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Lemon and Garlic Artery Cleanse

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Fermented lemon and garlic cleanse once or twice a year to promote arterial health and overall circulation benefits.

A doctor friend recently gave me the recipe for this potent Lemon Garlic Elixir.

The source for this arterial cleansing is Dr. Christof Plothe, DO, Naturopath. This information is intended for wide distribution. (1)

circulation purification

Given the current environment in which people suddenly develop cardiovascular events of all kinds (yes, we all know why), this powerful purity shot to boost blood flow in arteries and veins. seems particularly appropriate.

This lemon and garlic remedy can also help those of us who don’t have mRNA in our system.

Arterial irrigation is done 1-2 times a year to detox the circulation and keep it in the best possible condition.

This home remedy has quite a few scientific studies supporting its effectiveness. I’ve linked to some of the main ones in the reference section below. (2-5)

The arterial cleansing effect is based on the food synergy of fermented lemon and garlic, enhanced by the anti-inflammatory herbs turmeric, ginger and black pepper.

Below is a link to Dr. Plothe’s PDF.

I’ve included the recipe in the schema below for those who want to print it out for easy mixing in the kitchen.

We hope this detox recipe helps you or someone in your family or circle of friends.

Here are the recipes associated with this elixir:

garlic and minced lemon for arterial cleansing

Lemon Garlic Artery Cleanse

Fermented lemon and garlic cleanse once or twice a year to promote arterial health and overall circulation benefits.


  1. Place the quartered lemon, peeled garlic, and ginger in a food processor.

  2. Add a little water and blend on high speed for about 10 seconds.

  3. Pour mixture into a 1 quart mason jar and add remaining water, sauerkraut brine, turmeric powder, and black pepper.

  4. Stir and screw the lid on tightly.

  5. Leave the jar on the counter for four days to ferment.

  6. After fermentation, line the bowl with fine cheesecloth.

  7. Gently pour the contents of the jar into the middle of the cheesecloth, collecting the edges and squeezing out the liquid.

  8. Transfer the liquid to a clean glass jar and refrigerate. The solids left in the cheesecloth can be composted or used as a food seasoning.

  9. To use, gently swirl the bottle and pour 4 teaspoons (20 ml) into a small glass.

  10. Take this amount once daily after meals for 3 weeks. Take a week break, then repeat for another three weeks.


(1) Dr. Christoph Prote DO

(2) Effects of a mixture of garlic and lemon juice on lipid profiles and several cardiovascular risk factors in people aged 30-60 years with moderate hyperlipidemia: a randomized clinical trial.

(3) Garlic and its active metabolite, allicin, induce endothelial cell- and nitric oxide-dependent relaxation in rat pulmonary arteries.

(Four) garlic and heart disease

(Five) Aged garlic extract slows progression of coronary artery calcification

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