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This Remedy Clears Clogged Arteries

Heart disease remains the public enemy number one, according to mortality data. It is the biggest global killer that takes millions of lives every year. Managing cholesterol levels and clearing the plaques may prevent the occurrence and worsening of heart diseases. It is never too late to start today with lifestyle changes and herbal remedies that lower and control the risk factors. This is why you should try this homemade remedy below that clears clogged arteries.

How the Arteries Work

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Fortunately, one of the breakthroughs in medicine is the realization that heart diseases are not the end game and are, in fact, 80% preventable.

Coronary heart disease is a condition that occurs when there is a disruption of the heart’s blood supply. Over time, fatty substances or cholesterol get deposited into the arteries causing them to narrow. When the arterial walls are clogged, the blood flow becomes difficult. And as the layer hardens, it can create a bigger and more fatal problem.

Arteries are the blood vessels that carry oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the different body parts. They are located near the aorta and branch out into smaller arteries or capillaries throughout the body.

The artery is different from the vein which carries deoxygenated blood into the heart. Arteries need to have strong muscles to handle the pressure of the heart’s pumping. Veins typically have thinner muscles because the pressure of the blood that goes into the heart is not as high as what comes out of it.

The arteries are responsible for steadying the blood pressure level. They receive messages from the nervous system about whether to loosen or tighten their muscle walls. This action directly affects the blood pressure. In time, blood pressure problems may affect the heart because the pressure can damage the arterial wall.

Why Do Arteries Get Blocked?

Fat, cholesterol, calcium and other substances in the blood that mostly comes from food can build up in the artery. Imagine when these fibrous and fatty deposits accumulate in the tiny arteries. Blocked arteries, or atherosclerosis, is the common cause of coronary heart disease.

High cholesterol levels and high blood pressure are also significant contributors and risk factors in atherosclerosis.

How To Prevent Atherosclerosis

When the arteries get clogged and stiffen, it gets harder for the blood to move. This causes a disruption in the blood supply in the heart. Blocked arteries often manifest themselves by:

  • Numbness in arms and legs
  • Jaw pain
  • Extreme tiredness or lethargy
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness
  • Heart palpitations
  • Nausea
  • Sweating
  • Chest pain

If you experience any unusual symptoms, please have yourself checked by a healthcare professional.

Even if you do not have a blockage, it is still best to take preventive measures. Lifestyle changes such as proper diet, exercise, hydration, enough rest and sleep are helpful against coronary heart diseases. You should also stay away from tobacco and alcohol and strive to maintain a healthy weight.

If you have diabetes, high cholesterol and blood pressure problems, have yourself treated promptly.

Herbs That Unclog Arteries

Heart attacks and aneurysms result from the buildup of plaques in the arterial wall. More often than not, the symptoms are latent until life-threatening conditions occur. You will never know when it will happen until it happens.

Fortunately, natural remedies can do so much in unclogging the arteries and preventing additional plaque deposition.


Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is most effective in controlling triglycerides. These are the fat that blocks the arteries which may lead to blood clotting and inflammation. Ginger can reduce inflammation, blood pressure and blood sugar. It also thins the blood effectively.


Garlic (Allium sativum) is a well-known and widely used home remedy for high blood pressure. Fresh garlic is useful in refining blood circulation, reducing blood sugar and improving the heart’s function as a whole. It also reduces the serum cholesterol level or total level of cholesterol in the blood to prevent them from accumulating in the arteries.


Lemon (Citrus limonum) is a fruit of choice when it comes to skin health for its high Vitamin C and antioxidants. Vitamin C and antioxidants also work wonders in preventing and unclogging blocked arteries. Lemon fights free radicals and makes the arteries soft and flexible. It is also high in potassium which is good for maintaining the blood pressure level.

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Cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia) is a natural cleaner that cleans out plaque in the arteries to improve blood circulation. It inhibits the formation of inflammatory arachidonic acid or fatty acid that can form in the arteries. Cinnamon also controls blood sugar effectively to prevent damage to the blood vessels.

Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo biloba is a prized herb in Ayurvedic medicine for its many therapeutic benefits when used properly. It is particularly useful in promoting cognitive and cardiovascular health. Ginkgo regulates and strengthens blood transport for proper blood flow. It further tones the blood vessels and improves their elasticity for smooth transport.

