Compilation of a list of home remedies for heart blocks and high cholesterol conditions. These are availed from various sources.
#1 – Using sap extract from banana plant
Collect the sap (the stain causing liquid) that oozes out when you break the flower (banana blossom) from a banana cluster. Normally, the variety known as “Mysore Poovan” or “Palayamkodan” is used.
Mix the sap with sugarcane juice and consume for two days. The amount of sap that comes out when you break one banana flower is sufficient for one serving.
Consuming the juice from banana stem, and eating half ripened banana are also effective home remedies for blocked arteries.
#2 – Using lemon, garlic, ginger, moringa and honey
Mix equal amounts of following:
- lemon juice,
- garlic juice,
- juice from moringa bark(drumstick tree),
- ginger juice,
- honey, and,
- natural vinegar made from either toddy or coconut water.
Consume 25ml daily, morning and evening before food, for 21 days. A 41 day regimen can also be followed. For the first couple of days, dilute 25ml mixture in 25ml water.
This home remedy is effective for blocked arteries, varicose veins, piles, kidney stones, high blood cholesterol, anaemia, fluctuations in platelet count etc.
Ginger and garlic helps in digestion, ginger detoxes, lemon helps improve calcium levels, honey helps improve immunity and moringa bark juice helps improving anaemic conditions. Vinegar quickens absorption of the medicine into the body.
#3 – Using Catharanthus leaves to reduce cholesterol
Leaves of Madagascar periwinkle – also known as Catharanthus – helps to reduce cholesterol.
Take 21 leaves of Catharanthus, grind it and have it in morning and evening. Remember to take a pinch of sugar when you consume these leaves as it brings the blood sugar levels down.
In vernacular language, Catharanthus is known as Aadam, shavakottappovu etc.
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