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Crataegus Hawthorne question

My grandmother is a Doctor of Homeopathy in India. She is visiting me here the US. She has been taking Crataegus/Hawthorne for a while now. She uses the mother tincture.

She has used up the bottle that she brought with her and she needs to obtain some more. I have searched for it online and am having some trouble finding it. Does anyone know of any locations where I can order this from (Or a physical store in the MD/PA area where I can obtain this)

Any assistance you can give me will be appreciated.
 
  LChawla on 2007-01-18
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yes we have the medicine. I can send the medicine if you in need.
dr.deoshlok sharma
 
deoshlok last decade
i live in usa and i have been using crataegus i buy from wild oats store in usa and it is also avalible in all organic food store
 
like-cure-like last decade
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Crataegus for blocked arteries
Crataegus for blocked arteries

A proven thing for blocked arteries is Crataegus Q or the saturated juice of hawthorne berries. Those who can not find Crataegus Q can make it at home.

On all Chinese or Korean stores dried Hawthorne berries are available inexpensively. I bought 2 pounds of berries for just $1.99.

I suggest following way to make Crataegus Q

Soak the berries in lukewarm water for half hour so that all preservatives, if any - dissolve off in the water.

Drain off the water and put wet berries in water + any cheap liquor, vodka or whiskey etc. (Half water half liquor) By each day liquor will contain more juice from the berries.

Take two spoonfuls of that liquid twice a day. When liquid is almost finished and you feel there is still juice in the berries you can add more water + liquor. Or you can make new batch.
 
vtechy1 last week

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