What is badger fat good for and do you need it?

Composition of badger fat

Badger fat is a mass of light cream or white color with a weak specific odor. This product is a rich source of highly nutritious substances that promote rapid restoration of immunity and healing of various types of wounds.

The yellow color and pronounced unpleasant smell of badger fat indicate that the product is spoiled. It is not recommended to use it in this case.

Thus, badger fat contains vitamins A, E and K, and B vitamins (B2, B3, B6, B9, B12). It is also rich in healthy unsaturated fatty acids Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9, which the human body cannot produce on its own. This natural product also contains organic acids that enhance the antioxidant effect of vitamins.

How to properly prepare badger fat?

I have come across many times that many hunters have a deep misconception about the technology of burning fat. This applies not only to badger fat, but also to other hibernating animals. Many people think that rendering badger fat is simple: cut the lard and heat it in a frying pan or in a pressure cooker. Of course, you can heat it this way, but only for culinary purposes. Such fat is unsuitable for medicinal use.

It is well known that badger fat has medicinal properties. To date, this product has not yet been fully studied, but it is obvious that its beneficial properties are associated with the content of the group of polyunsaturated fatty acids (Omega-3). Scientists have found that this group of acids in the human body is produced slowly and in small quantities, so the fastest way to replenish the body’s needs is through food. The presence of these acids reduces the level of bad cholesterol and promotes the formation of good cholesterol, helps produce antioxidants, improves metabolism, increases hemoglobin content and normalizes blood sugar levels. There are studies that prove the slowing and stopping of the growth of malignant tumors.

The content of vitamin A and B vitamins ensures the health of the skeletal system , maintains good vision, slows down the aging process and, in general, is a source of strength and energy for our body. Badger fat is used as a folk remedy to treat various types of cough, ARVI, pneumonia, pulmonary tuberculosis, stomach and duodenal ulcers. For external use, it is effective for the treatment of cough with phlegm, burns, insect bites, wounds, frostbite, osteochondrosis, skin diseases, etc.

How to properly render badger fat for medicinal purposes? Taking into account the fact that with strong heating, Omega-3 fats and vitamins are destroyed, the task of rendering fat comes down to minimal heating. This is only possible when heated in a water bath. Fat rendered over an open fire has a changed structure and quickly oxidizes (goes rancid). To properly obtain healing fat, the hunted badger is skinned immediately at the hunting site. It is not advisable to transport and allow the carcass to be crushed by dogs. The skin must be removed carefully, leaving subcutaneous fat on the carcass. It is advisable to rinse the internal fat in cold water and transport and render it separately. It is believed that internal (cavitary) fat has a stronger effect in the treatment of colds and pulmonary diseases. But this is still in question. According to the famous expert on marmots V.I. Mashkin, in marmots, subcutaneous fat is more valuable. Back in Soviet times, Viktor Ivanovich received a patent for the technology of rendering the fat of hibernating animals.

At home, subcutaneous fat (lard) is carefully cut off with a sharp knife. Small cuts of meat do not play a special role, but the fewer there are, the better for the release of fat and its minimal heating. It is not necessary to render the fat immediately. This year it was in my freezer from October to January 15th.

How to melt badger fat

Before heating, lard and internal fat are thoroughly washed separately in running cold water and ground in a meat grinder. At home, if you don’t have an autoclave, you can simply make a water bath from available utensils. After grinding, the fat mass is transferred to a thick-walled iron container. A regular Dutch oven works well for this. To prepare a water bath, fill an iron basin with water, put it on the fire and immerse the brazier in the water. I select the size of the basin so that the frying pan does not reach the bottom of the basin and is evenly heated only by boiling water. Otherwise, upon contact with the bottom of the pelvis, the fat will have time to burn. Two cast iron pots of different sizes are good for a water bath. The smaller cast iron pot is placed upside down into the larger one. Water is poured into a large cast iron pot so that the bottom of the smaller cast iron pot is in boiling water.

How to properly melt badger fat

When melting fat, it is collected with a ladle or a large spoon as it is melted and poured through several layers of gauze into containers prepared for storage; it is advisable to select containers with a narrow neck so that contact with air during storage is minimal. At the end of the fire, the remaining “cracklings” are poured onto gauze folded in several layers and squeezed out.

How to properly melt badger fat

In the refrigerator, in a tightly closed container, the fat is stored without loss of quality for two years.

Badger fat

For those who are interested in this topic, I additionally recommend an article by Vladimir Gorlevsky.

Beneficial properties of badger fat

Badger fat is an indispensable remedy for those who like to relax in nature. It has a pronounced warming effect, therefore it is used to prevent frostbite, effectively disinfects and heals various wounds, including serious burns. Helps with insect bites and musculoskeletal disorders (sprains, arthritis, osteoporosis and osteochondrosis).

