Homemade Syrup To Increase Red Blood Cells And Improve Your Blood Count

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Homemade Syrup To Increase Red Blood Cells And Improve Your Blood Count

Anemia can be an indication of some serious illnesses and that’s a very bad news. So, you need to check first with your doctor and ensure that you don’t have hemolytic anemia, sickle cell anemia or sideroblastic anemia.

These types of anemia occur due to malfunctioning of your body which can be treated through proper medical intervention only.

If everything is all right but you are still diagnosed with anemia, it is due to nutritional deficiency.

If you suffer from deficiency of iron, vitamin B 12 or folic acid – your red blood cells count has gone really low and they can’t now carry enough oxygen to your body parts. Your hemoglobin, which carries oxygen to your various body parts, may also have reduced to such levels that may pose risk to your health.

Therefore, you need to supply essential nutrients to your body so as to treat this nutritional deficiency anemia. Consuming drinks containing natural ingredients can have an improvement in our blood count diagnosis.

One such natural drink is the syrup presented below. It should be consumed on an empty stomach in the morning , twice a year for 15 to 20 days.

Ingredients:

  • 2.2 lbs / 1 kg of beetroot
  • 1 lbs / 1/2 a kg of carrots
  • Juice of one lemon
  • 2-3 oranges
  • 2 sour apples
  • 17 oz / 500 grams of meadow honey

Preparation:

Chop the beetroot, apples and carrots into small pieces and mix them in a blender. Squeeze the juice out of the lemon and oranges by hand and add it to the previous juice mixture. Finally, add the meadow honey.

Mix everything well until the honey is combined with the juice and finely dissolved. You can add more oranges if you want, because their purpose in this recipe is to improve the medicine’s taste and smell.

Transfer the liquid into glass bottles. As we said before, you will get about 50 oz /1500 to 67 oz / 2000 ml of this drink which should be enough for 15 to 20 days.

Drink about 3.3 oz / 100 ml of the syrup every morning on an empty stomach until it is finished.

 

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