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Directly from Amish Kitchen: An Easy Homemade Remedy against Bad Cholesterol

Amish people are known for their frequent use of natural and homemade remedies and, by doing this, they possess the biggest knowledge regarding natural medicines made of plants and herbs. Most of their information about natural remedies originates from the Agrarian culture and for years, the Amish have been treating health problems like a cough, sore throat, bad cholesterol, and high blood pressure with beneficial natural cures.

They avoid conventional medicine unless there is no help from the home remedies they know and use on a regular basis.

Below, you have a recipe for a remedy which the Amish use to cure high levels of bad cholesterol. Let’s take a look:

You will need:

  • 15 grams of organic honey
  • A clove of garlic
  • A tbsp of ACV
  • A tbsp of lemon juice
  • A piece of ginger

Preparation: Blend the ingredients in a blender and keep the mixture in the fridge for a few days.

Use: Eat it before breakfast and dinner for one week. After a week, you should make a pause of 1 month and then you can begin drinking the remedy again.

The benefits of the ingredients

Honey is rich in vitamin B, potassium, calcium, and sodium, which prevent the cholesterol from leaving the blood.

Garlic has numerous health benefits and one of its best ones is the fact that it can lower the blood pressure levels.

Lemon is rich in vitamin C and it’s good for people who have problems with high levels of bad cholesterol and for people who suffer from hypertension.

Apple cider vinegar is known to normalize the pH of the body.

Ginger is a spice which is highly beneficial in lowering the bad cholesterol.