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- Open text field 1: 7 herbal powder according to Bertrand Heidelberger in organic quality. Contains the seven bitter herbs wormwood, yarrow, juniper, anise, fennel, caraway and beaver shrub.
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KR & AumlUTERPULVER TO BERTRAND HEIDELBERGER
Bertram Heidelberger was born in 1845.
His own, even serious illnesses led him to observe the people more closely to his environment and to research and try out in the field of natural medicine. In the process, he discovered that illness often starts early in life.
Heidelberger realized that food and digestion have a great influence on the formation of slime.
Mucus is in and of itself something new and natural. It is secreted in the body by the mucus drones and performs various tasks (oral secretions, bile, lungs and bronchi, genitourinary tract). Furthermore, the mucus in the body serves to bind and remove slag and other waste materials from the metabolism and the immune system.
Unhealthy eating habits and other in fl uences cause too much mucus to accumulate and become lodged. As a result, the blood thicker and impaired the function of the internal organs, the immune defense swallows and the entire metabolism slowed down. In the course of our lives, more and more waste products and toxins can accumulate in the body, from which over the years more and more our entire organ system and the blood vessels are being damaged. In this way, more or less serious illnesses develop with age.
In this context, we also today speak of "slags" that accumulate in the body and impair health.
Bertrand Heidelberger has made the result of his long-standing experience in the field of natural medicine available to posterity in the form of his highly effective herbal powder as a prerogative.
His herbs powder should fulfill the following task:
Quotation Heidelberger : & quotEs It promotes the state of health of salivary and thyroid glands, cleanses the stomach and kidneys of the harmful mucus and ensures that the food is properly and naturally processed, that there is just fresh and pure blood. It disinfects everything that is in the intestines, so that neither the gas nor the stool may smell evil. It promotes bowel movement and destroys the mucus that can cause metabolic disease, rupture, hemorrhoids, cancer, eye disease, blindness and other diseases. & Quot;
THE SEVEN CRADES
Each of the medicinal herbs has a high healing power and effectiveness. The intensive interaction of these herbs has a healing effect on the body. The metabolism is positively influenced, liver and kidney relieved. The herbs are mucilaginous and mucus-secretive, blood-purifying and detoxifying.
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)
Absinthe is the bitterest domestic medicinal plant, has an anti-spasmodic effect, promotes blood circulation and supports the stomach and intestines. Hildegard von Bingen called the vermouth the "most important champion against all shocks".
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)
The yarrow is referred to in old herbs as the "salvation of all sorrows". The medicinal plant improves the digestion of fat and stimulates the digestive system.
Juniper (Juniperus communis)
The juniper is important for the kidneys and contributes to improving the overall metabolism.
Anise (Pimpinella anisum)
Anise stimulates all body functions, is good for the respiratory system (mucous & oumlsend) and supports the digestion (eg in blossoms). Anise is a weeping plant.
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare )
The fennel is also good for the respiratory system (mucus), it has a calming effect on the digestive organs and is very alarming.
Clove (Carum carvi)
The cum stimulates the stomach, calms the intestines and promotes liver and bile.
Burrelle (Pimpinella saxifraga)
The bernellelle acts secretion-promoting, blood-purifying and is a versatile medicinal plant.
Heidelberger's herbal powder is a bit bitter and therefore may need to be taken care of. The bitter taste is often lacking in our diet, but is very important for a functioning digestion. The use of the powder only makes sense if it is consistently carried out over several weeks. You may be able to observe a prolonged mucilage at the beginning - ie, the mucus is released and can be excreted - but will feel more vital from week to week.
In the morning (in the morning) and in the evening (before going to bed), take a knife tip or up to 1/12 teaspoon of grounding powder into your mouth, simmer well and leave a little longer on the tongue. Just the good salivation helps to achieve a really positive effect.
Preparation as a tea: In the morning (in the morning) and in the evening, pour half a teaspoon of 7-herb powder with hot water and leave for three to five minutes.
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