Chinese Ginseng

Chinese ginseng (Panax notoginseng) is a family of Panax ginseng. It should not be confused with Korean ginseng because they are used differently. Korean ginseng is best for revitalizing energy while Chinese ginseng is for promoting blood circulation. The leaf extract of notoginseng optimizes the blood flow to prevent atherosclerosis, angina, chest pain and other heart ailments. It is a cardiotonic earning its reputation as a longevity herb.


Hawthorn (Crataegus oxyacantha) is an herbal remedy for tachycardia, atherosclerosis and other heart problems. The herb is so potent it is not advisable for use in people taking medications for the heart. Hawthorn normalizes blood pressure to prevent it from damaging the walls of the arteries. It also dilates the blood vessels and prevents the deposition of fatty substances.


Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine with its healing properties for treating a variety of conditions. It treats infections, reduces inflammations, fights free radicals and flushes plaque from arteries. Turmeric lowers the cholesterol level and prevents LDL or bad cholesterol from building up.


Basil extract is an effective natural remedy for blocked arteries. Basil (Ocimum basilicum) can reduce serum cholesterol and triglycerides to prevent them from attaching to the artery wall. The plant contains eugenol which blocks the calcium channel. It also has magnesium that relaxes the blood vessels and improves the blood flow.


Juglans regia, or English walnut, is also a powerful plant in maintaining heart health. Its husk is prepared into a tea or decoction to lower cholesterol levels and help in cardiovascular functioning. Eating a handful of walnuts can significantly reduce the development of atherosclerotic plaque in the aorta. It is best eaten with the skin on and soaked in water first.

Herbal Remedy for Unclogging Arteries

The consequences of heart disease often stem from blocked arteries and it depends on how massive the blockage is. Your life choices and habits can impact the way your heart behaves.

Before it takes a worse turn, you can start by embracing a healthy and active lifestyle. Watching what you eat, getting a balanced and low-fat diet also decreases your risk.

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Here is an easy tea you can brew at home to unclog your arteries and improve the blood flow to your heart. This is a combination of super-effective spices that can manage your LDL level.

IngredientsThis Remedy Clears Clogged Arteries - ingredients
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 2 inches ginger roots
  • 2-inch cinnamon stick
  • ½ lemon, cut into wedges
  • 1.5 cups water
  • Honey, to sweeten
  1. Peel and crush the garlic to release its juice and set aside for 10 minutes.This Remedy Clears Clogged Arteries - peel and crush the garlic
  2. Chop the ginger into pieces.This Remedy Clears Clogged Arteries - chop the ginger into pieces
  3. Boil water and keep it in medium heat. Add the ginger, garlic and cinnamon stick and continue boiling until the water reduces to about a cup.This Remedy Clears Clogged Arteries - boil water
  4. Add in the lemon wedges and turn off the heat.This Remedy Clears Clogged Arteries - add the lemon wedges
  5. Cover the pot and let it steep for 5 minutes.This Remedy Clears Clogged Arteries - cover the pot
  6. Strain and sweeten with honey if desired.This Remedy Clears Clogged Arteries - strain

Take this tea on an empty stomach, one cup daily for 7 days.


Clogged arteries have once left cardiologists hopeless. But recent research led to breakthroughs in medicine. Reversing the plaque buildup is possible. Continue making your progress towards a healthy heart by aiming for a healthy lifestyle. Walk more often, avoid saturated fats, lower your stress levels and stop smoking.

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I am excited to try this.

Question, Do you only take this 7 days and then stop or just take a break and then take it again? Could you take it every day?

I want to know as well. It doesn’t seem dangerous to take over time.

Hi Donna,

Yes, for this remedy the author recommends taking it for 7 days, then taking a break.
We always recommend starting with small doses when it comes to herbal remedies, as every person reacts differently to plant medicine. Breaks between uses are also recommended, to observe if the remedies have any potential side effects. Additionally, it is advised to consult with a naturopathic doctor, for a holistic program suited to one’s specific needs.

Many blessings and good health!

Should I stop taking my 81 MG daily aspirin when drinking this tea. I have a high triglyceride count so my Dr prescribed the aspirin.

I’m going to give this a try too! Has anyone else tried this?

