The grape is one of the most appreciated fruits by man since the most remote antiquity. In all eras, it has been considered a valuable food for the human race in the various phases of its existence.
Medicinal uses and advice
It is a fruit that nourishes, detoxifies and regenerates blood.
It is rich in vitamins, proteins, mineral salts, carbohydrates, and water.
The grape acts in the reconstitution of the blood, stimulating the formation of red blood cells.
It restores glycemia, normalizing hyperglycemic states and their harmful effects. Promotes diuresis by eliminating toxins, mainly those caused by the action of white sugar, which is an acidifier of the blood.
The grape strengthens the veins and heart.
Anemia – Drink natural grape juice and concentrate frequently.
Tip – Grape juice helps prevent tumors and helps blood circulation.
Medicinal uses of avocado
The avocado is native to Mexico and was acclimatized to several Latin American countries.
It belongs to the Lauraceae family, which also includes cinnamon, bay leaf, saffron, etc.
The avocado pulp contains carbohydrates, fat, vitamins (A, B; D, E, legatine) and mineral salts. It has a mildly acidic sweet taste, refreshing characteristic.
Avocado contains a large amount of vegetable fat, mainly fatty acid, whose action is the elimination of high-density polyproteins, which have the effect of maintaining and accumulating cholesterol. Because it is rich, avocado has anti-cholesterol action, promoting blood cleansing. Avocado is a source of vegetable protein, it is a building food that participates in the formation of body structures (muscles, bones, blood, organs, and viscera). Helps in body growth and strengthening.
The yellow-greenish color of the fruit is due to the presence of chlorophyll (important in blood production) and carotenes (pro-vitamin A and antioxidant).
It acts on the liver, veins, digestive system. Helps combat rheumatism, arthritis, and gout disorders.
Advice for use
- Canker sore – chewing well washed, tender avocado leaves
- Amigdalitis – Gargle with an avocado leaf tea. Combine with a tea to maximize the effect.
- Bronchitis – Warm tea of avocado leaves, the effect is better when you drink that tea with spoonfuls, mixing with propolis and guaco tea. Take two to four tablespoons per day.
- Fatigue – Avocado leaves contain revitalizing properties. Sporadically drink a tea with honey and lemon.
- Diarrhea – Roasted and finely ground stone. Dissolve two teaspoons of that powder in a cup of warm water. The effect is more potent if guava sprout decanting is used instead of water.
- Digestion – Avocado leaf tea is recommended for atonic dyspepsia.
- Headache – Warm compresses of the leaves, in the head, it is also advisable to take that tea.
- Coughing – Tea from the leaves of avocado leaves, hot, with honey, sipped.
- Helminthiasis – Wash and grind the avocado peel well, mix in equal parts with a grated lemon peel. Add honey and take a tablespoon at breakfast.