Doctors don't tell you about it, because then they will have no job. These seeds are destroying even the most serious diseases
We think you'll be very surprised when you find that rich grape seeds have an enormously strong anti-cancer properties.
Yes, they contain anti-cancer ingredients - more than any other fruit on the planet.
A recent study discovered that a grape seed extract is more efficient than traditional chemotherapy to kill cancer cells.
You're probably asking yourself - how does it work? When the cancer is at an advanced stage, grape seed extract is more effective in the elimination of cancer cells.
Grape seed extract works only against cancer cells, which are resistant to chemotherapy, and the best thing is that grape seed extract does not harm the healthy cells - it kills bad cells and does not damage the good cells.
Experts believe that Grape seed extract causes oxidative press, which causes a planned cell death known as Apoptosis. And the patient needs just a small amount to kill the cancer cells.
The cancer cells do not develop resistance to this essence, unlike with traditional drugs and therapies - that the cells develop resistance against.
You will need the following ingredients to prepare the extract:
- 1 Cup grapeseed - Glass jar with a lid - 1 Clean towel
This is what you have to do - first of all you must rinse the seeds well with water. Then, place them on a towel to absorb the water. Then leave them for 2-3 days to dry out. After 3 days, grind them. And transfer them to a glass jar that you will store in a cool, dark place.
How to use
You must use the powder 2-3 times a day. Add one teaspoon of the powder into a glass of water or juice. Mix well and drink. that's it! It is important to use this medication for 3 months in a row. Then, take a break of two months.
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