Stop throwing away nutshells because they’re rich in healthy compounds and nutrients. Nutshells have been used for ages as a remedy for many diseases and they’re extremely beneficial. Nutshells have antibacterial, antiseptic, anti-fungal, gastro-intestinal, anti-inflammatory, healing, diuretic and soothing properties.
If they’re used as tea, nutshells can help you strengthen your stomach, clean your blood and improve your bowel movement. Nutshell tea is also amazing for your urinary tract because it fights infections.
Nutshells Natural Remedies
Compresses with green nutshell soak will help you with your varicose veins. To make green nutshell soak you need to fill a jar with chopped nutshells, pour apple cider vinegar over them and leave the mixture for 3 weeks. Apply the mixture directly on your veins.
Lack of Calcium
If you’re diagnosed with calcium deficiency then you need to consume 1l. nutshells tea per day.
This homemade remedy will clean your blood vessels and help you get rid of mastitis, thrombosis and salt deposits. Chop the nutshells from 14 nuts and soak them for 2 ½ months in 16oz. of vodka. Take 1 tbsp. of this mixture, every morning before breakfast.
Diabetes, Digestive Disorders and Hypertension
Chop the dried tissues from the inside of 30-35 nutshells. Put the chopped tissues in a jar and then add some natural vodka. Let this mixture soak for 20 days. After 20 days, strain the liquid and put it in a dark bottle. Take 1 tbsp. of the mixture diluted with 1 glass of water. Drink this 30 minutes before having a meal.
Nutshell tea is the best remedy to get rid of the annoying cough. Make some nutshell tea and drink it warm, not hot. If you want it to be sweeter, use honey instead of sugar.
Weak immunity, Fatigue and Stomach Disorders
This nutshell syrup that will help you fight against fatigue, stomach disorders and it will improve your immunity. Chop 2 handfuls of green nutshells. In a pan, put 1l. water and add the chopped nutshells. Boil for 10 minutes and add some cloves. Let the mixture cool down and then add 2 pounds of honey. Keep your syrup in a cold, dark place and take 1 tbsp. three times a day after your meals.