1) VI century Tibetan Youth Recipe
This youth recipe was found in a Tibetan monastery in 1971. It was written in the VI century BC on a clay tablet.
Mix 100 grams each of Chamomile, St. John’s Wort, Helichrysum and birch birds. Grind this mixture in coffee grinder. Place the resulting mixture in a pot with lid.
In the evening take a tablespoon out of pot in half litre of boiling water. Leave it for twenty minutes. Filter the solution through a fabric (but not the cheese cloth).
Before going to bed, dissolve a tablespoon of honey to a glass of resulting infusion and drink it. Make sure that you not eat or drink after this.
Take bath with warm water in the morning. After that add a spoon of honey to remaining infusion and drink it twenty minutes before breakfast.
Repeat this till you finish your prepared amount of herbs. This course is desirable once every five years.
2) Salt elixir of Greeks
Ancient Greeks placed a few grains of salt (about 1 gram) on the tip of tongue after the meal for a few minutes and swallowed the resulting saliva. It is preferable to consume organic salt.
3) Cubes with herbs from Russia
Mix equal amount of Chamomile, series, jojoba oil and olive oil. Place the mixture in tray and close the freezer. In the morning, wipe the face with this cube! Your face will become fresh, rosy and soft.
If you are suffering from tiredness during the day, wipe your face with this cube and see the results!
4) Viking Tea
Mix equal parts of dry rose hips, chopped dry grass, nettles and knotweed. Put a tablespoon of this mixture in a glass of boiling water. Leave it for three hours. Then drink in one gulp.
This drink should be drunk in the morning and in the afternoon instead of tea. It lends vitality and improves mood.