Top 17 Herbs To Clean Arteries And Prevent Heart Attacks

Have you ever realized how many herbs there are around you? Each one of them has a unique aroma and flavor. But that's not all. Some herbs are highly medicinal and have the superpower of preventing heart attacks. If you are a naturalist and want a healthy heart then stick around till the end.

In today's video, we'll be discussing 17 herbs to boost your heart health. Have you ever heard of red sage? What about Arjun tea? How often do you eat ginseng? We’re discussing all that and more.

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Intro – 0:00
Garlic – 0:30
Red Onions – 1:03
Ginger – 1:33
Ginseng – 1:59
Psyllium – 2:24
Bilberry – 3:00
Rosemary – 3:31
Black Cumin – 4:04
Green Tea – 4:41
Arjun Tea – 5:09
Red Sage – 5:38
Turmeric – 6:02
Holy Basil – 6:41
Cinnamon – 7:16
Hawthorn Berries – 7:42
White Willow Bark – 8:08
Parsley – 8:37


We don’t know whether it will keep vampires away but it will definitely keep heart problems at bay. Heart arteries are elastic and flexible.

Red Onions
Surprised to find this vegetable on this list? The actual definition of herbs is any plant with leaves, seeds, or flowers that can be used for flavoring food, medicine, or perfume. So technically, onions are herbs.

Ginger brings a host of benefits and helps maintain harmony in your body. You'll always find freshly crushed ginger in wellness beverages.

This one comes straight from the cabinet of traditional Chinese medicine. Ginseng has an adaptogenic property. It has a woody appearance just like ginger. You will be able to find its extract in tablet form.

Psyllium is actually a soluble fiber used to increase the bulk of stool and prevent constipation. It is a great laxative and is derived from the seeds of the herb Plantago ovata. It is native to Asia, the Mediterranean regions, and North Africa.

They're somewhat similar to blueberries. Bilberries are rich in anthocyanins. Other berries like strawberries, cranberries, elderberries, sour cherries, and raspberries are also rich in anthocyanins. But bilberries have a much higher content.

If you enjoy kitchen gardening then this herb might have found a place in your garden. Its needle-like leaves are fragrant and have a typical woody smell.

Black Cumin
This type is different from regular cumin. It belongs to the buttercup and carrot family. The other name for black cumin is black seed.

Green Tea
Ditch your daily shot of espresso because green tea is filled with the goodness that can go a long way.

Arjun Tea
Your heart deserves the best. So it is alright to try a couple of new things just to keep it beating perfectly.

Red Sage
This is an immunity booster and helps to keep infections under control. You might be familiar with the regular green sage and its amazing culinary power.

Golden milk or turmeric latte is a delicious way to enjoy turmeric. Many studies confirm the cardiovascular protective property of turmeric.

Holy Basil
This also goes by the name Tulsi. It is a staple for every Indian household and has numerous medicinal benefits. It is an adaptogenic herb and has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory cardioprotective, and immunomodulatory effects on your system.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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