Amish Recipe for Blood Pressure & Cholesteral

The Amish use a combination of to control Blood Pressure and Cholesterol

Honey is rich in nutrients such as calcium, potassium, sodium, and vitamin B’s. These nutrients fight cholesterol by preventing the cholesterol from leaving the blood and moving into the blood vessels.

Garlic has been known for having herbal and medicinal benefits. Those who are given garlic supplementation have demonstrated to experience a significant reduction in their blood pressure levels.

Ginger contains an enzyme that gets activated to improve the synthesis of cholesterol.

Apple cider vinegar works by balancing the body’s pH levels and normalizing them. Fresh lemon juice is helpful for those who suffer from hypertension. Lemon helps reduce blood pressure by softening blood vessels and increasing flexibility. In addition, to all of the benefits these ingredients have in reducing cholesterol, hypertension, and high blood pressure, they offer many other health benefits. taken no more than 3 times a day a shot glass full keep in the refrigerator

Amish Recipe Ingredients: mix in a blender  I use a juicing machine

1 teaspoon of honey
1 clove of grated garlic
1 teaspoon  grated fresh ginger
1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
1 tablespoon of lemon juice

Weeks Recipe mix in a blender take 3 shots per day

1 cup of honey
21 clove of grated garlic oir a head
1 Cup of grated fresh ginger
1 .1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar
1  1/2 Cup of lemon juice

Always talk to your doctor

All the Best

Chef Murph

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