Thanks to its unique chemical composition, badger fat saturates the body with valuable substances, which helps normalize metabolism, strengthen the immune system and stabilize hormonal levels. It has a beneficial effect on the condition of the respiratory tract, reproductive, endocrine, cardiovascular and genitourinary systems of the body, as well as the gastrointestinal tract.

This is one of the most effective remedies for bronchitis, asthma, laryngitis, acute tonsillitis and even pulmonary tuberculosis. Badger fat is useful for stomach ulcers and gastritis, as it protects the walls of the stomach from irritation, gently enveloping them. It lowers blood cholesterol, reduces platelet aggregation and improves blood condition.

Badger fat has antitumor properties due to the high concentration of polyunsaturated fatty acids and vitamin A in its composition. It removes harmful compounds from the body and at the same time increases its resistance to various types of viruses and bacteria. And even pregnant women can use it.

The most valuable is the badger fat that was extracted before the start of winter - at this time it contains the highest concentration of nutrients.

Badger fat: use for coughs in adults

This natural remedy helps to quickly thin mucus that has accumulated in the respiratory tract and naturally increase their contraction. The use of badger fat is especially effective for attacks of suffocating dry cough, which interferes with normal sleep at night.

What allows badger fat to quickly cope with the symptoms of respiratory tract inflammation? The thing is that it contains a large amount of lipids - they easily penetrate the skin when applied externally and are quickly absorbed by the body when badger fat is taken orally. These components:

  • effectively normalize the condition of the upper and lower respiratory tract;
  • relieve inflammation of the mucous membranes and speed up recovery;
  • suppress the cough reflex.

Badger fat has a similar effect on the body, both with dry and wet or barking cough. To achieve an enhanced effect, it is worth combining badger fat with warmed milk or chopped onion.

Badger fat, the use of which for coughs at home is very popular, has several main advantages:

  • minimal number of side effects - there are much fewer of them, weeks from the use of potent antibiotics;
  • peripheral effect on the site of inflammation;
  • lack of complex effects on the body;
  • possibility of use for treatment of both adults and children;
  • in addition to cough relief, there is a general improvement in the functioning of the immune system;
  • versatility of use - badger fat is effective for tracheitis, laryngitis, pharyngitis, bronchitis, pneumonia.

Badger fat should not be used to treat an allergic cough - in such a situation it will not help.

How to drink badger fat when coughing?

Before using the product directly, it should be melted naturally, without heating in a water bath or in the microwave. Artificial heating provokes a fat oxidation reaction, during which chemical compounds hazardous to human health are released.

Storage and use of badger fat

Badger fat must be stored in a closed, preferably glass, container at a temperature from 0 to +5°C. Away from sunlight. The ideal place to store it is the refrigerator.

It is best to take this remedy half an hour before meals, mixing with honey, aloe juice or adding to milk. To do this, you can melt it a little, but do not bring it to a boil, otherwise it will lose some of its beneficial substances. You need to eat 3 tablespoons of this product per day.

To treat skin diseases, wounds, injuries, or simply to keep warm, badger fat must be rubbed into the skin at the problem area. It is also useful to do massages with melted badger fat.

Storage

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How to store badger fat at home is a very serious question. With the right approach to this issue, the product can be stored for two years. If you do not follow the storage rules, it can deteriorate quite quickly.

There are many recommendations in this regard. The main version is that it is necessary to store rendered badger lard in a closed, preferably glass container at a temperature range from 0 to +5 ° C. A refrigerator is perfect for meeting such conditions and this will not cause any difficulties.

There are also versions based on which it follows that the best way to preserve fat is to minimize its contact with oxygen. In such situations, it is packaged in plastic containers with a stopper, usually bottles. The fat is poured into them while warm, filling the container to the brim in order to close the lid and leave a minimum of air in the bottle.

Some producers of badger fat advise packaging it in small containers so that the least amount of product comes into contact with air when used. The container volume is selected depending on the purpose of use. Folk craftsmen invented this option for packaging and storing a product used to treat burns or rejuvenate the skin and face. That is, cases when a small portion of the product is needed one-time. Tubes of creams or toothpastes are used for storage. The lower part is cut off, washed, and after the product is poured in, the lower part is folded and secured. This storage method will eliminate the need to use large volumes of the “health elixir” for the required small portions, and minimize contact with the air.

According to research, if stored properly, fat retains its medicinal properties and beneficial substances for two years. Towards the end of this period, the benefit decreases and disappears completely. Store badger fat correctly and stay healthy.

Bear fat. Badger fat. Official documents.

Issue Topic #2: “Official Documents”

After the publication of the first issue of the newsletter (April 26, 2003), we received several questions from our Dear Readers, which we will try to cover today.

