Want to learn how to make hawthorn berries syrup for poor blood flow? Continue reading and find out how to make this delicious syrup.
Hawthorn berries syrup is a simple and delicious autumn medicine that anyone can make at home. It is mainly used to improve peripheric blood flow, but it is also a simple natural medicine for the heart and the nervous system as well as immunity. To make the hawthorn berries syrup, you need fresh berries. So, before we jump to the recipe, learn how to harvest these healing berries.
How to Harvest Hawthorn Berries
The harvesting time for hawthorn berries (Crataegus monogyna) is September-October, after the first frost. The ripe berries have an intense red color (not pink or dark red) and are harvested without the stems, only the berries. Harvest them in canvas or paper bags. Now let’s see how to make hawthorn berries syrup.
How to Make Hawthorn Berries Syrup for Poor Blood Flow
This delicious hawthorn berries syrup has a calming effect on the mind and the nervous system, and is an excellent heart tonic, ideal for people who work hard and make a lot of physical effort. Here is how to make hawthorn berries syrup at home.
In a glass jar, alternately put a layer of fresh hawthorn fruits (chopped as small as possible) and a layer of raw honey (about two fingers thick each), until you reach the mouth of the jar. The last layer is honey. Seal the jar and put it in a dark and cool place or bury it in the ground for four to eight weeks. Strain the syrup to remove the seeds, and pour the syrup into amber glass bottles. To enjoy its beneficial effects, have one tablespoon, 4 times a day. This is a long-term treatment.
How to Use Hawthorn Berries Syrup for Poor Blood Flow
When the cold season begins, follow a 60-day cure with hawthorn syrup, by taking 3-4 tablespoons a day. To enjoy even better results, alongside the hawthorn syrup, take 2 teaspoons of seedless rose hip powder (Rosa canina) three times a day. These two berries improve the small blood vessels and capillary circulation, as they lower blood lipid levels. In addition, the bioflavonoids in the pulp of both berries strengthen the walls of blood vessels, being an effective remedy against capillary fragility.
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