Pumpkin Honey! The Most Powerful Natural Remedy! (RECIPE)

Pumpkin Honey

Thanks to its mild laxative and diuretic effect pumpkin honey perfectly help with constipation and various diseases of the colon.

At the same time, due to the high content of vitamins and carotene, this honey is an excellent immunity booster and the general tone of life.

It will help with diseases of the liver, gallbladder ejection, but also a general improvement of immunity and body condition.

Areas of application of this honey are very diverse.

The most effective are the treatment of liver and kidney disease.

For a lot of people, this is among the valuable health benefits for our body.

It effectively helps to clean bile and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract.

Pumpkin honey helps in fighting with increased cholesterol, atherosclerosis, by reducing the swelling of heart failure.

It is also good to use and it is recommended pumpkin honey for people who suffer from obesity.

The way to prepare pumpkin honey

To prepare honey, you need just 1 yellow pumpkin (ripe).

You need to cut off the top of a pumpkin and remove pumpkin seeds and fiber.

In the resulting large opening, you need to put sugar of your choice.

Cover with the cutoff and let stand for ten days at a cool place.

It is best to put the pumpkin in a larger bowl because it will be softer and hard to move.

During those 10 days, the sugar will dissolve and will transform in a pumpkin juice.

As soon as the sugar is dissolved, remove the cover and pour the resulting liquid into one glass container.

If it has mold on the lid of the pumpkin, it is no big deal.

In this case, make a hole at the bottom of the pumpkin, and empty pumpkin honey in a bowl.

How to keep pumpkin honey

The best way to keep pumpkin honey is to put in a clean glass jar with a lid in the refrigerator.

Shelf life is about one month.

To save it longer, you can boil until thick, but in this case, you will lose some parts of the beneficial ingredients.

How to use pumpkin honey

You can add honey in tea and consume independently 2-3 tablespoons, 2-3 times a day.

You can use it as a topping for pancakes or invent its own version, it all depends on you.

Consume it as long as you want.

You can also immediately prepare a larger amount of 2-3 pumpkins for your needs.

NOTE: If by any chance you cannot (or do not) consume pumpkin honey made with sugar, you can make with a real natural honey.

Enjoy in this homemade pumpkin honey and all health benefits that you can use.

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