In particular, Yuri Nikolaev

writes:
“I received your newsletter, issue 1, which I am very happy about. We had to wait a long time. The materials are really interesting and useful, but there is one caveat. I don’t want to offend the author of the newsletter, but a question arises. These data are the result of personal observations (folk observation) or truly scientifically proven facts. Those. It would be useful to make links to sources, scientific works, opinions of specialists, the same cosmetologists, etc. if such works are actually used."

ANSWER:

Dear Yuri, thank you for your letter, kind words and your questions. Roman Alekseevich, the head of our project, has experience working with medicinal raw materials (badger fat, bear fat, bear bile, etc.) for more than 20 years. Hundreds of grateful people who have gained health thanks to their skills - isn’t this proven evidence of the effectiveness of using fats to treat various types of diseases? Of course, there are also official documents that we follow and present in this newsletter.

Approved by the Pharmacological Committee of the Ministry of Health of Russia on September 06, 1996 Registration number: A/96/206/M

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEDICAL USE AND TREATMENT WITH BEAR FAT

At all times, bear fat was held in high esteem and was in special demand as a healing medicinal product for a number of serious illnesses that torment humans. It is not for nothing that there are many legends and poems about bear fat. All over the world it is almost a panacea for many ailments that were considered incurable.

Particular merit in the study of bear fat belongs to the scientists of the St. Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology, the developers of the group - cytamines in bear fat such as: hepatamine, caramine, thymusamine, bronholomin, avariamin, cerebromin, renisamine, vetramin, panhramin and others.

Bear fat contains large quantities of triterpane glucosides - panoxosides, pactins, salomins, fatty oils, vitamins B1, B2, B4, B12, macro- and microelements and other substances. Ingesting bear fat after two to three weeks will significantly enhance the body's immune responses. Natural complexes of all components contained in bear fat in an easily digestible form are capable of penetrating unchanged into the cell, restoring its nucleus and DNA repair mechanism.

Thus, resistance to pathogenic agents increases. The body is quickly cleansed of pathogenic agents, purulent wounds and ulcers quickly heal, inflammatory foci in the lungs, bronchi and other organs resolve. Bear fat is especially important for middle-aged and elderly people, when there is a natural decline of many organs; bear fat maintains the immune system at the proper level, preventing the development of various diseases, and significantly influences the increase in human activity and activity. The use of bear fat in the treatment and prevention of many diseases, such as pulmonary tuberculosis, bronchitis, and pneumonia, is highly appreciated. In acute and chronic liver diseases, in addition, it protects the liver from damage by antibiotics and other drugs, including the effects of chemotherapy drugs used in oncology, and compensates for impaired enzyme formation due to poor nutrition.

Bear fat is effective in the treatment of stomach and duodenal ulcers, due to the presence in it of a large amount of vetromin - provitamin A and other macro- and microelements and other vitamins.

Bear fat is a natural complex of proteins, nucleic acids, vitamins, and minerals, which in an easily digestible form are able to penetrate into the cell in an unknown form, thereby ensuring normal functioning as a whole.

Bear fat - yellow, pale yellow, white, hardening temperature (musching) +6...+10 degrees C; liquid - at a temperature of +27...+30 degrees C, mixes well with honey, which in turn is pleasant when taken orally and provides additional benefits.

Ingestion for adults:

  • mixed with honey, 1 tablespoon 2 times a day (morning and evening) for 30 minutes. before meals;
  • without honey, 1/3 less (dessert spoon);

For children - in proportion to weight (up to 40 kg - teaspoon, 40-70 kg - dessert).

Externally: applying bandages, napkins with dressings once a day with preliminary treatment of ulcers, wounds, lesions.

Store in a cool place, no higher than +5 degrees C, avoiding direct sunlight. The shelf life of the bear fat preservative is 2 years, subject to storage rules.

Approved by the Pharmacological Committee of the Ministry of Health of Russia on September 6, 1996. License No. 67496 dated July 17, 1992.

BADGER FAT. BRIEF APPLICATION INFORMATION

BADGER FAT IS A VALUABLE HEALING PRODUCT. It has been widely used in official and folk medicine for more than 200 years as a highly effective, natural therapeutic and prophylactic drug. When taken orally, it is completely absorbed 100% in the blood, enriching it with vitamins A, B2, B5, B6, B12, R, K, PP-A, caratine, tocopherol, carotenoids, folic acid, micro- and macroelements necessary for the body, and organic acids . When badger fat is taken orally, protein metabolism is enhanced, the body's immunity is increased, and the correctness of the hematopoietic system is regulated. Badger fat has a bactericidal effect on tubercle bacilli. The secretory activity of the stomach and intestines is normalized, emotional tone increases. Purulent processes are extinguished, fistulas and lesions are closed, wounds are cleaned and the body begins to recover.

