There are some diets that require only drinking juices, but you should do them under doctor’s supervision. But, you can also drink some of them during your regular diet and they will help you in fighting many diseases.
Here are just some of the juices that have powerful health properties and how to use them.
To cure it, use the juice of carrots, beets, parsley, alfalfa, potatoes and celery. You can also take juices rich in vitamin C and citrus juices in moderation.
It is also recommended a daily intake of vegetable soup because one of the characteristics of rheumatic diseases imbalance of minerals in the tissues, especially the lack of potassium. Vegetable soup is rich in potassium and other minerals.
Kidney and prostate can be treated successfully with fresh horseradish juice (a small amount), lettuce or watercress leaves of birch, and they can be added to the juice of carrots and celery.
Lemon juice dissolves uric acid stones in the bladder. For a good prostate disease and pumpkin juice.
Various forms of eczema and other skin rashes can be treated successfully with only drinking juice, but initially, may deteriorate due to increased elimination of waste products. Recommended juice of black currant, red grapes, carrot, beet and spinach.
Juice of cucumber, either to drink or to use as a mask, especially recommended for the treatment of skin diseases.
Green, chlorophyll-rich juices of parsley, spinach, watercress salad, alfalfa and beet leaves, along with carrots and celery help with the bad breath. It is also recommended to drink two cups of vegetable soup.
Ulcers on the legs
Foot ulcers heal faster with the treatment of raw juices from the onion and garlic, which are mixed with carrot juice. They are also effective juices of citrus and apple. Spice cabbage and yellow arch placed over the ulcer accelerates the healing process.
If you want to reduce your weight will help your diet with juices from celery, lettuce, watercress, parsley, lemon, grapefruit, and pineapple. The therapy under medical supervision takes three to four weeks, but may be extended if necessary.
Even diabetics can try to juice therapy, but only under constant medical supervision. For example, diabetic foot ulcers heal faster during therapy juices. Young people with diabetes should engage in strenuous sports; heavy physical work and effort reduce the need for insulin.
For the treatment of diabetes are good juices beans, parsley, cucumber, celery, lettuce, watercress, lettuce, onion, garlic and citrus. Cucumbers contain a hormone needed for the cells of the pancreas to create insulin. The hormones contained in the arc are also beneficial in diabetes.
Diseases of the blood and heart
For anemia (anemia) are good juices from spinach, kale and parsley because they have a lot of iron and chlorophyll. The juice can be added Carrot juice in an amount of 80 to 100 grams per day. Dark grape juice, sugar, and blueberries help to increase the production of red blood cells.
Blood circulation also improves therapy with fluids by the favorable impact of the strengthening of blood capillaries. When disturbances in the normal functioning of the heart, juices, and beans, hawthorn and garlic can be added to other milder juices.
Juices made of black currant, lemon, orange, pineapple, beets, carrots, tomatoes, green peppers, lettuce watercress, onion and garlic in small quantities, are very useful in the treatment of infectious diseases.
In gastric ulcer and gastritis, therapy helps the juices of raw carrot, tomato, celery, and potatoes. Cabbage juice (vitamin E) is especially good for stomach ulcers.
Diseases of the liver and gall bladder are best-treated with grape juices, carrots, and beets with a very small addition of the juice of radish and dandelion. It has been discovered that the pear juice is highly effective in the treatment of diseases of the gall bladder and gall stones.
Diseases of the small intestine and all forms of constipation can be relieved by treatment of raw juices. Garlic purifies the intestines and is beneficial for people who have “winds”. Juice yellow port has a similar but weaker effect.
These juices are used in small amounts, taken one teaspoon or a tablespoon. They can also be mixed with milder juices from vegetables such as carrots, beets, and celery.