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Pine tree bud syrup


– For chesty cough or bronchitis.

Pine tree bud syrup


– 3 to 4 handfuls of very small pine tree buds (our photo: gathering pine tree buds in the Alps)

– 33.8 fl. oz (1 liter) of water

– 2.2 lb. (1 kg) of brown sugar

– 1/2 teaspoon (3 grams) of ascorbic acid (= vitamin C), for sale at the pharmacy

– 1 saucepan

Pine tree bud syrup preparation

– Wash and chop the pine tree buds, put them in a saucepan

– Add the water and sugar

– Cook the mixture until a beaded, syrupy consistency is reached (= cook until a bead is formed at the end of the spatula)

– Let cool.

– When the syrup is cool, add the ascorbic acid

– Cover the syrup with a cloth (napkin)

– Let rest for 2 to 3 days

– Filter

– Pour into bottle

Pine tree bud syrup dosage

– 3 tablespoons, morning, afternoon, and night every day for cough or bronchitis (indicative dosage).

Shelf life:
6 to 12 months, stored in a dry place

See also: bronchial teaplantain syrup

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