic and honey. A seemingly odd combination but immune-boosting garlic and antioxidant raw honey combined, make a super-powerful food for medicine!
Garlic is low in calories, but high in nutrients, containing Manganese, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, selenium and fiber. It’s a natural immune system booster that helps the body fight infection. One study found that a daily dose of garlic reduced the number of colds by 63%, while reducing the average length of cold symptoms by 70%. Garlic has been a food and medicine for thousands of years. The fresher it is, the stronger it will be. Garlic is most potent in its raw form. Allicin is the part of garlic that makes it so beneficial, and has been shown to help lower cholesterol levels, prevent blood clotting, and has been shown to have anti-cancer properties and anti-microbial effects, but unfortunately, it’s also the part that makes it taste and smell so strong. Fortunately, it can easily be paired with another health boosting ingredient in your kitchen to make it a bit more appetizing: Raw honey!.
Raw and unpasteurized honey is always best. Raw honey is full of enzymes, vitamins, and minerals, and acts as an antioxidant to fight off free radicals. It earns its reputation from the incredible nutrients packed into just one tiny tablespoon. Plus the balance of those nutrients won’t spike your blood sugar like refined sugars do. Typical commercial honey’s found at the grocery store are refined and far from their original state. They’re first heated, then watered down and finally filtered to remove any remaining traces of pollen. This process also kills the enzymes and makes the resulting honey void of any vitamins or minerals. If you don’t have the nutrients, you aren’t getting any benefit from eating the honey.
Honey has been used medicinally in most cultures through recorded history. Honey is highly antiseptic and anti-toxic, making it an excellent wound and skin healer. Honey is said to be ‘drawing’, in cases of poisons or infected wounds. It is hygroscopic, so it absorbs moisture, and is an antibacterial, inhibiting pathogens at the source of an infection.
In more recent years, the notion of unpasteurized and unheated medicinal honey’s has gained a new following. One of the reasons behind this rediscovery is the success of honey in combating drug-resistant wound infections…
What to use garlic honey for:
-Cuts and grazes
How to make IMMUNE BOOSTING HONEY INFUSED GARLIC
Take your garlic and peel all the paper wrappings off each clove. Take the flat side of a large knife and crush the garlic cloves and let sit for at least fifteen minutes. Crushing the garlic releases the allicin. When you let it sit before adding the honey it increases the potency of the garlic. Place your garlic into your jar and cover with raw honey. Screw the lid on the jar and let it rest on your counter for 3 to 5 days. The garlic will absorb some of the sweetness and nutrients from the honey, and the honey will absorb some of the beneficial properties of the garlic. Once it has finished sitting, place in the refrigerator to keep fresh throughout the season.
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