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Thursday, December 19, 2013

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5,000 Years Old Buddhist Health Recipe

Team - 5:05 AM

This ancient recipe of a pharmacist was found in 1972 in a Buddhist monastery in the mountains of Tibet. It was dated to be 5,000 years old.

PREPARATION:

Add 350 grams of crushed garlic in a glass jar. Pour over it 220-250 grams of 95-96° alcohol, rum or other spirits.

WARNING:

The alcohol may not contain other substances, like benzalkonium chloride or methanol.

Close the jar hermetically and place in the refrigerator for 10 days. In the 11th day filter it all with a very fine strainer or gauze. The resulting liquid is poured into the same pot and placed another 2 days in the refrigerator.


TREATMENT:


After this period, the remedy is ready for treatment (the drops may be taken with some milk or water before starting to eat), as follows:

Continue with 25 drops/ 3 times a day, until you finish the entire quantity.

THIS THERAPY MAY BE REPEATED ONLY ONCE EVERY 5 YEARS!

CURES:
  • The sick myocardial diaphragm;
  • Arteriosclerosis;
  • Sinusitis;
  • Hypertension;
  • Lung disease;
  • Arthritis and rheumatism;
  • Various vision and hearing disorders;
  • Impotence;
  • Lack of appetite;
  • Gastritis, stomach ulcers and hemorrhoids;
  • Clears the body of fats and stones (kidney, gall);
  • Improves the metabolism and thus all blood vessels (re)become elastic;
  • Melts the blood clots;
  • Regulates the body weight;
And possibly the most important one:
It absorbs any internal and external tumors!

By Alexander Light, HumansAreHealthy.com


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2 comments:

  1. But Bhudda lived about 2500 years ago...

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  2. Evan: "This ancient recipe of a pharmacist was found in 1972 in a Buddhist monastery in the mountains of Tibet. It was dated to be 5,000 years old."
    Thus, it might not be Buddhist, but an even more ancient recipe simply 'found' in a Buddhist monastery. I'm no Christian for example, but still I might have a Bible laying around somewhere in my house.
    That being said, what I find more striking is that this article is totally lacking any kind of source which we can see. I for one would like to see a picture of told recipe.

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