Sep 18, 2022
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Don’t throw away the eggshell

Don't throw away the eggshell

Egg shells are 90% high-quality calcium, as well as compounds of phosphorus, potassium, iron, magnesium, and silicon. Calcium, which we consume with eggshells, is very easily absorbed by the body – many times better than special preparations! The beneficial properties of the shell have been known since ancient times, in many healers’ recipes there was a calcium-rich powder from egg shells. Studies by scientists from the United States, Canada and Hungary have proven that the composition of the shell is surprisingly similar to human teeth and bones. Regular use of eggshell powder will help you prevent osteoporosis and forget about diseases caused by calcium deficiency. As you know, calcium helps the body produce new bone marrow cells – that’s what it means for our health!

Regular consumption of eggshell powder is:

  • normalization of blood pressure;
  • lowering the level of dangerous cholesterol;
  • prevention of osteoporosis;
  • quick treatment of heartburn;
  • prevention of rickets and anemia in children – all due to the iron content in eggshells;
  • removal of radionuclides from the body;
  • allergy treatment;
  • normalization of metabolism and natural weight loss;
  • beauty of hair and nails;
  • acne treatment – the shell contains zinc, which has a beneficial effect on the skin;
  • treatment of chronic diseases of internal organs.

How to make eggshell powder

1. Fresh raw eggshell

Pour out the contents of the eggs, rinse the shells and boil for 5 minutes. Dry the shell – after 5-6 hours it will be ready for use. Remove thin films from the inside of the shell, then prepare the powder by crushing the shell well in a mortar. Store the eggshell powder in a dry, dark place in a tightly closed container.

2. Boiled egg shell

Boiled eggshells can also be used to make a powder, but are considered less effective than raw eggshells. It doesn’t matter if the eggs are white or brown. For shell powder, chicken and quail eggs are used, goose and duck eggs are not recommended for use – pathogens of salmonellosis and other infections are more often found on the shell of these eggs.

Children from one year old are recommended to take a pinch of eggshell powder per day to improve growth and prevent calcium deficiency. Gradually, the dose of the healing agent can be increased – at the age of 7, the child can be given 0.5 tsp. eggshell per day. Children over 14 and adults need 1-2 teaspoons of powder per day to get their daily dose of calcium. A mixture of lemon juice and eggshell powder is very useful – this remedy relieves the symptoms of diathesis and allergies in both children and adults. Eggshell powder is able to get rid of thyroid problems, cure gastritis and purify the blood!

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