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After Reading This You Will Never Throw Away Eggshells Again

An average size eggshell contains around 90% calcium and it’s also a natural source of more than 27 minerals. Such as silicon, sodium, sulfur, aluminum, magnesium, phosphorus and many more, the composition of the eggshell is very similar to our bones and teeth, which makes it easy for our body to absorb it.

A lot of different amino acids are also found in the eggshell such as methionine, cysteine, lysine and isoleucine. So overall we can conclude that eggshells are a very good source of calcium.

Why is Calcium so important?

Calcium has an important role in keeping the body functioning properly. Some of calcium main functions are creating bone mass and preventing osteoporosis, but calcium also helps normalize the function of nerves and muscles, helps regulate your heartbeat, helps you sleep, and helps promotes healthy skin and hair. It is also important in immunological activity of cells.

There are many factors that can lower the calcium level in your body. Things like, excessive coffee, alcohol consumption and carbonated beverages and sitting too much can all lower your body’s calcium level. Women who are pregnant, women in menopause, men over the age of 50, and people suffering from digestive disorders are especially prone to calcium deficiency. Also, eggshells are especially beneficial for children because of their body’s formation of bone tissue.

Studies also showed accelerated healing when using eggshells for treating such orthopedic diseases as congenital dislocation of a hip or osteoporosis. When using eggshells for medicinal purposes it is important to use organic eggs to avoid any chemicals or antibiotics. Increasing the amount of eggshell calcium consumed can not only help treat a calcium deficiency and osteoporosis, but it can help with high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Additionally, eggshells can help with the production of blood cells.

Here are some ideas for what you can use them:

Use eggshells to treat Cavities

Eggshells provide the necessary amount of calcium to keep the flow of minerals to your teeth. Take around 8 to 10 eggshells and boil them for 5 minutes. This will remove any unwanted bacteria or pathogens from the eggshells. After boiling the eggshells let them air dry. Next, grind the eggshells into a fine powder (a coffee grinder works great for this). Take ½ teaspoon per day of the powder. It is not important how you ingest the eggshells, but that you ingest the eggshells. This means you can add it to your favorite smoothie or juice, mix with water for a quick ingestion or sprinkle into your meal!

Cleanse your blood and strengthen your system

Wash and crush 5 eggshells into a fine powder. Mix the crushed eggshell powder into 10½ cups of water. Let the mixture stand in the refrigerator for 7 days prior to consumption. Drink 2 glasses of this mixture per day. If you would like to add some extra flavor to it you can add a few drops of fresh lemon juice to each glass. Store the mixture in the refrigerator.

Use eggshells to Treat Gastritis and Ulcer

Wash and crush 2 eggshells. Add 3 teaspoons of freshly squeezed lemon juice and when the shells are softened, add about ½ a cup of hot milk. Consume the remedy two times per day. Consume it once in the morning after you wake up and once at night right before you go to bed. For the best results, try not to eat or drink anything before taking the remedy.