- Hot peppers
Chili peppers or hot peppers are an important part of the traditional cuisines around the world, as well as traditional medicine and folk remedies. This vegetable can have an extremely intense and pungent taste, and can be combined with various dishes, mostly as dried or powdered.
These peppers have an important place in the traditional Chinese medicine as well as in Ayurveda, and are considered to be strong analgesic painkillers and are believed to have strong anti inflammatory action.
Dosage: Half a teaspoon per day, in addition to dishes.
- Oregano Oil
Oregano oil is extracted from the petals of the herb oregano. Its aroma perfectly combines with a range of dishes. Numerous studies have confirmed that oregano oil is a powerful fighter against infections, primarily due to the ingredient which they called carvacrol. Only a small dose of this oil provides an amazing antibacterial activity, even against 25 types of bacteria.
Dosage: Pour one to four drops of this oil in a cup of tea. You should repeat this three times throughout the day.
Garlic can be called the king of vegetables for a reason. Due to its specific aroma it is part of many dishes and salads. Despite the smell that wakes the appetite, there are numerous medicinal properties. Garlic is a powerful natural antibiotic.
Unlike drugs that we buy at the pharmacy, this vegetable does not destroy bacteria, but has strong antibacterial activity and is successful in the fight against fungi and viruses. That makes it the perfect remedy for colds and flu.
Dosage: You should eat two to four cloves of garlic per day to prevent the occurrence of colds and flu.