This is it. This little turnip holds the remedy to your winter sniffles, sore throats, coughs and colds.
It’s not folklore or voodoo. It’s just simple science. And it just happens to come packaged as a cute, inconspicuous root bulb that you’ll pass by at the farmers’ market and not blink twice.
The seriously cold winter countries around the world know the healing powers of the turnip very well. And it’s not a coincidence that it grows in the colder seasons – Mother Earth knows exactly when to supply us with the food we need.
Turnips are nature’s best version of an antibiotic. Here’s how wonderfully healing the turnip is.
– Has antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties
– Clears mucus and congestion in the respiratory tract
– Detoxifies the body and blood
– Helps build blood and improve circulation
– Is a great source of sulfur, which helps purify and heal the body
– Is super high in vitamin A and C
It’s the cheapest, simplest, most natural antibiotic.
The easiest ways to let turnips help you heal this winter:
– Slice up the root and eat it raw
– Chop it up and put it in your favorite cold weather soup
– Cut out a hole in the top, pour in raw honey, wait a couple hours, and drink the honey-turnip juice that seeps out