Composition of badger fat

Externally, badger fat resembles a creamy, oily mass of white or soft cream color and has a barely noticeable specific odor. This product is rich in special compounds that contribute to the rapid restoration of the body’s protective functions, and also accelerate the healing of wounds of various origins.

You need to know that a pronounced unpleasant odor and yellow color of fat indicate that it is spoiled and cannot be used.

The product contains vitamins A, K, E, as well as B vitamins. In addition, it is rich in valuable unsaturated fatty acids Omega 3-6-9. Badger fat also contains amino acids that enhance the antioxidant and regenerating effects of vitamins.

Badger fat: benefits and contraindications

The excreted product of a mammal contains a large amount of useful minerals, substances and vitamins that have a positive effect on the human body. This is one type of fat that has helped the scientific community study cetylated fatty acids.

What is badger fat rich in? The benefits of this product directly depend on the content of vitamins A and E. Thanks to such low molecular weight organic compounds, collagen and keratin are produced. Vitamins can restore damaged skin, improve immunity, relieve inflammation and help the reproductive system function better.

Badger fat: what are the benefits?


This completely natural product has many beneficial properties.
It was not without reason that people paid attention to it more than two thousand years ago. The effect of badger fat is especially effective in natural conditions. For those who love hiking and fishing, it will become a real must-have. Badger fat has a strong warming effect, so experienced hunters or avid travelers always have a jar of this substance with them, which saves them from frostbite. In addition, the product has disinfectant and wound-healing properties. By applying it to the site of a burn, even a serious one, you can significantly alleviate a person’s condition and relieve acute pain. Badger fat is also used to lubricate insect bites. In the northern regions, it is widely used by young mothers, applying it to the bites of their children, because the natural composition of the fat practically does not cause adverse reactions and allergies. Badger fat is also good for relieving the symptoms of osteochondrosis and radiculitis, especially if you put a warm sweater or shawl over it. The unique chemical composition allows fat to supply the body with much-needed substances that normalize metabolic processes and activate its own immunity. The product has a very beneficial effect on hormonal levels and the functioning of the respiratory tract, cardiovascular and genitourinary systems.

Despite the rapid development of pharmacology, badger fat is actively used in the treatment of tuberculosis. It is also useful for gastritis and gastric ulcers, as it has an excellent ability to envelop the walls of the stomach, protecting it from the aggressive effects of gastric juice. In addition, fat lowers blood cholesterol levels.

The increased concentration of vitamin A in badger fat in an easily digestible form, as well as unsaturated fatty acids, allows this product to have an antitumor effect. By removing waste and toxins from the body, fat simultaneously increases resistance to various viruses and bacteria. It is approved for use even during pregnancy and lactation, which indicates its safety.

The most valuable on the market is considered to be badger fat obtained at the very beginning of winter. At this time it contains the maximum amount of useful substances.

In order for badger fat to bring as much benefit as possible, storage rules must be followed. What is the shelf life of natural badger fat, how much and where to store badger fat, we will figure it out further.

Medicinal properties of badger fat

The use of badger fat has both a preventive and therapeutic effect on the human body. The product can be regularly used externally, as well as taken internally for general health of the body, improving the functioning of the immune system, and preventing the development of serious functional disorders.

The antioxidant properties of badger fat protect the body from the development of cancer, help prolong the youth of the body, strengthen the spirit, and improve the condition of appearance. Eating fat makes a person less vulnerable to colds and bacterial illnesses, especially during the season of colds and epidemics.

For the endocrine system, heart and blood vessels

Saturating the body with vitamins helps normalize hormonal levels, equally for men and women. The product increases and protects potency, increases male and female fertility. For ladies, the anti-inflammatory properties of the product are valuable. It protects the gynecological area from infectious and inflammatory diseases and prevents breast cancer.

The positive effect on the cardiovascular system lies in the following medicinal properties of badger fat:

  • normalization of blood viscosity;
  • elimination of vascular inflammation;
  • cholesterol reduction;
  • strengthening the myocardium;
  • increasing the strength of vascular walls;
  • increase in hemoglobin level.

Treatment with badger fat will complement any therapeutic complex for diseases of the heart, veins and arteries.

For the respiratory system

The product has a positive effect on the condition of the lungs, bronchi, and mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract. Fat is used to prevent and combat asthma, tuberculosis, and pneumonia. Traditional medicine recommends a remedy for cough of any kind, including paroxysmal barking cough with whooping cough. Internal and external use of fat for bronchitis and laryngitis will be effective. The product also accelerates the recovery of vocal cords, eliminates inflammation of the tonsils, and can be used to treat colds. The obvious anti-fever properties of fat help fight high temperatures.

For skin and mucous membranes

The wound healing properties of fat allow it to be actively used for scarless healing:

  • wounds;
  • scratches;
  • cracks;
  • burns;
  • frostbite;
  • postoperative sutures.

