Lemon with Garlic for Clearing Heart Blockages - It Really Works for Me!

by Peter
(Eden NSW Australia)

In my family there has never been any recorded case of cancer. However many heart problems. My Grandfather and Father died in their mid fifties, My eldest brother died at 66 years of age, My eldest sister at 58 years and my Nephew aged 48 all from heart related problems. Some where smokers whilst others were non-smokers and led what you would call a healthy lifestyle.

Twenty years ago I had plaque around the heart. After an Angiogram they told me I would probably need heart or Bi-pass surgery in about 15 or 20 years from that date.

One day a man I knew, who had been facing heart Bi-pass surgery for blocked arteries told me of a mixture that he had taken over 7 weeks that had completely cleared his blocked arteries. He was told he did not need bi-pass surgery.

Even though a bit sceptical at the time I wrote the mixture down for future reference.

6 months ago I gave someone a lift to move some heavy machinery around. Started to get chest pains. Thinking I had probably strained a chest muscle, but to be on the safe side, After a few days’ I started to take the mixture he had told me of. After eight weeks I still had some chest pains. So finally I told my doctor. He sent me straight away for heart scans. After I had the heart scans they told me for a man of nearly 70 years it was unusual to find little or no plaque around the heart. Hopefully the following information might help you to help someone... They also added that most of my arteries through my body were also clear of plaque.


Clearing veins and arteries, that really works.

First use fresh water to wash the lemons and garlic.
Take 6 lemons cut up including peel (Make sure the lemons are the thin-skinned types). If you can only get the thick-skinned ones simply peel the thin outer yellow peel. Place this in a heap ready to go into the mixture. Then peel off the thick white stuff and throw away. No need on the thin-skinned lemons, just chop them up. The garlic (30 cloves) you usually get about ten cloves per bulb of garlic. Just separate the cloves and chop up (no need to worry about a bit of peel or shell), as the whole lot will be strained when finished.



Place 3 lemons and 15 cloves of garlic in food processor or vitamiser. Top it up with water (If you want you can add a little sugar for taste) and then vitamise.
pour into a metal pot. Then repeat the process with the other 3 lemons and 15 cloves of garlic. Finally was the vitamiser out with another litre of water and pour this also into the pot.

Bring the pot to boil, and then simmer for five minutes. Pour through a strainer, and let liquid drain into another pot. Finally when all the liquid has drained into the pot, leave it for some time to cool.

When it has cooled use a strainer and funnel to pour into bottles.

Note: give the mixture time to drain through the strainer. And do not keep the slurry from the strainer. Simply throw it away.

You should finish up with (About 3 to 4 Litre Bottles Quantity). Store in fridge. NOTE: DO NOT USE PLASTIC BOTTLES (Plastic bottles with filled warm or hot liquid can cause serious health problems), as plastic particles will leach into liquid in bottle. Use only GLASS Bottles to keep the mixture in.

First Dosage: Drink 1 standard glass each day for three weeks.

Then stop for one week

Second Dosage: Drink 1 standard glass each day for the final three weeks.

Repeat above every twelve months, or whenever you feel like it as long as you allow some time between treatments.

You can also warm the liquid if preferred, or even dilute it with water and ice for a refreshing summer drink. The lemons kill the smell of garlic on your breath. The secret of the mixture is it's easy to prepare, and inexpensive to make up.

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