How Heart Patients Can Avoid Surgery And Open Their Blockage


Heart disease is becoming quite common. One of the reasons is the eating habits and the life style of the average man in the present age. All this leads to a clogging of the artries, which can be clearly seen through an angiograph. The result is that the efficiency of the heart goes down and the result can be dangerous.The arteries that pump blood from the heart lose their efficiency. In such a situation a patient can try an alternative medicine that has been perfected by Prof Dr. S Vikineswary of the Biotech division of the Institute of Biological Sciences,

Kuala Lumper, in Malaysia. dr Vikineswary is oif Indian origin and we must compliment him on his recommendation.


The recipe is given below and can be a great help in heart vein opening.
For Heart Vein opening:
 Lemon juice 01 cup
 Ginger juice 01 cup
 Garlic juice 01 cup

/>  Apple vinegar 01 cup

Mix all the above together in a large bowl. Put the mixture in container and boil on low heat, approximately half hour. Continue till the mixture is reduced to 3 cups. After this take the concotion off the stove and allow it to cool. After cooling, mix 3 cups of natural honey and store it in bottle.

Every morning before breakfast, make it a point to consume one Table spoon regularly. Your blockage of Vein’s will open. This appears to have been tried out on a number of patients. For people all over the world who are inflicted by heart blockage , there can be no harm in trying this remedy. It may just work out. However it will be advisable to consult your family doctor as well.


 



Article Written By Madan G Singh

An early retired Gp Capt from Air Force who is an Executive Director in the Corporate world. Loves to write fiction and articles. Published over 60 short stories and his novel" Romance of the Frontier" is published from Notion Books.His second novel is on way for publication. The author also has close to 10,000 articles on the b net with millions of views

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