The Simplest and Most Effective Recipe for The Regulation of Blood Pressure and Boost of Immunity!

Blood Pressure

When we think about blood pressure it is the mean arterial pressure that is monitored and regulated by the body. It is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps blood to the systemic tissues of the body. It is not the arterial systolic or diastolic or pulse pressure nor the pressure found in any other part of the vascular tree.

When you go to the doctor to get your pressure checked however, those measurements record the arterial systolic and diastolic pressures, which are used as markers to assess mean arterial pressure.

High blood pressure increases your risk for heart attack e and stroke, but you may be able to lower your blood pressure by improving your diet. A diet which is high in vegetables and fruits may help lower your blood pressure, and eating a wide variety will provide multiple nutrients to support a healthy blood pressure.

This simple Russian traditional medicine recipe is very effective and helps lower blood pressure in the normal range and significantly boost your immunity.

Improvement can occur after only 5 days! It will cure the headache, and after a month you will be able to gradually reduce the use of medications for high blood pressure (not forget to visit your doctor).


  • 5 tablespoons pine needles (which can also be found in health food stores or pharmacies)
  • 2 tablespoons Granada (musk rose)
  • 2 tablespoons onion peel
  • 1 liter water


  • Put all the ingredients in pot.
  • Pour 1 liter of cold water, put on the stove and cook until boiling
  • Then simmer covered for 10 minutes
  • Let stand for 20 minutes and strain


Drink for two days, half a liter a day. After two days make new remedy, drink every day for two-month course of treatment.

In addition, this healing remedy will: cleanse the liver and intestines, strengthen the immune system and you won’t need any diuretics.

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