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I 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
The Chinese and Koreans take a soup made of this berry.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Chinese also use it as heart medicine but their recipe is different, as they have with all Chinese herbs and materials.

According to them: Boil a cupful of berries in three cups of water till only one cup of water is left. use that water and also squeeze the berries.

But it is well known fact that when boiling many medicinal ingredients die.
 
girilal last decade
ph value of the general body plays a great part in Artery blockage.

People who love and eat lots of sour food rarely get their arteries blocked.

We human eat all cooked food, high in carbohydrates and fats. This makes stomach and liver work extra to generate acid and so acid is exhausted from the system.

If people who have blocked arteries start taking a spoonful of vintager twice a day (empty stomach) they will be free from the blockage withing 2 years.

But a good quality of vintager, natural one. The best is Apple cider. Take vintager in a cup of lukewarm water to enhance the absorption. Crataegus does the same thing.
 
girilal last decade
Correction: Buy a good quality of natural vinager.
 
girilal last decade
used hawthorn 3drops x2 a day for 2 month and dropped the b/p from 160/78 to 123/76. it takes a while to work.
 
KUGELPLATZ last decade
May one ask: why blood pressure dropped, or what did it do to your body?
 
girilal last decade
Crataegus was used in China and Europe for digestive ailments. Beginning 19th century, doctors in Europe used it to treat heart disease. More rescently it has been used as a cordiotonic.

The main active component of Crataegus known flavonoids are thought to work together to aid the heart in many ways. It can dialate vessels to the heart thus improving blood flow to the vital organs. By dialating vessels, decreases resistance and lowers blood pressure. In addition, by improving oxygen utilization the heart is more effetive, and functions better in those who are suffering from ailments of congestive heart failure. And as an active oxident, claimed to maintain healthy collagen matrices of arterial walls so that the vessels remain elastic. It also found to possess potential against oxidative stress.
 
sthillaiyah last decade
Correction: Please read the words 'active oxident' as anti-oxident.
 
sthillaiyah last decade
It is corrosive to fat deposits in the walls of arteries.
 
girilal last decade
b/p dropped due to relaxing and widening of the arteries, my quess. had a slight calming effect as well.
 
KUGELPLATZ last decade
I try it myself as tea (no heart related reason for me to try) I warm up half cup of water in microwave and then add 2 large spoonfuls of liquid from the jar where berries are soaked in the water.
 
girilal last decade
crataegus is a very reliable medicine for blocked arteries.
 
dr mehmood last decade

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