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Mimi's Grape Juice Recipe for Hypertension

Updated on January 25, 2019

 PREAMBLE

Everyday, the human mind is evolving due to the nature of human beings. We always want to explore, to invent and to make things simpler for everyday use. Inside, everyone wants what is best for himself AND his neighbour and this has brought about many inventions.

However, there are simple, natural things that (in their raw nature) can perform wonders in the health situation of people. Everyone wants to look and feel good about himself/herself and most times we prefer synthetic answers to natural ones. Don't get me wrong, medicines are good an science is awesome but we can deal with health issues with much simpler solutions if we just care to look around an admire the plants around us.

INTROUCTION

In my family, there are people who suffer from asthma and hypertension. Over the generations, some have lost their lives to this illnesses. My aunt had asthma and died (she was old anyway) the night after a particularly energy sapping attack. My mum (God rest her soul) ruptured a blood vessel in her head due to high blood pressure and died within hours. I had asthma from the age of one and by 32years, I outgrew it but when I buried my dad, I found that I had High blood pressure and I made up my mind not to allow it  defeat me. Recently, I came across a recipe that has helped me to stabilise my blood pressure and to keep it normal and I call it MIMI'S Recipe.

I am not selling it, I just want to share it with you.

INGREDIENTS

1. Grapes (20-30 grapes will do)

2. Garlic (1 or 2 bulbs)

3. Lime (optional - 4 to 5)

PROCEDURE

Grate the garlic or chop it into small pieces (grating it is best), then add a little water to the grated matter. Sieve it and collect the water.

Next, cut the grapes an squeeze out their juices into any container, sieve to leave only the juice and then ad the water you collected from the garlic.

You are done! As easy as that. The hard part is rinking it and maintaining enough discipline to keep at it till you see the results. And how do you do that?

A cup of the juice early in the morning (after a few minutes of exercise) and late in the night (just like a night cap) as well as a glass after every meal. Keep this consistently for one month and you will be amazed at the results.

ANY CONTRAINDICATIONS? SIDE EFFECTS?

Yes. You may find yourself going to the toilet more frequently during the first 3 days or so and your fart is VERY smelly. You will also find yourself urinating more often and needing to drink water.

Apart from these, nothing else (at least not in the people who have used it so far around me). Well, get going an remember HEALTH IS WEALTH.

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    • yolanda yvette profile image

      yolanda yvette 

      10 years ago

      Thanks alot. I'll definitely let you know how it turns out.

    • minakay profile imageAUTHOR

      The Rev. Kelechi Timothy Francis 

      10 years ago from Rivers State, Nigeria

      Actually, it's not that bad. Kind of okay if served cold. I was just about taking my night cap when I saw your comment, Yolanda. Why don't you try it and tell me! Grapes over there may have better tastes than the ones we have here in Nigeria, y'know?

    • yolanda yvette profile image

      yolanda yvette 

      10 years ago

      Health is wealth. So true.

      This is something I'm definitely going to try.

      I've recently been praying that the Lord would show me ways to naturally lower my blood pressure.

      I also recently started back exercising and I believe this hub may be answer to my prayers. I hope so, anyway.

      Just one thing, how bad is the taste?

      I think of garlic and grapes, I kinda wanna up-chug, you know?

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