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Kill Sinus Infections, UTIs, and Bronchitis with One Little Trick
There are several ways that you can use horseradish. If you like the taste, you can simply grate it and add it to whatever you are cooking or mix it in your tea, or you could even try mixing up a glass of apple cider vinegar, water, honey, and some fresh horseradish. That’s a drink that would literally revolutionize your health!
Horseradish needs to be used fresh, otherwise it loses much of its potency. Cooking too much will also remove some of its potency, but if that is the only way you can take it, cook it as little as possible.
The German E Commission suggests that between 3 to 5 grams each day (1/2 to 1 teaspoon) of freshly grated horseradish three times daily will kill most sinus infections. You should not consume more than that, however, as excessive consumption can cause vomiting, excessive sweating, and stomach cramps or upset.
When you have a sinus infection, the following recipe will really clear out your sinuses and kill the bacteria quickly. Give it a try!
The Horseradish Sinus Helper
- 10 Inch piece of organic horseradish root
- 1 Tablespoon of raw, organic apple cider vinegar
- 2 Tablespoons of water
- A pinch of salt
- Using a vegetable peeler or a sharp knife, peel the skin off the root and chop into small pieces.
- Add everything into your blender or food processor and mix well.
- Be very careful to not let this potent mixture get too close to your eyes! Keep it at arm’s length and open the window or turn on a fan.
- Store in a glass jar with a tight fitting lid.
When you realize that you have a sinus infection, UTI, or other type of infection, consume ½ to 1 teaspoon three times per day, as the German E Commission recommends, but no more. If you are not accustomed to horseradish, start with the smallest amount until you become more accustomed to it. This mixture will keep up to 6 weeks in the refrigerator.
We have another recipe for you tea lovers. This will also work well for clearing up stuffed up heads, such as when you have the flu or a cold, even if you don’t have an infection.
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