Garlic heart recipes, for better health
The first of garlic heart recipes: Crush in a squashy mass, 1 cleaned head of garlic. Then overflow it with 0.25l unrefined sunflower oil. Leave the mixture to stand for 24 hours and then it is ready for use. Keep it in a cool place, but not in the fridge. Take one teaspoon three times a day, half an hour before meals. Do the therapy for two months and then make one month break. If necessary, repeat.
If you are suffering from hypertension (high blood pressure), then, the following simple tip will help you:
Garlic against hypertension
For any type of hypertension, it is very useful in the evening to eat two crushed garlic cloves. If you are suffering from a sclerotic form of hypertension, then one or two cloves of garlic should be taken daily.
Some more garlic heart recipes follow:
Pate of garlic and lemon
Take a liter of honey, 10 lemons, and 5 garlic heads. Garlic and lemon clean, rinse and grind twice in a mixer. All stir well and put in the jar, close, and leave in a cool place.
The pate for healing will be ready in a week.
Take 4 teaspoons once a day, 20-30 minutes before meals. Between each procedure, you should take a one minute break. The same preparation can also be made from garlic and lemon juice (the same ratio applies).
The agent against thrombophlebitis and varicose vein
It should be said that this agent brings relief not only in thrombophlebitis and varicose vein enlargement, but is also recommended for ischemic heart disease and endoarthritis.
Clean and grind 250g of garlic, then pour 350g of freshly-made fresh honey, stir and leave in a dark place for a week. Take the medicine 1 tablespoon three times a day 30-40 minutes before eating. The treatment process lasts half a month, and after a minor break, it may be repeated.
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