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Antigippine is a natural antibiotic that you can prepare easily and quickly at home and a great alternative to expensive immunity pills. Antigipine supports immunity, effectively prevents infections, including colds, also shortens their duration, and in a more severe version, it also cleans the sinuses of the secretions remaining in them. The recipe for antigipine is simple and the ingredients cost pennies.

Antigrypinais especially useful in the autumn-winter infection season - it is one of the most effective home methods to strengthen immunity, prevent diseases or alleviate the symptoms of a cold, runny nose, cough.

Unlike other home remedies, such as onion or garlic syrup, it has a very pleasant taste, and the recipe can be modified so that the mixture becomes even tastier without losing its healing properties.

What is antigipine?

Antigrypine is a mixture that after preparation is in the form of a syrup. The basis of its composition is always citrus - orange, lemon, grapefruit - to which other ingredients are then added. e.g. honey.

The basic recipe for antigipine can be enriched - depending on the taste preferences and needs - with turmeric or freshly grated ginger, thus obtaining a syrup that is not only effective, but also tasty.

Antigrypina - does it work? What makes antigipine effective?

Antigrypine uses the healing properties of the ingredients it was prepared from. It takes the best of each of the ingredients - vitamins (especially vitamin C), minerals, antibacterial and antiviral substances.

It is effective, provided that it was prepared with high-quality ingredients, and it was prepared with cooled water - too hot causes that the healing ingredients of antigipine lose some of their valuable properties.

It is also worth remembering that antigipine should be kept in the refrigerator, and after preparation it remains fresh for three days: after this time, you need to prepare another portion of the mixture.

How to prepare an antigipine?

To prepare the antigipine, you will need a blender and, of course, ingredients. It's best to use peeled fruit as they may be init contains residues of plant protection products and fruit preservatives during transport.

If you add honey, choose the real one, Polish or EU countries - nor the so-called neither artificial honey nor non-European Union honey (or its mixtures with EU honey) are suitable for the preparation of antigipine.

Garlic for antigipine should also come from Poland due to the fact that the one grown in China, which can often be found in Polish stores, is sometimes of dubious quality, and during transport it is protected against sprouting using strong chemicals.

Antigrypine with grapefruit, turmeric, ginger and garlic


  • 3 large grapefruits
  • a piece of peeled ginger root (approx 3-4 cm)
  • 8 tablespoons of honey
  • 2-3 cloves of garlic
  • 1-2 turmeric rhizome


  • Peel the grapefruit and remove as much white film as possible
  • divide the fruit into pieces, put in a blender
  • add washed, peeled and chopped turmeric, washed, peeled and sliced ​​ginger root, peeled garlic cloves and honey
  • blend so that the consistency is liquid - for too thick you can add a little water
  • if it is bitter you can add more honey
  • Pour into a jar and refrigerate.

Antigippine with lemon, honey and garlic


  • 2 large lemons
  • 8 cloves of garlic
  • 3 large tablespoons of honey
  • optional: a tablespoon of grated or ground ginger, a tablespoon of grated or ground turmeric
  • glass of water


  • put all the ingredients in a blender - you can squeeze the lemon beforehand and add only the juice, and if you prefer to add the fruit, peel them first, remove the seeds and divide them into pieces
  • blend the mixture to have a smooth consistency
  • Pour into a jar and refrigerate.

Antigrypina with orange, honey and garlic


  • 3 big oranges
  • 3 tablespoons of honey
  • 8-10 cloves of garlic
  • optionally grated or ground turmeric (1 tablespoon)
  • optional grated or ground ginger (1 tablespoon)
  • glass of water


  • squeeze the juice out of the orange, pour it into a blender (you can also add oranges, peeled and cut into pieces, removing the seeds first)
  • add honey, garlic, optional ginger and / or turmeric, water
  • blend thoroughly
  • pour into a jar, store inrefrigerator.

Antigipine from lemon, orange, grapefruit and honey


  • 1 large lemon
  • 1 orange
  • 1 grapefruit
  • 2-3 tablespoons of honey
  • optional - a clove of garlic
  • 2 cups of water


  • peel the fruit, cut it, remove the seeds, put in a blender
  • add a clove of garlic pressed through the press and a little water
  • blend, after mixing for a while, add the remaining water and keep mixing until the mixture is smooth
  • Pour into a jar and refrigerate.

How to use antigipine?

How many times a day can I take antigipine? It depends on what you are taking it for. If you want to strengthen your immunity, you can drink antigipine twice a day: a teaspoon in the morning and evening.

However, if you want antigipine to shorten an ongoing infection, use it more often - three times a day, and more - you can drink a glass before each main meal.

But beware - if you are taking antibiotics or other medications prescribed by your doctor, make sure you are safe with antigipine, especially one containing grapefruit or grapefruit juice. Grapefruit interacts with drugs and may weaken or intensify their effects, which has an impact on the healing process.

Consultation with a doctor is also recommended for people who regularly take medications, e.g. blood pressure lowering, anticoagulant or sugar regulating drugs, because in such cases antigipine may be harmful instead of helping.

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