Hildegard von Bingen – a German mystic nun, who lived 800 years ago, left numerous recipes and cures for those suffering, drafted after her supposed mystical visions. They were later confirmed by the Catholic Church.
Hildegard von Bingen’s cures were the base for various books about the relationship between man and nature, man and God, as well as for remedies through plants, crystals or prays. She was the first Catholic physician in history who created treatments for various diseases after her conversations with God.
Natural Medicine for Heart Diseases – Recipe
This recipe was drafted by Hildegard von Bingen 800 year ago. The key for this cure is precisely its simplicity; and all those who tried it found that it really worked.
– 10 parsley blades (without root)
– 1 liter of white or black wine (homemade)
– 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
– 300 g honey
Clean the parsley under a douche and then boil it along with the wine and the vinegar. Boil them for 10 minutes on low heat (attention, it will foam); then add the honey and boil the mixture for another 4 minutes.
Finally, filter the syrup obtained and drain it when it is cold in a bottle which was previously cleaned well with strong alcohol. Close hermetically and keep the syrup in the fridge. The sediment remained on the bottom of the bottle can also be drunk as it is harmless.
If you have a problem with boiling the honey, add it at the end. In that case, you will not have a syrup, but a type of tea. The original recipe says the honey should be boiled.
You can take 1 spoon of syrup per day until the problems disappear. As it concerns severe cardiovascular diseases, this parsley wine may be administrated on the long-term. Another recommendation is that those who suffer of cricks or heart stings should take a sip of this mixture. The effect is almost instant.
If you also add 2-3 garlic cloves, you will obtain a very good remedy for high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
At the time, the curing plants of Hildegard von Bingen were extremely revolutionary, but when modern medicine was developed, people started losing interest in her magical recipes, which were not known or used any more. Although her books contain secrets remedies for almost every disease, they slowly lost popularity.
Even today, when there is freedom of expression in the naturist medicine and people try to find herbal treatments for their problems, Hildegard von Bingen’s work is not fully available for the wide public.