A businessman went from the UK to Pakistan for a work conference. While he was there, he experienced chest tightness and was rushed to hospital. After a few hours of examination, the verdict was grim. He had many blockages in his heart and a heart bypass operation was necessary.
Naturally, he was anxious and told his friends about his health condition. A doctor happened to be at the conference and suggested he see a reputable natural herbalist. The following day, he went to the herbalist who gave him a mixture to drink. The instructions were simple: drink one tablespoonful on an empty stomach every morning. Not putting too much faith on this simple mixture but at the same time clutching on to hope to avoid the operation, he religiously drank the mixture everyday as suggested. If anything he told himself it wasn’t going to harm him
Weeks went by and the time for the operation was just days away. As is the procedure before any invasive heart surgery, an angiogram was necessary to determine exactly where the blockages are. A dye was injected through the artery to ensure that the blockages were visible. Doctors surrounded his bed to discuss the procedure.
To everyone’s surprise, the pictures on the large screen in the operating theatre showed all major blockages had shrunk to a level that was no longer serious. The only lifestyle change he had made in the weeks preceding the operation was to drink the mixture given to him by the elderly herbalist.
Studies now reveal that the main cause of heart disease is inflammation in the bodies affecting our organs and the heart. The inflammation is due to excessive free radicals floating in the body, which causes scarring inside the arteries. This is thought to have increased with our increased reliance on processed foods. These scarred arteries then start accumulating scar tissue, which leads to blockages.
The mixture is a very strong antioxidant, which rids the body of harmful, free radicals. It consists of Apple Cider Vinegar, ginger, garlic, lemon and honey. These ingredients are also great immune boosters for these winter months.