Quince Health Benefits! Why Do People From Asia And Africa Use Quince For Health Problems!

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From the seeds of quince can be prepared slimy potions and drinks like a laxative. Quince is a good product for infusions and teas for coughs.

Fresh quince fruits are good material for infusions and extracts that help with anemia problems.

Grated and strained soft part of the fruit is excellent medicine that should be kept in the refrigerator and the best way for consuming is to take 15-20 drops three times a day.

A decoction of the quince seed is suitable for eye wash for sore, gargle for tonsillitis and wet friction pad on the face – the skin softens.

Quince Around The World!

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In the Republic of South Africa there is a popular potion that is easy to prepare. All you need is ten grams of dried quince fruit and a glass of water.

It is used for thermal shock, vomiting, diarrhea, lack of appetite and catarrhal diseases of the joints.

Alternative medicine in many Asian countries recommends these fruits as diuretic remedy for swelling of sick heart and kidneys. Quinces are great for treating diabetes, gastritis and anemia.

Decoctions of leaves and young twigs of quince tree help with diabetes and hypertension problems. They can be found during the spring bloom.

Quince “browns” – helps in disorder, but you should grate fresh tree root and you should consume 1-2 tablespoons after eating 3-4 times a day.

If you are going to speak in from of audience (to lecture or a speech), take 3-4 quince seeds and keep them half an hour in the mouth before your speech. This will prevent the notorious dry and you will not need water.

Quince is great for compotes, jams and jellies.

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Be Careful!

But since it contains many types of tannin, often causes constipation. If a nursing mother eats plenty of this fruit – in whatever form – tanning substances will pass into her milk and pipsqueak will take breastfeeding. This will cause painful swelling of the abdomen and constipation – and the mother will have to boil water for neutralization with dill.

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