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Prof. Hristo Mermerski’s Garlic Remedy. Prevents Cancer. Boosts Your Immune System.

Garlic Remedy Food In Love OutI wondered what the taste of the remedy with 12 bulbs of garlic may be like, but I know for sure that what happened in the end, I did not expect at all.

This recipe is attributed to a Bulgarian scientist, Professor Hristo Mermerski, and there are some claims that the remedy cured thousands of cancer-sufferers.  Prof. Mermerski supposedly says “It’s a food that treats the entire body, and the cancer in such an organism simply disappears”.


I like exploring alternative cures, and this one has been floating over internet for a while, but I couldn’t find any real testimonies that speak about its effectiveness.

I was attracted, however, to try this as a remedy for colds and flu. If nothing else, it is more than obvious that remedy contains significant amount of essential nutrients necessary to boost the immune system function.

What attracted me the most was a serious amount of fresh garlic, which I consider miraculous plant by itself, so I decided to give it a try.

Garlic RemedyThe recipe calls for

  • 400 g of organic sprouted wheat
  • 15 fresh organic lemons
  • 12 fresh organic garlic bulbs
  • 1 kg organic honey
  • 400 g organic walnuts

Preparation time. You need 2 days to make the sprouted wheat. Once you have them, you’d need additional 2.5-3 hours to put it all together.Garlic Remedy-Wheat Sprouted


  1. Put the wheat in a glass container (e.g. baking dish) and pour water until you cover it by 3-4 centimeters. After 12-14 hours, drain the grains, rinse them, drain them again and leave for another 24 hours to enable growing 1-2 millimeters long sprouts.
  2. Once you have the sprouted grains, peel the garlic (yes it’s a lot of work peeling 12 bulbs of garlic :)).
  3. Squeeze juice of 10 lemons
  4. Put sprouted wheat, garlic, lemon juice, remaining 5 lemons (don’t peel them!) and walnuts in food processor and make a paste. Make sure to remove seeds and cut the lemons in small pieces (my food processor was battling for quite a while to process the lemon peel).
  5. In a glass bowl mix together the paste and the honey with a wooden spoon.
  6. Pour it in the glass containers and leave it the fridge for 3 days before consuming.

Dr. Mermerski suggests consuming it half an hour before breakfast, lunch, dinner and before going to bed.  For cancer he suggests 1 – 2 tablespoons every 2 hours.

Now the best part – I could not resist waiting for 3 days to taste the remedy. To my surprise, the remedy tasted delicious!!! (note I DO like garlic lot :)). The lemon zest, nuts and wheat were sort of crunchy, the garlic taste was nicely balanced with lemon –  almost perfect, I’d say. However you’d probably need to stay at home for a while and eat an apple at some point to neutralize the taste of garlic in your mouth 🙂

Now this can be a nice addition to a detox/cleansing protocol, need to try that as well. Thank you prof. Hristo 🙂

See here an updated version of the recipe  Mermerski Tweaked Recipe Colorectal Cancer 

Food In, Love Out

Garlic Remedy Hristo Mermerski

Lower Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Naturally

Five Smart Things You Can Do To Manage Cholesterol and Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

Cholesterol is NOT the Cause of Heart Disease! Chronic inflammation and injuries in the artery wall are the key triggers of heart disease.

While there is some evidence that high cholesterol can be inherited, in most cases it occurs as the consequence of poor, unhealthy diet and lack of exercise.

The biggest culprits of chronic inflammation are the overload of simple, highly processed carbohydrates (sugar, flour and all the products made from them) and the excess consumption of omega-6 vegetable oils like soybean, corn and sunflower that are found in many processed foods.

The human body cannot process, nor was it designed to consume, foods packed with sugars and soaked in omega-6 oils.

Chronic inflammation causes cholesterol to accumulate in the wall of the blood vessel and become trapped for a long time.

Cholesterol is NOT the cause of heart disease.

Cholesterol is a vital component of every cell membrane on Earth. The cholesterol is absolutely essential for neuron transport, the lack of cholesterol can negatively affect our brain function. 

Without inflammation, cholesterol would move freely throughout the body as nature intended.

Acute inflammation is in fact beneficial as it is body’s natural defense to a foreign invader such as a bacteria, toxin or virus. The cycle of inflammation protects our body from these bacterial and viral invaders.

However, if we continuously expose the body to injury by toxins or foods we were not designed to process, a chronic inflammation occurs.  The chronic inflammation causes our cholesterol levels to become constantly elevated and this triggers the heart disease. 

Stay Away From Homogenized Milk

Homogenized and pasteurized milk is another important factor that highly contributes to injuries of the artery walls.

Pasteurization and homogenization process completely changes the structure of the milk proteins.

Only raw, unprocessed milk is good for us, unfortunately not easy to find.  Read more on Milk.

STATIN Drugs are Dangerous

Statins are not the answer! There is a growing body of evidence that suggests that statin drugs are not only useless but also harmful. Learn more about The Ugly Side of Statins.

Low-Fat Deception

The injury and inflammation in our blood vessels was in fact helped greatly by the low-fat diet that was recommended for years in the Western world.

By eating the low-fat food we have introduced highly processed food contaminated with toxic food additives. Indeed the cholesterol levels are lower as a consequence, but the beneficial impact on addressing the root cause of heart disease remains unproven and unclear.  Plus too little fat could cause serious health issues.

Five Smart Things You Can Do To Manage Cholesterol Levels and Blood Pressure Naturally

  1. Avoid processed foods loaded with sugars and omega 6 oils. Replace it with fresh fruits, vegetables and meats, fish and healthy fat and oils like ghee, coconut oil, olive oil, butter etc.
  2. Avoid at all costs homogenized milk and dairy made of pasteurized milk. Goat milk is a healthy alternative.
  3. Add Garlic to the diet. When it comes to heart disease, the magic of garlic is well known to many. Garlic has been found to reduce the buildup and inhibit the formation of atherosclerotic plaque in our arteries. Garlic supplements are proven to reduce high cholesterol levels and blood pressure in people with hypertension.
  4. Exercise daily. A vital strategy to take control of your health is exercise. A regular, effective exercise program can go a long way toward reducing your insulin levels and your blood pressure.
  5. Introduce some of the 7 herbs that help manage cholesterol levels:  Hawthorn berry, Capsicum (a spicy herb that is often found in salsas and chili), PsylliumButcher’s broomGuggul, Licorice root and Fenugreek seeds.

Hawthorn, for example has been used by herbalists for decades and has been studied for its use in treating health issues related to the heart and blood vessels like congestive heart failure, cardiac insufficiency, irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, angina, atherosclerosis, high cholesterol etc. A meta-analysis based on data from multiple studies concluded that a hawthorn extract offers significant benefits. Hawthorn is best to be used in fresh form (juice), tincture or extract.

Caution – any of the herbs potentially can significantly interact with prescription medications, make sure you consult with your health practitioner first.

Sources/Credits and More Info

World Renown Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease

More on Low Fat Nonsense

7 Herbs to Manage Cholesterol Naturally

American Botanical Council: Hawthornberry