How often should we do this?

Last edited 9 months ago by Arlene

That’s a great idea! So glad you furnished a recipe.

I love tea!
The recipe calls for 1 cup for 7 days. That’s all. Do we confirm this with a lipid panel? How do you confirm that it works?

May be I am missing it, but I do not see aneasy to print thsi recipe without printing all the pages. No PDF form? Thanks!

I’m using a desktop computer, with windows 10. Right click on any of the text of this article and a box will pop up that has “PDF and print friendly” on it. Click that and then another page will pop up that has 3 tabs in the upper left corner. Printer, PDF and email. Click on the print tab and it will then pop up the print page on the article. 7 pages and it deletes the pics. If you want only the recipe, click on the page setup tab, hit “custom” and then type in 5-7 and it’ll print just those pages. I’m at the office now, but just happen to have a similar printer at home. My phone is a Moto G3 with an Android operating system. I print all my stuff at home off of my phone. It has similar menus to the desktop one at the office, just hafta look a little closer at the print options tabs to select paper size, layout, etc. Hope this helps. I print all my stuff at home from my phone as there is no other connection to the outside internet world. lol.

Catherine: I have a Chromebook. I also have two free e-mail addresses, one at Yahoo and one at Gmail. One is for my main account and the other is for junk mail. I simply move my cursor to the beginning of the recipe and highlight the entire recipe, including the pictures. I then push the ctrl key and while holding it down I push the “C” key which copies the highlighted area to the computer clipboard. I then bring up my junk mail email and compose an email to myself at my main email account. I then move my cursor to the body of the blank email and push down the ctrl key and while holding it down I hit the “V” key. This will copy the contents of the clipboard to the message without any pictures. I then simply hit the send button to send the message containing the recipe to my main account where I can then store it in whatever file that I want it in. I think this method will work on most computer systems.

I would like to know if you could make enough to last the week and store it on the counter or in the fridge and gently warm up a cup a day.
By the way thanks for all the wonderful information you provide I love reading it all!

Hi Bonnie,

We are happy to hear that you’re enjoying our articles! To reap the medicinal benefits of this remedy, you could make a batch for 2-3 days and store it in the fridge. Then prepare a fresh one.

Many blessings and good health!

Most of the time you drink for a week, stop for a week, then resume drinking again. As long as you take a weekly break, you can keep at it until you see the results you want, which you will!


Is it okay to use this if you’re already using prescription medicine from your doctor?

Hi Iva,

To avoid potential harmful side effects, it is always recommended to discuss your options with your healthcare provider, and also do your own research about possible interactions between medication and herbs.

Many blessings and good health!

After taking this remedy is there a danger of small particles of plaque breaking away and clogging smaller capillaries in the brain or does it just slowly dissolve the plaque
Thanks worried it might be too good too quick

I’d like an answer to Barry’s question too.

Hello and thank you for the informations and recipe , will do it once in a time…I still would love to know if I may, how can we ask you questions on health care without being thrown off? I don’t want you to get me wrong, but I really don’t know what I ask that makes your team think I am taking you as a doc .. since what I read here and there as well as your wonderful advices for arteries and so on.. really looks like it could have been my questions some time ago..
not about artery but something else.. can’t remember. Or could it be that no one ask you questions on anything? Just trying to sort out my astonishment .
So if you don’t mind please put an answer when you have time in this post to explain why I never had success with my questions? Thank you very much.

I am using a lap top and can’t print any of these without all the pictures.

Also after the break how often should you drink the tea?

How long should you wait after consuming the tea before eating or drinking anything else?

This sounds like the treatment i am looking for. Thanks

either or, it doesn’t matter. Your preference is all

Is this supposed to be taken while it is warm or cooled?

Fortunately, I already take many of these. I make 500mg veggie capsules with Cayenne pepper 90K, HUs and take 1500mg daily with my morning coffee. I also take turmeric, ginger, taurine, niacin, and a baby aspirin daily to keep my blood thin, I have 3 stents in my heart and had a mild heart attack 2 years ago. I don’t have high blood pressure, or high cholesterol, and the doctors are not too happy that I don’t take their statins and envenomated poison for my heart health. They have said I have gone “rogue” by not taking their meds and for using herbs and real food for my vitamin health instead.

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