Potato Juice Remedy: Cure For Any Disease!

Potatoes grow all over the world and have been found in the diets of people down through time… and potatoes have great healing abilities when made into fresh juice:

Gastritis

The alkaline properties of potatoes help reduce bloating, cramping, excess gas and other symptoms of gastritis. Peel 1 to 2 raw potatoes and grate them. Put the grated potatoes on a strainer and press with a spoon to extract the juice. Dilute 1/2 glass of potato juice with a little warm water.

Gastric ulcer

‘We see this ‘potato juice’ as a preventative measure to stop stomach ulcers developing that people would take as part of a healthy lifestyle. It could be a huge market if we can get it developed.’

The discovery of ‘potato juice’ is just one of a number of new medicines and treatments being developed by staff at the University of Manchester’s intellectual property department.

Blood sugar

Dr. Jovan Tucakov claims that potato juice has beneficent effects on lowering blood sugar levels and in the treatment of lung and respiratory organ diseases, even for serious illnesses such as emphysema.

As an addition to the white lungs treatment
Everyday potato juice consumption

Cancerous diseases

Mash fresh potatoes to pulp and continuously every day drink one to two glasses of potato juice derived from this pulp. This will mainly cure cancer, but recovery cases from liver disease, diabetes, gastric ulcer, kidney disease, heart disease, hypertension, lumbago and sore shoulders etc have also been reported.

Preparation Of The Potato Juice

Juice preparation. It is easy to make potato juice. Before anything, wash the potato thoroughly and remove sprouts and green spots. Then grate it, put it in linen cloth and squeeze out the juice.

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