Crataegus for blocked arteriesCrataegus 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.
girilal on 2008-01-17
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♥ PANKAJ VARMA last decadeThank you Dr.Girilal for showing the cheapeast way to make pure Crategus Q.This will surely help to the patients of blocked arteriosis.I expect such innovation from you as your match sticky remedy is most genuine innovation for the disease specially for baby diarrhea is giving good result.Wishes you the best in the day to come.Malaker
♥ Dr.Haran ch malaker last decadeGiri is great at these things.
One realises the value of his suggestions when a person is traveling and unable to find a homeopathic shop nearby.
♥ PANKAJ VARMA last decadedear girilal,
You have pointed out a very useful fruit, which as fruit also and in form of mother tinture is useful for heart problems. It is a general tonic and during the present complicated conditions of life, stress, depression, the usage of creatagus is a recommended dose is a gift of GOD for human being.
Thank you very much for inviting the attnetion of all of us.
♥ Mahfoozurrehman last decadeThanks for suggesting such a simple medicine. But what are these berries known as in India? I will need the Indian Ayurvedic name to go and buy them from a shop as the English names are not popular in Ayurveda
RishiRishi last decadeHawthorne berries grow in the mountains of India but never enough to be packed an sold. Crataegus Q is available at all homeopathy stores.
However Crataegus Q is not available in many countries including USA, Canada etc but at all large Chinese stores berries can be obtained.
girilal last decadeok so if I buy this from a homeo store (Crataegus Q mother tincture) then what should the dose be? 4 - 5 drops in about 20ml of water? no food or water one hour before and after the dose?
I am thinking of trying this remedy for my father who has angina and has some blockage in the arteries around the heart. He also has diabetes, glaucoma and a prostrate problem Is this remedy safe for him?
RishiRishi last decadeIn India I have seen that Q's are rarely consistent. You need at least 2 table spoons twice a day just as all homeopathy medicines are taken, no food or water one hour before and after the dose?
May be this remedy will relieve him from all other problems too.
girilal last decade
RishiRishi last decadeI made this at home yesterday but without any liquor. Ph value of the solution is high so there is no danger of getting liquid bad etc. It can be made without any liquor, if the liquid has to be used within 3 months.
If one is taking 2 spoonfuls of it at least twice a day, two pound berries should not last more than 3 months.
Anyway the liquid is very tasty, like a mixture of lemonade and apple juice.
girilal last decade
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