Few weeks ago my landlord came to me and explained that he’s having a serious HBP and show me all the medications and yet its seems he’s going to die,I just took him to the back of my house and look for this leaves in the picture
This plant is called MOMORDICA CHARANTIA
Botanical Name: Momordicacharantia Family: Cucurbitaceae (gourd family). Common Names: Balsam pear, bitter gourd, bitter melon, karela, wild cucumber and bitter cucumber.
Momordica charantia is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit. Its many varieties differ substantially in the shape and bitterness of the fruit. Bitter melon originated in India and was introduced into China in the 14th century.
I gave him so much asks him to just mash and add water to it and drink half glass cup before food in the morning and half glass also in the night three hours after food,before bed
After few weeks he called if I was at home,I just saw him coming with a live chicken and gave it to me to thank me and also an envelop(I won’t tell you what was in the envelop)he said he sent for check after drinking d herbal solution of the leave he was surprised the pressure has come down
Many people will read this and still believe its a lie,I just pray you will help give it out to someone if you don’t believe it,save a soul. Right now over 20 million Americans suffer from HPB,that’s about all the population in Ghana,you can imagine that, please don’t wait till you kill yourself because you did not believe
Thank the admin and the one who created this page,many people wish they would have known this long time,every time I regretted that I never knew this,if I had few years ago,my mother and my aunty wouldnt die,both died from hypertension, a word is enough for the wise
PREPARATION: Plug much quantity and mash it up with some quantity of water and sieve to drink,half glass cup in the morning before food and half glass cup in d night 3 hours after eating
WHERE CAN I GET THIS? These leaves are everywhere,even at d back of your yard
Post Credit- Steve Cord