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This Plant Raises People from The Dead! – It’s One of the Most Healing Plants in the World!

Hawthorn is an herb with a long history of use in many nations across the globe. The Chinese have been making fermented drinks from hawthorn since centuries ago and hawthorn remains were even discovered in 9,000-year-old potteries. Hawthorn has long held an important place in both religion and folklore, with legends claiming that the thorn crown of Christ was made from a hawthorn hedge, but also myths that connect this hedge to East-European vampire folklore.

The hawthorn hedge was at first mostly grown in Europe, Asia, North America and the Mediterranean, but nowadays it is grown all across the world.

Hawthorn – A Cure for Your Heart

The hawthorn contains active ingredients with antioxidant properties. The hawthorn flowers, apart from containing essential oils, also contain trymethilamine and glucoside oxyacanthine.

The fruits of the hawthorne also contain essential oils, but also tannin, saponin, glycosides and fructose, and exceptional ammounts of potassium, calcium, sodium, and phosphoric acid salts.

After the hawthorne tincture was listed in the famous homeopathic book of Vilmar Schwab, the hawthorn became an incredibly popular plant and the subject of many researches. The researches that followed proved that hawthorn was a valuable medicine when it comes to heart health, especially when it comes to preventing heart attacks.

The hawthorn is a valuable medicine to any people suffering from high blood pressure, high cholesterol cardiovascular problems and clogged arteries. The plant has been widely used in alternative medicine for the prevention of any cardiovascular problems, like heart muscle problems, heart arrhythmia and hypertension.

The hawthorn has been also widely accepted as a safe and secure treatment during both the early and advanced stages of various hearth diseases. Hawthorn consumption is especially recommended for people who had suffered a heart attack, since it unclogs the coronary blood vessels. Hawthorn tincture is also known to improve the activity and nutrient absorption of the heart muscle cells, which makes it a great supplement for any person above the age of 50.

Other Uses of Hawthorne.

● The Hawthorne is a plant with one of the most powerful calming effects;

● It helps with fatigue, lack of energy, restless sleep, heavy breathing, dizziness, heart palpitations, anxiety, nervousness and ear ringing;

● Hawthorn is great for women in menopause;

● It can be used as a slimming aid because it stimulates the removal of extra water from the organisms. The same property makes it very useful for getting rid of cellulite, edemas and joint diseases.

● The hawthorn strengthens the binding joint tissue;

● It’s a natural anti-inflammatory agent, which is why it is recommended for people with digestive problems and ulcerative colitis;

● It protects from free radicals and cardiovascular diseases like arteriosclerosis.

There are many studies which prove that hawthorn is a safe and easily digestible plant. However, pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid using it.

Picking hawthorn
There are two hawthorn types that are used in therapeutic purposes – the red hawthorn and the less known white hawthorn. The hedge can be usually found growing near roads, forest edges and fields, and it can be easily spotted from its thorns and three-lobed and five-lobbed leaves. The hawthorn bark is harvested during spring time, when it has the most juices, and it is used either dry or fresh. The hawthorn fruits are picked in autumn, when they have a strong red color. The flowers, preferably white, are picked while they are still only buds or just before

they blossom. The flower picking period is between April and June. The flowers should be dried in thin layers, in a shade.

How to make your own Hawthorn drops?
Pour 200ml of 70% alcohol onto 20g of crushed leaves and flowers and leave it in a cool place. During the three-week period while the drops are ready, make sure you occasionally stir the mixture. After three weeks, strain the mixture and filter it. Drink 20 drops a day with some water. The drops can be used both preventively and also as a supplemental therapy in cardiovascular and nervous system disorders.

How to make your own Hawthorn syrup?
Add a kilogram of hawthorn berries into a blender and add some water (about an inch above the berries). Blend them together and leave the mixture for the next 24 hours. After that, cook it on low heat until it reaches a slow boil and then leave it to simmer for another 30 minutes. Turn off your stove and leave the mixture for another half an hour. When done, strain your liquid, leave to properly cool and store it in the fridge.

Now, blend the berries again with new water. Cook them again for half an hour and leave them for another half an hour. When you finish, strain them through a cloth and mix the juice with the first juice you made. Cook both juices on low heat until you have only ¼ of the mixture left. Pour the syrup in sterilized bottles and take 6-12 tablespoons a day. The syrup has no expiration date.

Hawthorn and heart attacks

Here’s an improved formula for people who have suffered a heart attack by the herbalist Richard Schultz.


● Hawthorn syrup (240ml of);

● Yellow gentian tincture (30ml of);

● Ginger root tincture (30 ml of);

● Selenicereus grandiflora cactus tincture (30ml of);

● Ground red paprika tincture (30ml of).


Fill a half liter bottle with 240ml of hawthorn syrup. Use a separate bowl to mix the other tinctures and then add them to your syrup and stir well. Drink one tablespoon 3-8 times a day.