5,000 Year Old Buddhist Health Recipe

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This ancient recipe of a pharmacist was found in 1972 in a Buddhist monastery in the mountains of Tibet.  It was dated to be 5,000 years old.

PREPARATION:

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

WARNING:

The alcohol may not contain other substances, like benzalkonium chloride or methanol. – See more at:

Close the jar hermetically and place in the refrigerator for 10 days.

In the 11th day filter it all with a very fine strainer or gauze.
The resulting liquid is poured into the same pot and placed another 2 days in the refrigerator.

TREATMENT:

After this period, the remedy is ready for treatment (the drops may be taken with some milk or water before starting to eat), as follows:

Number of Drops

 

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

 

THIS THERAPY MAY BE REPEATED ONLY ONCE EVERY 5 YEARS!

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 (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 one:

It absorbs any internal and external tumors!

Source: humansarefree.com

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About Swami Devaishta

I am a osho sanyasi, yoga teacher and a homoeopath.
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