The call bloomed earlier this year due to slightly warmer days, and we advise you to use its healing powers and extremely pleasant aroma and make a divine juice that is an ideal refreshing drink, and with it invaluable health!
The tradition of making called juice comes from ancient times, from our ancestors who discovered the incredible healing powers of bell syrup.
Our ancestors considered it to be one of the most healing plants in the world, and later scientists confirmed that it did, noting that it contained large quantities of flavonoids, carotene, vitamins A, B and C. It is known so far to cure flu, clogged sinuses, bronchitis , asthma and allergies. Also called bark juice improves immunity and helps with diabetes and constipation.
The flavonoids contained in the bark are thought to be responsible for most of its medicinal properties. Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants that protect our body from damage. Therefore, it is used in the treatment of degenerative diseases and as a prevention of cancer.
It is a great ally in preventing flu and colds because it boosts immunity. In addition, it has antiviral and antimicrobial activity.
If you feel you will get the flu, drink tea called dried flowers called or simply drink homemade called juice. This herb is useful in asthma and airway inflammation because it facilitates breathing and helps with coughing.
In spring, you can use the flower called as a remedy for pollen allergies. It also has a detoxifying effect because it accelerates the excretion of toxins from the lymph glands.
This herb can help with acne, ulcers, conjunctivitis and skin rashes. In addition to being a laxative, it also acts as a diuretic and contributes to kidney health. Used in conditions where sweating is required.
Due to its laxative, diuretic and detoxifying properties, it is excellent for helping with weight loss.
CALL JUICE - RECIPE: The harvest of these flowers is done in sunny and dry weather when the call is in full bloom. It is very important that you find a blooming tree called away from the street or some kind of pollution. Pick flower by flower and put it in a bag to preserve their purity and freshness.
Requires: 20 flowers called, 1 liter of water, 800 g of sugar, juice of 1 lemon.
Preparation: Soak 20 freshly-called flowers in 1 liter of cold water. Keep in a cool place, but not refrigerated, for 24 hours. Procedure, add 800 grams of sugar and juice of 1 lemon and leave to stand for another 24 hours. Stir occasionally to dissolve the sugar. Process through double gauze and pour into bottles.
This juice is drunk diluted with water and you can also use mineral carbonated water to prepare the juice.