Many health issues and diseases may occur because of the lifestyle we are living now days, which includes consumption of numerous processed foods every day, that are in fact the biggest enemies to our well-being!
In the environment we are in, we are exposed to harmful chemicals and stress all the time, and slowly but for sure these things affect our health very much in the most negative way.
Because of these things, our organism becomes a target for numerous diseases and ailments. Even though that 90% of them can be treated with prescribed drugs and medications, it is better to treat them with some natural remedies, to avoid the harmful side-effects of the medications and provide even better effects than them,
There is a natural herb which is able to provide many health benefits, due to its richness in minerals such as, iron, calcium and potassium. Of course we are talking about the thyme.
The thyme also contains a lot of antioxidant properties, therefore it is commonly used in many medications and drugs, because of its ability to treat lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and sclerosis.
Many diseases are effectively treated by the thyme, diseases such as, cough, asthma, dizziness, bronchitis, chronic fatigue, sore throat, and also it is able to treat laryngitis and prevent from high blood pressure, and maintain it in the normal levels. The activity of this herb is very powerful, therefore the effects can be felt a few days after the first use.
We recommend you this drink, if you want to treat any of the listed diseases above:
- A cup of boiled water
- A handful of Thyme (dry or fresh)
- Raw Honey
First you want to wash the thyme well, than put it in an empty large bowl, and pour the boiled water inside with the thyme. After about 5 minutes, you can strain it and add a tablespoon of honey inside, and simply drink it on daily basis.
Taking this drink once a day, will be able to improve your health in general, and will prevent and treat many diseases and health conditions such as, lupus, sclerosis, fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis.