The treatment with quail eggs works wonders, it regenerates the body in 50 days
Medicinal quail eggs contain many vitamins and minerals, including 0,5 mg of calcium, 2,2 mg of phosphorus, 3,8 mg of iron, 3 mg of vitamin A, 0,1 mg of vitamin B1 and 0,8 mg of vitamin B2.
Quail eggs are commonly used to treat bronchitis, diseases of the nervous system, heart, bloodstream, liver and kidneys. They are also good for treating high blood pressure, bronchial asthma, migraine, high cholesterol, diabetes, gastric and duodenal ulcers, anemia…
How are they consumed?
Eggs should be drunk fresh every morning on an empty stomach half an hour before meals, ie half an hour before breakfast. It is not advisable to consume alcohol during this therapy. Not recommended for people with bile problems. To make them easier to drink, you can whisk and add honey, yogurt, lemon juice, apple, orange, etc.
Eggs as a medicine are used to treat the following diseases in the stated quantities:
- 120 eggs for high blood pressure, stomach ulcers and duodenum.
- 240 eggs for anemia, migraine, diabetes, gastritis, bronchitis, asthma, atherosclerosis, heart attack, high cholesterol, nervous disorder, tuberculosis, fatigue after hard physical work.
The treatment is carried out so that the patient should drink the specified amount in a certain period. For the first three days, three eggs are drunk, and then until the end, five eggs a day. Children, depending on their age, should consume a smaller number of eggs: up to three years - two eggs per day, up to five years - three eggs and up to 10 years - four eggs per day. The therapy lasts from 15 to 50 days, and if necessary, can be continued. The distance from one therapy to another should not be longer than six months.
For preventive purposes, quail eggs are recommended for people who do sports, do heavy physical work, for the elderly, as well as for developing children.
The therapy is performed at most twice a year
If the treatment after the first therapy is not effective enough, then it is recommended to repeat the same therapy again. The therapy can be performed at most twice a year. Quail eggs are stored in the refrigerator in closed cardboard boxes at a temperature of 1 to 4 degrees Celsius. If stored like this, they have a shelf life of 60 days in raw condition, and after 60 days they can be used boiled or baked. But when used as a medicine, they should not be older than 30 days.