Traditional Amish Remedy That Reduces Cholesterol and High Blood Pressure

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Long term-high blood pressure increases the risk of stroke, heart attack and diabetes.
Causes of high blood pressure include a high salt diet, emotional stress, alcohol, caffeine, smoking, obesity, inactivity, birth control pills, and heavy-metal poisoning.

Natural cures for high cholesterol & High Blood Pressure are without a doubt the best & safest way to lower cholesterol naturally.

This Amish remedy is effective in reducing cholesterol, blood sugar and it also strengthens the immune system. It has strong antiviral, antibacterial and anticancer properties.

Recipe of Amish Remedy


1 tsp of raw organic apple cider vinegar.
1 tsp fresh lemon juice
1 fresh garlic clove, grated
1 knob fresh ginger, grated
1 tsp raw organic honey

Blend all the ingredients together. Keep it in the fridge, and use it within 5 days.
Check the video below, and follow the instructions

Other home remedy to maintain cholesterol & high blood pressure

Hawthorn is an herbal remedy for high blood pressure that has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Decoctions of hawthorn seem to have a whole host of benefits on cardiovascular health, including reduction of blood pressure, the prevention of clot formation, and an increase in blood circulation.

Cinnamon is another tasty seasoning that requires little effort to include in your daily diet and that may bring your blood pressure numbers down.Cinnamon combined with magnesium, diet, and lifestyle changes may lead to overall reductions in blood pressure up to 25mm Hg.

Green Tea
Green tea contains various compounds that lower LDL cholesterol levels. A study performed in Brazil where people consumed green tea extract in capsules resulted in a 4.5 percent lowering of LDL cholesterol levels.

Soluble Fiber
Slow the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines by consuming foods such as oats, legumes, prunes, apples, carrots, broccoli and yams, all high in soluble fiber. Five to 10 grams daily can produce a 5 percent reduction in LDL cholesterol.



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