Prescription for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases
Honey and horseradish therapeutic treatment is based on an ancient tradition of folk medicine and can be used by patients suffering from angina pectoris with painful cardiac perfusion (ischaemia).
For the preparation peel and grate the horseradish, so much that you can fill a tablespoon with it. Then mix the grated horseradish with a tablespoon of acacia honey until a homogeneous mass is obtained. The mass must be stored dark and cool. The preparation is slowly consumed with a teaspoon one hour before breakfast each morning until the prepared amount is used up.
Since honey dampens the pungent taste of horseradish and horseradish in turn softens the overly sweet taste of honey, the blend has a pleasant taste.
There is increasing evidence that foods rich in flavonoids and beekeeping products such as propolis, bee pollen and bee bread, after some time of ingestion, reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by eliminating free radicals present in the body Associated with atherosclerosis occur more frequently. The menu includes foods rich in flavonoids such as broccoli, carrots, black currants, grapefruit, white lemons, pomegranates, dark chocolate, soybeans, oranges, apples, tomatoes and onions, as well as the aforementioned bee products.
Source: Medicine without leaflet from Friedrich Hainbuch