Dried figs in olive oil.
Old recipe for Natural Hemorrhoid Treatment
Fig is interesting and highly valued juicy fruit. Someone loves them, and some do not. Many people have them in the gardens as an ornamental plant, due to the characteristic exotic leaves. The plant succeeds best in warm regions, near the sea, but can be grown in the continental landscapes.
Figs contains a lot of calcium, potassium, zinc, and it’s a good source of iron, then beta-carotene, C, A, E, and K vitamins. Dried figs has much more calorie than fresh ones, so they should be eaten in limited quantities.
Figs improves digestion, helps with hemorrhoids, and also contributes in regulating cholesterol. Fig has a mild laxative effect. In terms of calcium, which is important, figs can replace milk products. Figs are known for an aphrodisiac too. Milk from the fig has the ability to eliminate warts.
Recipe for dried figs in olive oil.
Arrange dried figs (up to 40 pieces) in a jar, then pour the olive oil to the top of the jar. Close and keep it like that for 40 days. Figs will absorb a lot of olive oil.
You should eat 1 fig before every meal. Many will say it is not delicious, but it is useful. Keep in mind that for this recipe high quality olive oil, as well as quality dried figs are needed.
This old folk recipe can help with stomach problems, hemorrhoids, constipation, high cholesterol, infertility, anemia, asthma and bronchitis.