Restoration of the skin under the influence of the product will reduce itching, inflammation, redness and swelling of the skin, which is especially appropriate for psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, allergic rashes, and after insect bites.

The product accumulated in the badger’s body normalizes the acidity of gastric juice, accelerates the healing of the mucous membrane in case of stomach ulcers, and relieves inflammation in gastroduodenitis and enterocolitis. Can be used in complex therapy of diabetes mellitus, as it normalizes pancreatic function. Fat has choleretic and hepatorotector properties, eliminates drug and alcohol intoxication.

The ability to normalize metabolism and exhibit antioxidant activity can be used by humans for joints. Fat improves the production of collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid, and also removes salt accumulations from the body, protecting it from gout and osteochondrosis.

Shelf life of natural badger fat

According to existing standards, the shelf life of the product in question is one and a half years, provided that certain rules are met. Experts strongly recommend storing it in a cool place, preferably on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator. The most suitable temperature ranges from zero to + 5 degrees Celsius. It is unacceptable for the container with the product to be exposed to direct sunlight. If it is placed on the window under the influence of light, then the shelf life of natural badger fat will be significantly reduced and you will have to simply throw away such a valuable substance.

Badger fat?

I bought badger fat last year. My wife has a stomach ulcer. on pills all the time. It bends a little. I asked a hunter friend. he brought it. he did everything himself: he caught the badger. butchered. melted the fat. I didn’t dilute it with anything (I didn’t add any crap). In short, Zhinka drank it for a month or two. There's half a half-liter jar left. everything has healed for six months now. I forgot where the pills are. In short, he helped a lot.

In short, the question itself is how long can this product be stored in the refrigerator? otherwise it would be a pity if it deteriorates. the thing is not cheap.

If it’s in the freezer, then it’s not used yet, I still have a 5 year old one left, nothing normal.

To store fat, you must first seal it tightly. For example, in a bottle with a ground-in stopper, or at least an ordinary seal in household glass jars. In the freezer. In general, ulcers nowadays can be easily treated without any bass fat.

There was an article somewhere about storing fat. I don't remember where. Like in OiR. They wrote that in the refrigerator - 1 year. Then some oxidation occurs in it. Store in germ. packaging. The marmot itself is in its third year, but in the freezer.

quote: In general, ulcers nowadays can be easily treated without any bass fat.

quote: Originally posted by AKOS: sorry for the off-key, it’s just like that.

In our family, fat was stored for 10-15 years simply in the refrigerator. He remained white as he was. And bear fat too. exclude air access

—————— When a Moldovan car enthusiast sees the “Brick” sign, he takes out a trowel and kisses it. "BR"

Fat should be stored in the freezer. Now it is sold ready-made in capsules and bottles, but I don’t know how medicinal fat from badgers from fur farms is considered. or where they get it from, these pharmacists.

And ulcers can be treated quite simply and quickly. Modern means make it possible to really forget about this problem. I myself am an experienced ulcer, and have treated stomach ulcers and 12 PCs many times. But in general, this disease has very deep causes, and if they are not eliminated, after one and a half to two years everything repeats itself. Most often this sore is somatic.

Don't pay attention to Helicobacter, it's bullshit. In the European part of Russia, 90% of people have it, in the stomach and intestines. But for some reason everyone doesn’t become an ulcer!

stored in the freezer. a very long time. Doctors explain to the tubes that BZ stresses the liver. but smart tubes know that tubazit and kanemycin also damage the liver, as well as memory, hearing, vision, and the list goes on.

necro poster

quote: In general, ulcers nowadays can be easily treated without any bass fat

quote: Originally posted by Ann: Fat should be stored in the freezer. Now it is sold ready-made in capsules and bottles, but I don’t know how medicinal fat from badgers from fur farms is considered. or where they get it from, these pharmacists. !

What they sell in a bottle at the pharmacy has fat content of 10%. It didn't help until the badger hunt gave me fat.

quote: Originally posted by ayf: What they sell in a bottle at the pharmacy has fat content, it’s good if it’s 10%. It didn't help until the badger hunt gave me fat.

I didn't drink. smeared the chest and back for bronchitis.

quote: I can’t drink this crap, it comes back out even if I take gelatin capsules. Not to mention clean.

The Old Believers melted badger fat for me, according to their recipes, it became like butter in the refrigerator, odorless, my voice went cold, I swallowed a couple of tablespoons with hot tea in the evening, and spoke in the morning.

quote: in the evening I swallowed a couple of tablespoons with hot tea,

quote: And he also makes me look like a pussy - you can’t do it with two hands.

