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Traditional Medicine for high blood pressure and cholesterol

Traditional Medicine for high blood pressure and cholesterol:

Required ingredients: 

Ginger - 1 inch (grated)
Garlic - 1 (Grated)
Apple Cider Vinegar - 1 table spoon
Honey - 1 teaspoon
Lemon juice - 1 table spoon

Steps to make:

Mix all ingredients in a mixer jar and grind for 30 seconds. Store this paste in a bottle and keep it in a refrigerator for 5 days, then use it.

How to use? 

Take this medicine daily twice. Take one table spoon in the morning with the empty stomach and 1 table spoon 1/2 half an hour before your dinner.

Follow this medicine for continuously 3 days. You can feel your body is very active and energetic. Also, you can observe that your high blood pressure and cholesterol are reduced.

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