Buddhist Health Recipe Old More 5,000 Years! Enormous Benefits!

This magnificent ancient Buddhist health recipe of a pharmacist was found in a Buddhist monastery in 1972. It was in the mountains of Tibet and dated to be 5,000 years old. When we read about these recipes we really believe in them. We always imagine how they were smart to use these recipes and to stay healthy. They really contain essential ingredients but their combination and the time of consumption are really important for our health.

Buddhist Health Recipe

PREPARATION OF THE BUDDHIST HEALTH RECIPE:

In a glass jar, add 350 grams of crushed garlic. Pour over it 220-250 grams of rum, 95-96° alcohol, or other spirits.

WARNING: The alcohol may not contain other substances, like methanol or benzalkonium chloride. Hermetically close the jar and for 10 days place in the refrigerator. Filter it all in the 11th day with a gauze or very fine strainer. Pour the resulting liquid into the same pot and place it another 2 days in the refrigerator.

TREATMENT: The remedy, after this period, is ready for treatment. You can take the drops with some water or milk before starting to eat, as follows:

Buddhist Health Recipe Old More 5,000 Years

Continue 3 times a day with 25 drops, until you actually finish the entire quantity.

YOU CAN REPEAT THIS THERAPY ONLY ONCE EVERY 5 YEARS!

THE BUDDHIST HEALTH RECIPE CURES:

  • The sick myocardial diaphragm;
  • Arteriosclerosis;
  • Sinusitis;
  • Hypertension;
  • Lung disease;
  • Arthritis and rheumatism;
  • Various vision and hearing disorders;
  • Impotence;
  • Lack of appetite;
  • Gastritis, stomach ulcers and hemorrhoids;
  • Clears the body of fats and stones (in kidney, gall);
  • Improves the metabolism and thus all blood vessels (re)become elastic;
  • Melts the blood clots;
  • Regulates the body weight;

And possibly the most important thing: It absorbs any internal and external tumors!

It doesn’t take a lot of time, but it contributes on our general health.

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