The combination of lemon and parsley, with the addition of honey and olive oil, becomes an excellent remedy against bacteria, especially E. coli.
Parsley is a treasure trove of health that lies at its root and leaves. It helps in the treatment of many diseases: inflammation of the prostate, swelling of the legs, rheumatism, gout, obesity, angina pectoris…. In ancient Egypt parsley treated kidneys and urinary tract.
Lemon is one of the plants that the Egyptians used in medicine. The two most well-known health benefits of lemons are the strong antibacterial and antiviral activity. When we combine lemon and parsley, and even add honey and olive oil, we get a fantastic remedy against all bacteria, particularly against E. coli.
The experiences with the use of this natural drug are very positive. Patients who have long struggled with tedious E. coli, only after the use of this natural medicine, managed to “get rid of” the annoying bacteria. Sometimes great mysteries are hidden in the simplest of ingredients. This is one of those.
– 250 g parsley root
– 250 g lemon with rind
– 25og honey
– 2 dcl of olive oil
Buy the honey from a real and proven beekeeper. The lemon needs to be washed. It is best to use an organic lemon, which is not chemically treated. If you buy the lemons from a store, because of the pesticides, it would be good to hold them for several hours in cold water to which you add a little baking soda. Remove the lemon out of the water and dry it, then cut it in half. Remove the seeds.
The parsley root is necessary to be washed thoroughly. This refers to the plain, fresh parsley, which is grown in the garden. In a blender, put together the lemon, parsley, honey, olive oil and mix them well. If you do not have a blender, you can mince the lemon in a meat grinder.
You’ll get mushy mass, which can fit in a glass jar of 250 g. Store it in the refrigerator. Take one tablespoon before breakfast and dinner. Given the fact that this drug contains all natural ingredients, it cannot be taken by pregnant women and young children, and children should be given small, not big spoons of the medicine.