Friday, October 22, 2010

Homemade antidote for opening clogged heart arteries

A few days back I received an e-mail from a friend in which a recipe was given (to be prepared at home easily) for opening the clogged arteries of the heart. The mail claimed that the person who used it was to be operated for three clogged arteries. But he used the medicine for one month and two of the three arteries cleared off. Well I didn’t relay give any importance to it as everyday many such mails fill up our mail boxes.
Then I visited a friend who recently had a by-pass operation. There at his home, his mother also talked of the same antidote for opening the closed arteries. She even gave an address of a place where such indigenous medicine was available, which otherwise can also be easily made in the kitchen.
Well, I am still not sure, but since the ingredients are all natural and no refined ingredients are used, there is no harm trying the medicine if you are suffering from the disease. The medicine is also said to be good for lowering blood pressure and cholesterol.
You would need following ingredients for the preparation of the medicine:-
  • 1 cup of fresh lemon juice
  • 1 cup of ginger juice
  • 1 cup of garlic juice
  • 1 cup of unrefined apple cider vinegar
  • 3 cups of raw / unpasteurized natural honey
Put all ingredients, less honey, in a pan and heat (low heat) for half an hour, till the four cups reduce to three cups. Then remove the pan and let it cold. Then add three cups of honey and stir it well so that it dissolves evenly in the mixture. Preserve it in an air tight bottle and keep in cool place. Take three table spoons full of this mixture every day before eating anything.
Take a test after one month – you may be wondered (I hope so).


Jalal! I tried it twice but it failed & then I had to go for the Heart By-pass operation, as you know already. So people, please don't fall for it. Your Life is too precious to experiment on it. You may not be the lucky one like me who survived the experiment.
Zaffar Iqbal Durrani

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