It may be necessary to repeat, but what comes from the pot from a beer is a fact!

quote: it’s a fact that he brings it from the pot with no beer!

quote: (two is actually a lot for an untrained stomach)

It’s me who foolishly now does the same thing myself.

semi-off about ulcer. Last year I went to Kostroma to a moose farm. It turns out that moose milk is very helpful in treating ulcers; there is a whole sanatorium near the farm that has been operating since Soviet times. I tried the milk, it was unusual, but tasty.

Leon2008 Can I ask what recipes the Old Believers used to melt this fat? Otherwise, a very close relative of mine has chronic bronchitis.

In order to preserve fat longer, it is necessary to reduce the possibility of oxidation, i.e. in a dark place (can be wrapped in foil), exclude access to oxygen (pour into containers to capacity and seal tightly), and store at low temperature. The shelf life depends on the storage conditions, but from somewhere there was information that it is 18 months.

What is badger fat useful for and what does it help with?

The product in question has a positive effect on the body:

  • Helping improve protein metabolism in the body.
  • Having a beneficial effect on the human gastrointestinal tract.
  • Increasing hemoglobin.
  • Having a negative effect on pathogens of infectious diseases.
  • Promoting the restoration process of tissues in the body. The ability to envelop and protect the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract has been noted.
  • Improving cardiac activity, reducing the risk of thrombosis and atherosclerosis.
  • Eliminating hormonal imbalance, increasing potency and fertility.
  • Reducing the possibility of developing cancer.
  • Providing a restorative effect on nail plates, skin and hair. Prevents premature aging.

  • Disorders in the digestive system.
  • Cardiovascular diseases.
  • Problems with the skin.
  • Respiratory diseases.
  • Infectious and inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract.
  • Problems with the musculoskeletal system.

The positive effect of using badger fat in gynecology and for men's health is also known.

How to choose the right one when purchasing

Badger fat is a fairly expensive and unique product, so unscrupulous sellers are trying in every possible way to either completely counterfeit it and sell a product where the content of the natural component is zero, or add a little badger fat to cheap animal fat and pass it off as a quality product.


Often a popular product contains many preservatives to extend shelf life.

  • A product that has already expired will smell unpleasantly with a putrid aroma and taste rancid.
  • Normally, the product has a milky, slightly yellowish or creamy tint. If the color is different, dyes have been added, which gives the right to doubt the quality of the product.
  • The product should not be stored or sold in plastic containers.
  • A high-quality product melts and spreads when left at room temperature.
  • A product with impurities may not harden in the refrigerator, which indicates a low quality product.

Folk recipes

Since badger remedy is an excellent helper in various problems of the body, it is actively used by traditional medicine in many recipes. Therefore, let's look at how to take badger fat for the prevention and treatment of various diseases, injuries and other problems in the human body.

To boost immunity

Badger product perfectly helps with reduced immunity, which is why there are quite a few recipes for products based on it. The main problem with this product is the nasty taste, so children categorically refuse to use it.


But there is also a way out of this situation - to mask the unpleasant taste with tasty, sweet, and most importantly - healthy dried fruits.

Therefore, let's consider the most popular recipe for boosting immunity with badger product and dried fruits.

50 g of badger fat is diluted with honey (50 g), raisins (25 g), dried apricots (25 g), walnuts (50 g). Dried fruits are finely chopped with a knife or meat grinder. The received product is taken for 30 days, 1 tbsp. bed per day in the morning before meals.

For a cold

When you have a cold or respiratory problems, you can use a popular recipe from Tibet.


To prepare the medicine, use badger fat (50 g), dilute it with a tablespoon of honey and cocoa powder, and mix thoroughly. Aloe pulp (25 g), butter (25 g), mumiyo (1 g), propolis (0.5 g), 96% alcohol (0.5 tsp) are also added here. The drug is used as an additive to warm milk: add 1 tbsp to 1 glass of milk. l of product, stir and drink. Take before meals (2 hours) three times a day.

When coughing

Badger fat is known for its amazing effect when used for severe cough caused by a cold. The natural product is used in this case as a means for rubbing the chest or for oral administration.

As for external use, it is recommended to first hold the product at room temperature so that it warms up and rub it into the chest and back, in the area of ​​the lungs and bronchi, without affecting the heart area. To enhance the warming effect, wrap the area with a towel and wrap yourself in a blanket. You can stay in this state all night.


There is also a good recipe for oral administration that will appeal to both children and adults.

For ulcers and gastritis

Badger fat is also very effective in treating stomach ulcers. To do this, it is used in its pure form, without additives or additional ingredients. In the morning, on an empty stomach, it is recommended to use 1 tbsp. l. per day.

