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On this page are various recipes that are good for the liver, kidneys and urinary tract
Urethral problems I
2 tsp of Basil
5 dl (~16.9 fl oz) of water
Make an infusion and drink 1 cup 2 times a day.
Blood purifying, diuretic juice
Rinse a basket of young nettles, run a handful of them in a blender with 1⁄2 l (~16.9 fl oz) of water or light buttermilk, dilute with with mineral water. Freezable.
1 topped tsp of dried and crushed Juniper berries
2 1⁄2 dl (~8.5 fl oz) of water
Pour the boiling water over the berried and let it sit for 10 minutes, strain. Drink 1-2 cups a day.
100 g (~3.5 oz) Juniper berries (whole)
1 tbsp of cut Ginger
500 g (~17.6 oz) of sugar
1 l (~33.8 fl oz) of water
Boil the herbs in the water for about 1 hour, strain and push the berries through a strainer. This makes about 1⁄2 l (~16.9 fl oz) of juice. Boil juice and sugar for 10 minutes from when it starts to boil. Fill into a bottle while it's still hot. Take 1 tsp after meals 2 times a day. Stir first.