A Miracle Potion That Lowers Your Cholesterol and Triglycerides


This popular homemade green drink is recommended for people who have elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Before you seek for help with any drugs, try to cure or relieve your health problems with natural ingredients. This light potion is made from very simple ingredients that can provide several benefits for you, including lowering cholesterol and triglycerides.

What you need for this drink:

  • 1 kg of fresh organic lemons
  •  100- 120 springs of parsley with leaves
  •  3 liters of water
  • 2 teaspoons of baking soda


-Blend the baking soda in warm water, and place the clean lemons in the water. Keep it for an hour.

-Wash the parsley and hack it finely. Cut the lemons into little pieces. Put the lemon and parsley in a dish with three liters of water. Cook the blend over low warmth until a large portion of the fluid has dissipated. It can take 2-3 hours. Let the blend cool down, strain it and keep it in a glass holder.

-Take 50 ml of the potion, consistently with an empty stomach in the morning.

Maybe the main benefit we know about parsley is that it stimulates blood circulation, but it was revealed that in combination with lemon it is effective in regulation of the bad cholesterol. Some patients said that even their doctors were amazed of the result when they got back to them.

1 in 5 Americans testing high for cholesterol, that’s why cholesterol-fighting drugs are the most popular ones on the market. But if the natural cures DO work, why not try them instead of those drugs? This simple recipe is just an example, for treating higher cholesterol, the following list contains specific foods known to help lower your cholesterol, because of their high levels of fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, lecithin, vitamin C, E, niacin and rutin.

Legumes: beans, lentils, tofu, tempeh, mung .

Whole Grains: buckwheat, rye, amaranth, quinoa rice.

Vegetables: radish, horseradish, hot peppers, onions, garlic, leek, scallion, shallot, chive, leafy greens, cabbage, spinach, carrot greens, kale, broccoli, asparagus, bell pepper, celery, sea vegetables, cucumber, chlorella, mushrooms.

Fruits: citrus, tomato, rose hip, banana, and persimmon.

Nuts and Seeds: Almonds, hazelnut, flax seed, chia seed, pumpkin seed, poppy seed, walnut, sunflower sprouts.

Fish: sardine, salmon, mackerel, and deep or cold-water fish.

Herbs: Hawthorne berry, dandelion root, burdock root, chaparral, peppermint, cayenne pepper, ginger, rhubarb root, yarrow, chamomile, motherwort, valerian.


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