Lemon and Garlic Artery Cleanse

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Fermented lemon and garlic cleanse once or twice per year to promote arterial health and overall circulatory benefits.

quartered lemon for artery cleanse with garlic

A doctor friend recently shared this recipe for a potent lemon garlic elixir with me.

The source for this arterial cleanse is Dr. Cristof Plothe, DO and Naturopath. This information is intended for distribution far and wide. (1)

Circulatory Cleanse

Given the current environment with people having all manner of sudden onset cardiovascular events (yes, we all know why), this potent purity shot for facilitating blood flow within arteries and veins seems especially pertinent.

This lemon-garlic cure can also be helpful for those of us who do not have mRNA in our system.

The artery cleanse is performed once or twice each year to detox circulatory vessels and help preserve them in as tip-top shape as possible.

This home remedy has quite a bit of scientific research to back up its effectiveness. I’ve linked to a few of the main ones in the references section below. (2-5)

The artery-cleansing effect is based on the Food Synergy of fermented lemon and garlic enhanced by the anti-inflammatory herbs turmeric, ginger, and black pepper.

Below is the link to Dr. Plothe’s PDF.

I’ve included the recipe in a schema beneath in case some of you would like to print it out for easier mixing in the kitchen.

I hope you find this detox recipe helpful for yourself or someone in your circle of family and friends.

Related recipes to this elixir include:

chopped lemon for arterial cleansing with garlic

Lemon Garlic Artery Cleanse

Fermented lemon and garlic cleanse once or twice per year to promote arterial health and overall circulatory benefits.


  1. Place the quartered lemons, peeled garlic, and ginger in a food processor.

  2. Add a small amount of water and blend on high for about 10 seconds.

  3. Pour the mixture into a one-quart mason jar and add the remaining water, sauerkraut brine, turmeric powder and black pepper.

  4. Stir and screw on lid tightly.

  5. Leave the jar on the counter for four days to ferment.

  6. After fermentation, line a bowl with a fine mesh cheesecloth.

  7. Gently pour the contents of the jar in the middle of the cheesecloth, gather up the ends and squeeze out the liquid.

  8. Transfer the liquid into a clean glass jar and refrigerate. You may compost the solids that remain in the cheesecloth or use as a food seasoning.

  9. To use, turn the bottle gently to mix and dispense 4 tsp (20 ml) into a small glass.

  10. Consume this amount once per day after a meal for three weeks. Take a break for one week and then repeat for an additional three weeks.


(1) Dr. Cristof Plothe DO

(2) Effect of Garlic and Lemon Juice Mixture on Lipid Profile and Some Cardiovascular Risk Factors in People 30-60 Years Old with Moderate Hyperlipidaemia: A Randomized Clinical Trial

(3) Garlic and its active metabolite allicin produce endothelium and nitric oxide-dependent relaxation in rat pulmonary arteries

(4) Garlic and Heart Disease

(5) Aged garlic extract retards the progression of coronary artery calcification

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