This recipe originated in the 12th ap century and was invented by German physician Hildegard von Bingen.
The main ingredient of this recipe is wild chestnut flower. picking flowers from a branch of wild chestnut. Put the flowers in a bowl with a liter of boiled water. Let the mixture stand still for half an hour before straining it.
should drink the resulting tea during the day. Be sure to drink in small sips.
is ideal for cleaning the blood and for the removal of thrombi.
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