Remove Cholesterol Residue From Blood Vessels in 40 Days

Lemon acts as a cleanser and stimulates the elimination of fats and toxic substances in the bloodstream.
Remove Cholesterol Residue From Blood Vessels in 40 Days
Nelton Abdon Ramos Rojas

Reviewed and approved by the doctor Nelton Abdon Ramos Rojas.

Last update: 15 December, 2022

You must remove cholesterol residue as this type of fat that attaches itself to the artery walls and puts you at serious risk. While the body needs a certain amount of it in order to function properly, an excess of bad cholesterol puts a person at a greater risk of suffering from heart disease, stroke, and cardiovascular problems.

In this article, we’ll explain how to look after your cardiovascular health with a garlic and lemon remedy. Try it for 40 days and you’ll see the desired results.

Controlling cholesterol is possible

Controlling cholesterol levels depends heavily on the type of food you eat. A healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, grains, and water can help to reduce “bad” cholesterol residue and, as a result, reduce the risks of suffering from more severe health problems.

We need to eliminate foods that are high in cholesterol and those that cause an accumulation of fat in the arteries from your diet in order to reduce cholesterol residue.

In addition to adopting good eating habits, there are some natural remedies that can help to control  cholesterol residue and contribute to the elimination of fats and toxic substances present in the bloodstream. Below, we’ll share an excellent natural remedy made with garlic and lemon that’ll help to clean your arteries and improve circulation.

What does this remedy consist of?

remove cholesterol residue

There are different types of medicines that help reduce and control high levels of cholesterol nowadays. However, many experts still recommend natural remedies to help control this problem.

It’s been shown that medicines and drugs can have some side effects. However, natural remedies actually provide many health benefits.

In this case, the natural remedy for cleaning the arteries and reducing cholesterol levels is a cure made from garlic and lemon. Both of these have important nutrients that stimulate the elimination of all the waste products which can affect your health.

The benefits of garlic

Garlic is known as the best natural antibiotic out there. This food has been a part of our diet since ancient times. After all, in addition to adding flavor to foods, garlic also has important nutrients that benefit our health.

The consumption of garlic can reduce your risk of developing arteriosclerosis and hypertension. In addition to this, scientists have found that it has other important benefits for cardiovascular health.

  • Garlic is a natural anti-inflammatory agent
  • It acts as a vasodilator, anticoagulant, and detox cleanser
  • And has antiseptic and antibiotic properties
  • It also helps dilate the arteries, promoting the elimination of cholesterol and improving circulation
  • And protects the heart
  • And strengthens the immune system
  • Finally, it helps increase insulin levels, thereby reducing the blood sugar levels

All of this has been proved by the Cuban Magazine Medicina Física y Rehabilitación in this article from 2014.

The benefits of lemon

Lemon is a highly medicinal food thanks to its high content of nutrients that can act to prevent and treat many illnesses.

Lemons are known for their high content of vitamin C, in addition to having other antioxidants and nutrients such as B-complex vitamins, vitamin E, and many minerals: potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, iron, and manganese. As you can see, it has enormous benefits for your health, as shown in this research published in the International Journal Of Ayurvedic And Herbal Medicine.

In regards to cholesterol and artery health, lemons act as a detox cleanser. It’s capable of stimulating the elimination of fats and toxic substances which are present in the bloodstream.

The citric acids in lemons help to oxidize and eliminate the fats present in the veins, preventing them from attaching to the artery walls and causing an obstruction.

In this research carried out on animals, it was determined that consuming lemon, apple cider vinegar, honey, and ginger helped lower cholesterol levels.

A natural remedy to remove cholesterol residue

remove cholesterol residue

This garlic-and-lemon cure has become popular in all the world in the past several years. This is because it’s a very healthy and effective way to reduce cholesterol levels, and strengthen the immune system.



  1. First, peel the garlic and chop it.
  2. Cut the lemons into slices and mix them together with the garlic in a bowl.
  3. Then, pour the lukewarm water over the mixture of garlic and lemon, and blend it to a smooth mixture.
  4. When it’s ready, put the mixture into glass containers and refrigerate it for three days; strain it after three days and start using it.


  • It’s best to drink about 1.7 ounces of this remedy three times a day, before each meal. However, begin gradually and consume only one or two tablespoons before a meal.
  • Do this cleanse once a year, it consists of drinking it everyday for 40 consecutive days.

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