Weight Loss | 2 Herbal Recipes

Weight loss

Weight Loss | 2 Herbal Recipes

Here are two ancient herbal recipes for obesity. I have not personally determined their effectiveness for weight loss.


It is a genus of brown algae found in the areas of rocky seashores almost throughout the world.

2 oz Fucus vesiculosus, cut
3 cups cold tap water

Boil for 15 minutes, covered. Cool.

Dose: ¼ cup four times a day on an empty stomach. After one week increase dose to ½ cup. You may add any flavoring desired.

Watch the pot carefully as it comes to a boil. If it boils over, you will have a month of stove-cleaning to do. The odor of Fucus boiling is wretched. So is the taste. Maybe garlic (fresh) would improve it.



It is a highly flavorful herb used in cooking and, along with the similar-tasting anise, is one of the primary ingredients of absinthe.

1 oz fennel seed (crushed or powdered is fine)

3 cups cold tap water

Boil water, pour over herb. Steep 30 minutes. Strain. Add 4 oz honey (optional). Drink one cup each day.

You could take them both together, along with the Bowel Program, to be more successful, but the best single weight reducer is the Liver Cleanse.

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