Decoction of oats

That would have invented such a medicine, so that one - yes from all diseases, and yet, to inexpensive and taste tolerant, and yet - affordable and easy to treat! Invented. And who is Nature herself! It gives us thousands of plants that help with various ailments.

The usual oats, which we often eat, without even knowing that we own the panacea, are used in folk medicine. Decoction of oats is known as a universal medicine since the time of Hippocrates.

Why is oat broth useful?

Oat grains are a storehouse of a whole vitamin and mineral complex, which is easily and quickly absorbed by the body. Also in oats contain the necessary flavonoids, useful essential oils, steroid saponins. In addition, natural starch, from which the oat seed is 60%, is an excellent basis for medicinal mixtures and decoctions, which has a good effect on all organs of the digestive system.

The healing properties of oats decoction are undeniable. There are few diseases in which oats are, if not the main, then at least an auxiliary medicine. Among the medicinal properties of oat broth:

How to cook oats?

To obtain oatmeal, it is necessary to prepare a decoction of oats, the properties of which will be kept as much as possible for the effective treatment of a particular ailment. Depending on the purpose, the oats are cooked on plain water, or on milk. Everything is not so difficult:

  1. To prepare the broth you need to take whole oat grains, preferably with husk.
  2. Grains are thoroughly washed with cold water and lightly strained.
  3. The washed oats are poured hot water or milk in proportions of 1: 3 and boiled on low heat until a liquid resembles a thin jelly.
  4. The broth should be filtered, add the components necessary for the specific agent and you can start treatment.
  5. The remaining flakes of oatmeal, obtained during cooking, should not be thrown away. They can be used as a nutritious side dish.

Decoction of oats

There are several hundred recipes using oat grains. Here are just some of them:

  1. Decoction of oats for the liver is used for various forms of hepatitis , for purification and restoration of the liver. In a classic oat broth, cooked on water, add honey to taste and 1 tbsp. olive oil. Take this medication by ½ cup 3 times a day for 20 minutes before a meal. In the same way, oatmeal is used to cleanse the body. By the way, to cleanse the blood in the oat broth, you can not add anything, taking a liquid in its pure form for 1 glass a day on an empty stomach.
  2. Broth of oats with hypertension : 10 juniper berries and 5 g of wheat grass should be added to the water broth, boil the mixture until a quarter of the liquid evaporates, to use 50 g 6 times a day for 40 days.
  3. Broth of oats for the treatment of insomnia : in the milk broth of oats, you need to add a small amount of honey (1 tsp to 200 ml), use 1 glass of warm broth before bed.
  4. Oat broth in milk is also used as a restorative. To strengthen the action of the drug, you can add a few drops of liquid tincture of Echinacea purpurea just before use.
  5. Broth of oats with pancreatitis is prepared from melted grains of oats. Oat flour should be dissolved in cold water in a proportion of 1:10, bring to a boil, cook for 10 minutes. Drink 2 times a day with meals until the symptoms disappear.
  6. Broth of oats with gastritis is calculated in a 1: 1 ratio (oats on water). Take a decoction of 100 ml 3 times a day.
  7. Broth of oats from a cough depending on the nature of the disease can be cooked either on water or on milk. Milk increases the secretion of the lungs with a dry cough. In the milk decoction you can add honey. Water oat broth is recommended for wet cough. It facilitates the departure of phlegm and relieves bronchodilator spasms.

Benefits and harm of oats decoction

We talked about the useful qualities of oat broths. But what can harm oats? Quite frankly, this product is useful to everyone and does not do any harm. Contraindicated decoction only units:

Nevertheless, it is important to remember that any treatment should take place only after consulting a doctor and under the supervision of specialists.