Tocosh, the ancient natural penicillin

Tocosh, the ancient natural penicillin

Tocosh is good for the immune system and the treatment of gastrointestinal problems, osteoporosis, respiratory conditions and other diseases. This natural treasure from Peru provides large amounts of carbohydrates and also polyunsaturated oils that are good for health.

The penetrating smell of the "natural penicillin from Peru" is due to the fermentation process of the potato, which is placed for about 6 months in a deep well of between 2 and 6 meters near a stream. Thanks to fermentation, the presence of "natural antibiotics" is generated.

The Incas considered that food was a gift from their APUS (Gods), and like any offering, it should serve as a token of affection and affection.The Potato was considered one of the greatest displays of affection, and in their processes for its consumption always involved another Divinity.
This is the case of the preparation of "TOCOSH" of the one who defined it as the preservative of the body. The RIO was involved in its preparation. They (the Incas) dug a pool on the river bank and into it they introduced selected potatoes, the same ones that were inside a net made of ICHU (Andean straw); once they were introduced into the pools, they were pressed with many stones and the river water was allowed to flow for between 06 and 12 months. The water that ran through these wells began to transform the potato, which generated a natural and very effective antibiotic. Then they took out the potatoes (or what was left) and then the Sun intervened, it dried before the star king and with it porridge, broths and some stews were prepared. Now I want to stop to explain its use as medicine:


  • It is a product obtained from femented potato pulp, a process that activates the antibiotic (natural Penicillin). Contains alkaloids, steroids, amino acids.
  • It is antimicrobial.
  • Strengthens the immune system, fights stomach ulcers, chronic gastritis, kidney disease, hemorrhoids.
  • Avoid osteoporosis.
  • Relieves upper respiratory conditions (bronchitis, pharyngitis, asthma).
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Video: Fighting bacteria without antibiotics. Jody Druce. [email protected] (June 2021).