For stretch marks and muscle pain


If you have injured your muscles, it is recommended to prepare a mixture based on badger fat.
To do this, prepare 50 ml of fat, 5 drops of rosemary, lavender essential oil, 2 drops of peppermint essential oil and 15 ml of wheat germ oil. The product is mixed well and rubbed three times a day into the affected areas of the body, after preliminary steaming. A positive effect from using this remedy from badger fat can be achieved for the treatment of sore joints; the application is the same as in the case of muscle injuries.

For hair

Badger fat can be effectively used to prevent or stop baldness and restore dry and brittle hair.

To do this, it is recommended to pay attention to the following remedy, which is prepared independently.


For a tablespoon of badger product, use colorless henna (1 tbsp), aloe juice (1 tbsp), whey (2 tbsp), geranium essential oil (3 drops). The mass is applied to the hair and left for 1 hour, then washed off with warm water and shampoo. You can repeat the application once a week until a positive result is obtained.

For cracks on the feet and palms

Homemade cream based on a natural product has a healing, moisturizing and softening effect on the skin of the hands and feet. In order to achieve the desired effect, the day before the product is prepared, add 2 tsp to rose water (50 ml). lecithin. Leave the mixture to brew for 1 day. The next morning, the badger fat (100 ml) is melted and almond oil (50 ml), 20 g of beeswax and rose water with lecithin are added. Store the cream in the refrigerator and apply to damaged areas of the skin twice a day.

Badger fat: properties, use and contraindications

Hunters in Siberia and the Far East used it to save themselves from frostbite and get rid of coughs.

During the Great Patriotic War, the unique properties of badger fat reserves were used in the treatment of bullet wounds and nursing exhausted patients. Today this dietary supplement is known as a cough remedy. But the benefits of badger fat are not limited to this.

What's included

It is not without reason that badger product is a very popular remedy in the treatment of various diseases, as it is rich in vitamins A, E, B, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids and organic acids.

The product in question has a positive effect on the body:

  • Helping improve protein metabolism in the body.
  • Having a beneficial effect on the human gastrointestinal tract.
  • Increasing hemoglobin.
  • Having a negative effect on pathogens of infectious diseases.
  • Promoting the restoration process of tissues in the body. The ability to envelop and protect the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract has been noted.
  • Improving cardiac activity, reducing the risk of thrombosis and atherosclerosis.
  • Eliminating hormonal imbalance, increasing potency and fertility.
  • Reducing the possibility of developing cancer.
  • Providing a restorative effect on nail plates, skin and hair. Prevents premature aging.

Traditional medicine calls for the use of badger fat for people who suffer from:

  • Disorders in the digestive system.
  • Cardiovascular diseases.
  • Problems with the skin.
  • Respiratory diseases.
  • Infectious and inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract.
  • Problems with the musculoskeletal system.

The positive effect of using badger fat in gynecology and for men's health is also known.

Badger fat is a fairly expensive and unique product, so unscrupulous sellers are trying in every possible way to either completely counterfeit it and sell a product where the content of the natural component is zero, or add a little badger fat to cheap animal fat and pass it off as a quality product.

Often a popular product contains many preservatives to extend shelf life. Important! Sometimes flavorings and dyes are added to spoiled badger product in order to disguise the expired expiration date.

To protect yourself from deception, you need to take into account the rules that will prevent you from making mistakes when purchasing a badger product:

  • A product that has already expired will smell unpleasantly with a putrid aroma and taste rancid.
  • Normally, the product has a milky, slightly yellowish or creamy tint. If the color is different, dyes have been added, which gives the right to doubt the quality of the product.
  • The product should not be stored or sold in plastic containers.
  • A high-quality product melts and spreads when left at room temperature.
  • A product with impurities may not harden in the refrigerator, which indicates a low quality product.

The natural product is stored exclusively in the refrigerator at temperatures up to 5°. You can also store the product in the freezer at temperatures down to -20°. The medicine must be in original glass containers.

Folk recipes

Since badger remedy is an excellent helper in various problems of the body, it is actively used by traditional medicine in many recipes. Therefore, let's look at how to take badger fat for the prevention and treatment of various diseases, injuries and other problems in the human body.

Badger product perfectly helps with reduced immunity, which is why there are quite a few recipes for products based on it. The main problem with this product is the nasty taste, so children categorically refuse to use it. But there is also a way out of this situation - to mask the unpleasant taste with tasty, sweet, and most importantly - healthy dried fruits.

Therefore, let's consider the most popular recipe for boosting immunity with badger product and dried fruits.

50 g of badger fat is diluted with honey (50 g), raisins (25 g), dried apricots (25 g), walnuts (50 g). Dried fruits are finely chopped with a knife or meat grinder. The received product is taken for 30 days, 1 tbsp. bed per day in the morning before meals.

For a cold

When you have a cold or respiratory problems, you can use a popular recipe from Tibet. To prepare the medicine, use badger fat (50 g), dilute it with a tablespoon of honey and cocoa powder, and mix thoroughly.

