This is a dreaded term : "heart bypass" or what the doctor calls "coronary artery bypass surgery" and a few other medical jargons. We are not too concerned over these terms. We are most scared of having to associate with them. By the time we realized that we have the problem, it may be too late to avoid surgery. So it is always wise to be proactive.
The problem here is blocked arteries. Very briefly, arteries are blocked because of the hardening and thickening of the artery walls. The main culprits are excessive intake of fats, white sugar and high-cholesterol foods. When arteries are blocked, blood flow is restricted, and in time this may trigger a heart attack or stroke. Some common symptoms of blocked arteries are tiredness, acute discomfort in the center or left of the chest, frequent bouts of indigestion, heartburn, tightening of the jaws, general irritability, and a general lack of enthusiasm especially for physical activities.
However, there are natural remedies for blocked arteries, or for that matter, preventive remedies. Please read on.
You are what you eat, and you are what you do. Proper diet and regular exercise. No other way to stay healthy. Generally, drink fresh fruit juices. Take healthy grains, nuts and vegetables. The following are related to reduce or prevent artery and vein blockages:
Fish, pumpkin seeds, brown rice.
For home remedies, please read on.
Lemon juice 1 cup
Ginger juice 1cup
Garlic juice 1 cup
Apple vinegar 1 cup
Mix all and boil for half hour, or until balance of 3 cups.
Let it cool, then mix 3 cups of natural honey.
Transfer to glass bottle and keep in fridge.
Every morning, before breakfast, take one tablespoon.
Directions for consumption:
1. First Dosage: Drink 50ml each day for three weeks.
2. Then stop for one week.
3. Second Dosage: Drink 50ml each day for the next three weeks.
You may repeat this treatment every 6 months.