Monday, December 5 , 2022

800-Year- Old Natural Heart Disease Cure Has Astounding Results


For all those who want to cure or prevent heart diseases we present an effective natural remedy that is 800 years old. The remedy is easy to make and has astounding results.

The original recipe belongs to Opatika Hildegard von Bingen who lived in the 13th century and died at the age of 81.

Later her recipe for heart diseases was taken over by famous doctors and prescribed to patients.

Opatika advices every household to obtain this magnificent recipe, which has proven itself to be successful with many heart diseases and malfunctions.

It is used for tremors, arrhythmia (irregular heartbeats), tachycardia ( heart beat that is to fast and exceeds the normal range) and it has even showed efficiency in cases with angina pectoris. It is perfect natural solution for protection of the blood vessels as well.

In order to prevent serious disruptions of normal heart functions, it is highly recommended for people who don’t have any heart problems to prepare this remedy as a prevention.

This remedy is easy to make and every household should have this great recipe that has proved successful in various heart conditions and cardiovascular diseases.


  • 10 bunches of fresh parsley (no root)
  • 4 cups/ 1 liter of homemade black or white wine
  • 2 tablespoons wine vinegar
  • 10 oz/ 300 grrams organic honey


Put the 10 bunches of parsley in 1l of wine and add 1-2 tablespoons pure wine vinegar.

Boil the mixture for 10 minutes on low heat until it starts foaming. Then add 10 oz/ 300 grams of natural honey and leave it to boil on low temperature for another 4 minutes. Drain themixture when it cools and put it in a bottle which was previously well cleaned with strong alcohol. Close it well and the remedy is ready for use. The remaining sediment is not harmful.


You should consume one tablespoon of the drink daily until symptoms disappear. For severe heart diseases you should consume the remedy for longer period.

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