Wine is one of the most popular and popular alcoholic beverages among consumers. Every kind of it, sweet or dry, white or red, produced at home, bought from winemakers or even in an ordinary shop, will find its amateurs everywhere.
Wine has been known as a drink for thousands of years. The art of manufacturing itself has been slightly modified, but its properties have been preserved to this day.
Wine as a cure
Wine has long been considered to be a good beverage not only for the frontal humor of the feasting party. It was consumed during feasts, especially at courts and at the table of wealthy people, as a certain indicator of wealth status. The vineyards where the vines were grown for the production of this noble beverage were signed with the name of their owners, and the taste of the produced wine became recognizable as one of a kind.
Wine was also becoming a cure. It was supported during feasts in order to improve digestion of fatty postures, especially meat.
Whether our ancestors were right in using such a cure for these ailments, it was verified by modern medicine. It turned out that, yes, wine has a great influence on the quality of digestion, stimulating the digestive system, especially the pancreas and liver, to work more efficiently. The chemical compounds contained in wine also help to transport nutrients in the bloodstream.
Wine for the circulatory system
Our veins and arteries should also be grateful for a glass of wine, for example, for a meal. Thanks to this, the capillaries expand, which increases the light and throughput of blood vessels, and as a result supports oxygenation and proper nutrition of cells in the whole body. A small amount of wine also saves the heart, supporting blood flow and allowing it to be more efficient. Increasing blood pressure also reduces deposits of fat and calcium, which can lead to atherosclerosis, blockages, heart attacks or cerebral hemorrhage.
So from time to time it is worth to use a pleasant and useful combination, and taste some wine. This can improve your mood, for example after a tiring day (wine has great relaxing properties and increases the level of serotonin, the happiness hormone in your brain), and also take care of your bloodstream. Better oxygenated and nourished cells will work more efficiently, fatigue will disappear and we will be able to enjoy better well-being.
Wine, rescue or perdition?
Of course, this advice is available to people who know when to say enough. The good qualities of wine should not be exaggerated and used beyond measure, as this may be counterproductive.
Let us not forget that wine, although it belongs to the group of beverages where the coefficient of presence of pure ethyl alcohol is a dozen or so percent, is still an alcoholic product. Excess alcohol damages internal organs, leads very easily to a fatal addiction, can cause other diseases, and can even lead to depression and racketeering on one's own life, not to mention the negative consequences in the form of rejection and suffering of the immediate family. Wine, used in moderation and with the right approach, can help us, but when we are not sure whether we can afford to experiment with our self-control, it is best to give up..