All Natural Cure For UTI, Tonsillitis, Bronchitis And Intestinal Worms

Natural cures are always the most effective therapy for almost every infection. There’s a saying that a cold will be cured in a week with modern drugs, and in 7 days without them. Our bodies are amazing machines that are designed to get rid of almost every pathogen, without the use of conventional medicine. That doesn’t mean you can continue eating junk food and sit in front of the computer all day and still get rid of the disease. It just means you need to supply your body the required foodstuffs to push your organism into natural healing. So we have an age-old natural cure for UTI (urinary tract infections), fluid retention, bronchitis, tonsillitis, cough, and intestinal worms.

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Natural Cure for UTI, Tonsillitis, Bronchitis and Intestinal Worms

Although this recipe is a natural cure for UTI s, intestinal worms and flu symptoms, you still need to be very careful. It’s very potent and too much of it can irritate your stomach. A teaspoon two times a day is enough to help you get rid of the bacteria and germs that may be causing respiratory and lower abdomen problems. Make sure you drink a glass of water after taking this natural medicine, to help things move along.


  • 100 grams horseradish
  • 4 lemons
  • 3 tablespoons honey
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • Fresh ginger, 2/3 of an inch


In a food processor, blend the horseradish and ginger. If you know for a fact that your lemons are organic, blend them whole. If not, squeeze the lemon juice and pour it in the ginger/horseradish mix. Add the honey and cinnamon as well, and make a fine paste out of all ingredients. Transfer to a mason jar and lock it tight.

Tips, trick and recommendations

Ginger and horseradish are very potent stuff. They are not recommended for regular use or use in large amounts for kids, pregnant ladies and breastfeeding moms. People with stomach ulcers and kidney problems should avoid horseradish in general, as it can irritate the problem even further. Children under the age of 4 are also in the risk group, as the mustard oil found in horseradish can cause digestive problems. It can also prove to be toxic in large amounts.

Ginger and horseradish are also very pungent and a mix of the two can have a very strong, almost eye watering effect. If you are not a fan of strong, powerful flavors, you can mix the recommended teaspoon with more honey, a grinded apple or sour cream. Just make sure you don’t water down the ingredients too much, as it may lessen its potency.

Like all natural cures, this one too requires patience and consistency. To get rid of built up bacteria and germs, make sure you take at least two teaspoons a day for two weeks. As an addition, increase the fiber intake as well. That way you will help your digestive tract pass the pathogens more easily, without them building up in your intestines and colon.

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