You can always make dried figs in olive oil, because there are available throughout the whole year. This Mediterranean product is an old traditional cure for many diseases.

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Figs are juicy fruits which have nutritional values, calories and healing properties. Many have them in their garden as an ornamental plant, but for eating someone loves them, someone not. You can find the best figs in warm regions, near the sea, but they can also be found in continental areas. They are very sensitive to low temperatures.

Pigs are packed with calcium, potassium, zinc, they also contain iron, beta carotene, vitamins C, A, E and K. Consuming this fruit you can help yourself with problems with digestion, hemorrhoids and also regulate the cholesterol. Figs can replace dairy products because of their high content of calcium, and can also be used as aphrodisiac. People who are allergic the fig tree, must be careful about the tolerance of these trees.

Recipe for dried figs in olive oil:

Take 40 pieces of figs and dry them, or buy some dried figs. Put the dried figs in a jar and pour them with olive oil to the top of the jar. Keep them closed in the jar for 40 days. They will absorb a lot of olive oil. After keeping them for 40 days in the jar, you should take one fig before each meal. Be use that you are using the best quality olive oil for the preparation, also take care for the quality of the dried figs. This old traditional recipe will help you with stomach problems, hemorrhoids, constipation, high cholesterol, infertility, anemia, asthma and bronchitis.

 

 

 

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You can always make dried figs in olive oil, because there are available throughout the whole year. This Mediterranean product is an old traditional cure for many diseases. Figs are juicy fruits which have nutritional values, calories and healing properties. Many have them in their garden as an ornamental plant,...