In today’s article, we are about to show you a recipe for a soup which will get rid of the flu shot. It consists of thyme, onions, lemons, and over 50 garlic cloves. It is potent enough to kill viruses such as colds, flu, and the norovirus!
Recent studies proved that garlic is 100 times more effective than the best two antibiotics when it comes to fighting diseases caused by bacteria. When you crush a garlic clove, alliin becomes allicin, which lowers the blood pressure and cholesterol. Moreover, garlic lowers the risk of blood clots and atherosclerosis.
In addition, garlic fights digestive issues such as diarrhea, and bacteria and viruses that cause flu, colds, and earaches. Garlic is extremely rich in antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Numerous people worldwide use mashed garlic in combination with olive oil for treatment of various illnesses and diseases.
The following recipe for garlic soup is for 4 dishes:
2 tbsp. of olive oil
26 garlic cloves (unpeeled)
2 tbsp. of butter
½ a cup of ginger
½ a tsp. of cayenne powder
1 and ½ a tsp. of chopped thyme
2 and ¼ cups of onions (sliced)
½ a cup of coconut milk
4 lemon wedges
3 and ½ cups of vegetable broth
Preheat the oven to 350 F and put the 26 garlic cloves in a glass dish for baking. Then, add 2 tbsp. of olive oil and add the sea salt. Let it coat and then cover it with some foil. Bake for 45 minutes until the garlic gets golden color and becomes tender. Then, let it cool down and squeeze each garlic clove in order to release the juice and put them in a different bowl. Next, melt the butter and add the onions, thyme, ginger, and the cayenne powder. The onions shall become translucent and it will take you no more than 6 minutes.
Then, put the additional 26 cloves on the roasted garlic and cook for additional 3 minutes. After some time, add the vegetable broth and leave it to simmer. It won’t take you more than 20 minutes. At the end, put the soup in a blender and then pour it to a saucepan. Before let it simmer, add the coconut milk, some sea salt, and pepper. Squeeze some lemon juice from 1 lemon the soup is ready to be served! You can prepare the soup one day ahead and store it in a fridge. Re-warm it when you need.
Garlic was commonly used in a traditional medicine for centuries. It was used for treatment of more than 22 illnesses by the Ancient Egyptians. It was also used by the workers who worked on the pyramids to keep them healthy and boost their stamina and energy. Garlic was sued by the ancient Greeks to prevent blood disorders, lung problems, infections, insect bites, and leprosy. Romans, on the other side, used it for endurance. Russians called it penicillin since it was used to prevent spreading of infections in the Middle Ages.
Researchers from the University of Florida proved that garlic can increase the T-cells number in the bloodstream. It fights viruses and at the same time, strengthens the immunity. Some Brazilian dentists suggest that gargling with garlic water (hot water that contains a couple of crushed garlic cloves) prevents tooth decay and gum diseases. Roasted garlic is as potent as the peeled garlic, so you can use it in whichever way you want.