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Monday, February 20, 2017

Miraculous Tibetian Medicine 2000 Years Old! Against Cholesterol And Calcareous Deposits On The Blood Vessels

Team - 2:45 AM

The recipe for this Tibetan medicine was found in traditional Tibetan monastery, written on clay tablets.

It is assumed that it was written more than 2,000 years ago and was used against triglycerides, cholesterol and calcareous deposits on the blood vessels, as well as for longevity.

In addition to successfully cleaning the blood vessels, this ancient Tibetan medicine improves the elasticity of blood vessels (preventing the cracking of blood vessels, and thus the flow of blood); it prevents heart attacks, brain and angina pectoris. Then, it prevents cancer, improves eyesight and rejuvenates the body.


Finely grind 300 grams of garlic and 1 kilogram of lemon rind.

After that, boil 1.5 liters of water and then reduce the heat and add the milled garlic and lemon but cover the container.

Boil this mixture exclusively on low heat for 14-15 minutes (not longer than that). Then remove it from heat and leave it to cool. This is the prepared Tibetan medicine that should be poured and stored in a covered glass container (jar).

0.5 dl of this medicine should be taken on an empty stomach every morning for 25 days. After that, be sure to make a break of 10 days, and then repeat the process to improve the health situation. Then stop using the medicine.

Note: Strictly adhere to the daily dose of the medicine and make a break of 10 days between the two treatments. After the healing, you should not take the medicine, unless there is health deterioration.

Healthy people who opt to take the medicine in order to improve the general state of the organism may use only one or two treatments per year, using it twice for 25 days, 6 months apart one from the other.

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