On average, 600,000 Americans die every year from heart disease related health problems, like heart attack and stroke. That’s a lot of people, and really goes to show how pervasive heart disease is in our society. Poor diet, cigarette smoking and excessive drinking are often the root causes. Some are more susceptible to others, particularly if heart disease runs in your family. Of course, any plan to help prevent or reverse heart disease must involve exercise and proper diet, but this 800-year-old heart disease cure is worth a shot.
Opatika Hildegard von Bingen, who lived in the 13th century and died at the ripe old age of 81 pioneered this remedy. Her recipe would be later prescribed by some doctors for treating heart disease.
Opatika thought that every household should use this heart disease remedy, which has been shown to be successful in helping people with a variety of heart diseases. It’s also been used for tremors, irregular heartbeats, tachycardia, and can even be used for people suffering angina pectoris.
Like we said earlier, this remedy is good for you even if you don’t have heart disease. Preventative medicine is the best kind, after all.
You will need:
- 10 bunches of fresh parsley
- 4 cups of red or white wine
- 2 tablespoons of wine vinegar
- 10 ounces of organic honey
Simply put the ten bunches of parsley in the liter of wine and add the wine vinegar. Boil the mixture for 10 minutes on low heat until it begins foaming. Then add your 10 ounces of honey. Leave it to simmer on a low temperature setting for four minutes, then drain the mixture when cool. Once cooled, put into a bottle that has been cleaned very well with alcohol. Close the lid tightly and it’s ready for use.
Simply consume a tablespoon of it daily. You don’t need to take much! You might find a sediment at the bottom of the bottle. Don’t worry, it’s perfectly edible.