Aloe pulp (25 g), butter (25 g), mumiyo (1 g), propolis (0.5 g), 96% alcohol (0.5 tsp) are also added here. The drug is used as an additive to warm milk: add 1 tbsp to 1 glass of milk. l of product, stir and drink.

Take before meals (2 hours) three times a day.

When coughing

Badger fat is known for its amazing effect when used for severe cough caused by a cold. The natural product is used in this case as a means for rubbing the chest or for oral administration.

As for external use, it is recommended to first hold the product at room temperature so that it warms up and rub it into the chest and back, in the area of ​​the lungs and bronchi, without affecting the heart area. To enhance the warming effect, wrap the area with a towel and wrap yourself in a blanket. You can stay in this state all night. There is also a good recipe for oral administration that will appeal to both children and adults.

Important! Badger fat cannot be used to treat children under 6 years of age. For 4 dessert spoons of badger fat, use dark chocolate (50 g) and butter (50 g).

To prepare the product, melt chocolate and butter and cool slightly, then add fat. You can also add 3 tsp. cocoa, to enhance the chocolate aroma. The product is taken in 1 tbsp. spoon before meals, once a day.

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You can also dilute the medicine with warm milk and drink in small sips.

Badger fat is also very effective in treating stomach ulcers. To do this, it is used in its pure form, without additives or additional ingredients. In the morning, on an empty stomach, it is recommended to use 1 tbsp. l. per day.

If you have injured your muscles, it is recommended to prepare a mixture based on badger fat. To do this, prepare 50 ml of fat, 5 drops of rosemary, lavender essential oil, 2 drops of peppermint essential oil and 15 ml of wheat germ oil. The product is mixed well and rubbed three times a day into the affected areas of the body, after preliminary steaming.

A positive effect from using this remedy from badger fat can be achieved for the treatment of sore joints; the application is the same as in the case of muscle injuries.

For hair

Badger fat can be effectively used to prevent or stop baldness and restore dry and brittle hair.

To do this, it is recommended to pay attention to the following remedy, which is prepared independently. For a tablespoon of badger product, use colorless henna (1 tbsp), aloe juice (1 tbsp), whey (2 tbsp), geranium essential oil (3 drops). The mass is applied to the hair and left for 1 hour, then washed off with warm water and shampoo. You can repeat the application once a week until a positive result is obtained.

Homemade cream based on a natural product has a healing, moisturizing and softening effect on the skin of the hands and feet. In order to achieve the desired effect, the day before the product is prepared, add 2 tsp to rose water (50 ml).

lecithin. Leave the mixture to brew for 1 day. The next morning, the badger fat (100 ml) is melted and almond oil (50 ml), 20 g of beeswax and rose water with lecithin are added. Store the cream in the refrigerator and apply to damaged areas of the skin twice a day.

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You cannot use badger fat in the following cases:

  • Chronic pancreatitis, since animal fat will overload the pancreas and cause attacks of pain.
  • Kidney and liver diseases.
  • Children under 6 years of age.
  • Individual intolerance and tendency to dermatitis.
  • Pregnancy.

When discussing contraindications, it is worth paying attention to the issue of using badger fat at a temperature, and whether or not it can be used in this case is worth considering in more detail.

The fact is that this product has a warming effect, so it is not recommended to smear it at elevated body temperatures. It is better to wait until the temperature subsides and only then resort to using an effective remedy.

As for the harmful effects on the body, it is possible if the badger product is taken by people for whom it is contraindicated.

Sometimes the product causes allergic reactions, and children may experience Quincke's edema in case of individual intolerance to the product.

Thus, badger fat is an effective remedy in the fight against common problems and diseases. The main thing is to choose a quality product and follow the dosage when using the medicine, taking into account the individual characteristics of the body.

The instructions for using badger fat state that an overdose leads to difficulty in the digestive tract, diarrhea and vomiting.

If you have any doubts about whether you should take badger fat or not, you should consult your doctor. He will advise you, perhaps give you a referral to undergo diagnostics and then prescribe the dosage and amount of intake per day.

badger fat how to store

In standard situations, administration is carried out according to the following dosages:

  • For adults. For therapeutic purposes – 1 tablespoon (maximum amount no more than three per day). For prevention – 1 tablespoon per day.
  • Children aged 12 and older. For treatment – ​​a teaspoon (maximum dosage 2 teaspoons). For preventive purposes, no more than 1 teaspoon per day.
  • Children from 6 to 12 years old. For prevention and treatment, no more than ½ teaspoon per day.
  • Children under six years old. The recommended dose of fat is a third of a teaspoon.
  • individual intolerance to substances contained in badger fat;
  • pregnancy with complications;
  • infancy;
  • presence of problems with the release of bile enzymes.
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