Try This Amish Remedy For High Blood Pressure

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High blood pressure is experienced by nearly 68 million adults in the United States alone — that’s 1 in 3 adults. With diets getting higher and higher in animal fats, high cholesterol and heart disease is becoming a much greater problem. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America.

The Amish people follow an old and strict way of life which doesn’t allow conventional medicine. They are, however, staying in touch with Nature and mostly use natural remedies in order to treat their illness.

This remedy is used by Amish people for curing high blood pressure and cholesterol. They say that this remedy is able to cure many diseases and improve the immune system. The combination of the following components is very strong and 100% effective.

Ingredients:

1 clove of grated garlic
1 piece of ginger (grated)
1 tsp. of honey
1 Tbsp. of apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. of lemon juice

Instructions:

Place all the ingredients in a blender and use high speed to mix them for half a minute.
After that, strain the mixture and keep it in the fridge for 5 days.

How to use this?

Drink small amounts throughout the day, before every meal.
If you can’t handle the taste, you can dilute the mix in a glass of water before drinking it.

What each ingredient does to our body?

Lemon
It contains vitamin C, flavonoids, and dietary fiber, which have all been proven to lower cholesterol.

Garlic
Raw garlic lowers triglycerides, glucose and cholesterol levels in the blood of mouse models. It can also help prevent atherosclerosis.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar helps lower your total cholesterol and triglyceride levels. In addition, it is a great home remedy for a number of ailments including acid reflux, high blood pressure, gout, upper respiratory infections, and others.

Honey
Honey has a mild effect in protecting arteries against cholesterol build up.

Ginger
Ginger lowers cholesterol and triglycerides levels in patients suffering from diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, nephrotic syndrome, and alcoholism.

Sources included:

1) http://www.healthandlovepage.com

2) http://naturalmedicinehouse.com

3) http://www.top10homeremedies.com

4) http://everydayroots.com

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