Have you ever made a garlic soup from 50 cloves of garlic, thyme and red onion?
This garlic soup can beat numerous influenza viruses and colds easier and better than antibiotics.
In addition, this garlic soup can beat even the new winter virus called Norovirus.
The medicines and antibiotics are less efficient than this natural way of treatment.
That’s why a lot of people choose this natural remedy because all the viruses nowadays become more resistible and stronger.
Garlic soup for your overall better health
This year the norovirus (the winter virus which causes vomiting virus) caused very great concerns.
This virus is better known as “Sydney” in 2012.
Norovirus doesn`t have worse symptoms than the other viruses but still may cause a headache, diarrhea, vomiting, fever and stomach cramps.
What is interesting about garlic is that change, mutation and new virus are not a problem for this amazing vegetable.
Garlic is always successfully opposed to any “newly” virus –condition thanks to chemical compound allicin.
Research at the Washington University showed the well-known fact that white garlic is 100 times more efficient than two known most popular antibiotics.
Garlic successfully combats illnesses caused by the bacterium that is generally responsible for illnesses transmitted by consuming food.
Why eat garlic soup?
All people who eat garlic that is smeared on bread (previously crushed together with olive oil) are almost always healthy.
Of course, the major research has never implemented to the end and exactly determine this action because it`s in the interest of well-known big pharmaceutical companies.
If you really believe in the healthy benefits of garlic then you will make this magical garlic soup.
Ingredients for the recipe:
– 50 cloves of natural garlic cleaned and peeled – about 5 heads
– 2 large onions – chopped
– 1 tablespoon fresh chopped thyme
– 2 tablespoons of olive oil
– 2 tablespoons of butter
– 1 cup of sour cream
– 3 cups of stale bread cut into cubes
– 1 bunch of fresh herbs – thyme, parsley, bay leaf (you are free to use dried herbs)
– 6 cups of clear chicken soup (250 ml)