Even though anyone can benefit from this drink, the ones who suffer from clogged arteries will obtain most benefits, improvements and positive effects.
Moreover, this natural remedy can boost immunity, fight off infections and colds, improve the function of the liver, regulate your blood fat, and prevent fatigue.
This 3-ingredient remedy prevents cardiovascular diseases and damages caused by free radicals.
Learn How Each Ingredient Contributes to This Potent Drink:
The ginger has strong anti-inflammatory properties which make it able to treat colds, remove stored fat in the blood, and relieve sore throat and aches and pains.
Garlic is considered to be one of the best natural remedies against colds, as it has strong antibacterial properties. It basically strengthens the immune system, resulting in prevention of colds, coughs, and infections.
The lemon is known to improve the health of the arteries by preventing them from getting clogged. It also prevents bad cholesterol from sticking to the artery walls, which in turn reduces the bad cholesterol levels.
- 2 l filtered water
- Fresh ginger root (3-4cm)
- 4 large garlic bulbs
- 4 lemons, unpeeled
Wash the lemons and cut them into slices. Then, prepare the garlic by separating the cloves and peeling them.
Peel the ginger toot and cut a piece of 3-4 cm. Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend well.
Then, add the water into the blended mixture and bring it to boil. Stir all the time. Remove from the stove and allow it to cool. In the end, strain the mixture and transfer into glass bottles.
This remedy should be consumed on daily basis. Drink one glass on an empty stomach or two hours prior having a meal. There is no need to worry about the strong smell of the garlic, as the both lemons, water and the cooking process itself will neutralize the odor.
Note: Make sure you shake the bottle before use as the small garlic and lemon pieces are likely to fall at the bottom.
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