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The Amazing First Century Remedy For Heart Disease

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How Hawthorn Berries Can Aid In Healing and Relieving Heart Problems

Hawthorn is an amazing healing plant that is widely regarded in Europe as an effective treatment for the early stages of heart disease. It is used to treat high blood pressure, arrhythmia, and congestive heart failure. In many parts of the world, over time, it has been considered an effective natural treatment for circulatory and heart problems in general.

Hawthorn (the Crataegus species) is known to have been used to treat heart disease as early as the first century. This amazing plant has a long history of use as a medicinal. In more modern times, American physicians were already using hawthorn to treat circulation problems and respiratory illnesses around the beginning of the 19th century.

In herbal medicine tradition, hawthorn berry tea has been used to to help relieve angina, which is pain in the chest associated with a restriction of blood flow to hawthorn berries ripening on the treethe heart. Modern day studies of hawthorn plant leaves and flowers have shown they can help provide some relief to symptoms of congestive heart failure, such as fatigue and shortness of breath.

Hawthorn contains many naturally occurring antioxidant flavonoids (including OPC’s) that may provide benefit to the heart. OPC’S are antioxidant compounds that consist of bioflavonoids (give fruits and vegetables their color) and polyphenols (super antioxidants found in red wine, green tea, blueberries, and other plant sources). These antioxidants can neutralize damaging free radicals and have the potential to reduce or possibly prevent the damage they cause. They can assist in improving blood flow as well as protect blood vessels from damage.

Hawthorn is available commercially in capsules and liquid extracts. It is also found as a tincture. An effective hawthorn tea can be made from dried plant parts, but it is a little bit bitter tasting. Below, you will see some recipes for hawthorn remedies that you can make at home. Check these out, and please share this article if you like it.

Drops of hawthorn
Over 20 g of crushed leaves and flowers pour 200 ml of 70% alcohol. Stir occasionally.

Leave the mixture to sit for three weeks, then strain and filter. Drink twenty drops daily with a little liquid.

These drops act preventively, but also as an adjunctive therapy in diseases of the vascular and nervous system.

Syrup of hawthorn

In a blender put 2 pounds of hawthorn berries, cover then with water so that it reaches one inch above the berries. Blend it and leave it for 24 hours.

Put it on a low flame and when it begins to gently boil, let it simmer for half an hour. Turn off the heat and let it sit for another half hour.

Strain the liquid and when it cools, place it in the refrigerator. Blend the berries adding them new water.

Then again, just cook it for half an hour and let it stand for half an hour. Good strain through a cloth, to be as dense.

Squeeze the juice from the plant. And then simmer on low heat until there is a 1/ of 4 the mixture.

Pour it into sterilized bottles and take 6 to 12 tablespoons daily. Shelf life is unlimited.

Helps with myocardial

Enhanced formula of Herbalist Richard Sulz for those who have suffered a heart attack.

Ingredients:

• 240 ml syrup hawthorn

• 30 ml of tincture of gentian

• 30 ml of tincture of ginger root

• 30 ml of tincture of cactus Selenicereus grandiflora

• 30 ml of tincture of red pepper

Preparation:

Fill half a bottle of half a liter with hawthorn syrup. In a separate bowl mix the tincture and then add the syrup and stir well.

Drink one tablespoon 3 to 8 times a day.

Source: Womans Vibe

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