Celery wine Celery wine is good for your blood circulation. It also has diuretic properties, and it’s an excellent choice if you have gout, rheumatism or something along those lines.
3 celery roots
3 dl water
2 l white wine
Peel celery and lemon, slice it, and add wine and boiling water. Leave it covered like that until the wine cools down. Filter the wine. The recommended dose is a small cup 3 times a day.
Rose petal wine Rose petals contain essential oils, citric acid, succinic acid, malic acid, tannin, nicotinamide, pectin, wax, fat and sugar, as well as vitamins C, B, E, K.
Rose petal wine will do wonders for your blood, heart, nerves, liver etc. It cures and resets your weak body, and gets rid of any inflammation and thrush problems with the gargling method of your throat and mouth.
6 blooming red roses
200 g sugar
1 l water
1 teaspoon citric acid
Take turns putting rose petals and sugar in a jar. Sprinkle citric acid on top, and cover with water. Then cover the jar, and find a place for it in direct sunlight. Wait until the rose petals reach the surface of the liquid. Filter the content of the jar, then pour in a bottle, and seal with a cork. Keep it in a cold, dry and dark room.
Walnut wine Walnut is an incredible source of valuable nutrients. It contains antioxidants, essential fatty acids, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, selenium, and vitamins B, E, K. Walnut wine will make sure you preserve your cardiovascular health.
40 g fresh walnut leaves
1 l red wine
2 dl schnapps
Put fresh walnut leaves in a large jar, cover it with schnapps and seal properly. After 10 days of occasional shaking of the jar, filter the schnapps. Mix the schnapps and wine, pour it in a bottle, and seal with a cork. After 6 days, you can start enjoying the wine and its health benefits.