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Stop Alzheimer’s Disease Using Greek Mountain Tea

Published on 25.01.2016 under News


Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is one such ailment that causes the brain to gradually deteriorate over time, affecting memory, thought processes, and behavior. Dementia is defined as a loss of brain function that occurs due to older age as well as due to certain diseases. While Alzheimer’s disease is most common in older adults, the development of Alzheimer’s Disease is not part of the normal aging process. However, having a close blood relative (such as a brother, sister, or parent) who has developed Alzheimer’s Disease increases your risk of developing the condition as well.


In addition, your chances of getting Alzheimer’s Disease can also be increased by having a specific combination of genes and proteins that appear to be pathological parts of the condition. Below is a list of other risk factors that could give you a higher chance of developing Alzheimer’s Disease: Long-term hypertension History of head injury Female gender The exact causes of Alzheimer’s Disease are not entirely clear, but it is thought by many that getting Alzheimer’s Disease has to do with both genetic and environmental factors.


The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease is made after certain symptoms start to occur in the body, and after other causes of dementia have been ruled out. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease Early symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease include: Language problems, such as difficulty recalling the names of known objects Failure to recall the location of an object Getting lost on well-known routes Personality changes and loss of social skills Loss of interest in things that previously gave you pleasure Depression As Alzheimer’s Disease worsens, symptoms become more obvious and interfere with your ability to care for yourself.


Such symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease include:


Forgetting details of recent events or events in your life, and eventually a loss of awareness of who you are

A change in sleep patterns such as often waking up in the middle of the night

Difficulty writing or reading Loss of ability to recognize risks and poor judgment Using incorrect words, pronunciations, and jumbled sentences

Avoidance of social contact Hallucinations Alzheimer’s disease Memory Loss Unusual disagreements, aggression, and violent behavior

The presence of delusions, depression, or agitation

Difficulty performing basic tasks such as preparing meals, choosing proper clothing, and driving



People who have severe Alzheimer’s Disease can no longer:


Understand language

Recognize family members

Perform basic activities of daily living such as getting dressed, eating, or bathing


Other symptoms that may occur with Alzheimer’s Disease:


Incontinence Swallowing problems


The final phase of Alzheimer’s Disease may last from a few months to several years. During this period, the patient will be completely immobilized and totally helpless.


Greek Mountain Tea To Ward Against Alzheimer’s Disease Luckily, nature has provided us with a way out: Greek Mountain Tea. Greek mountain tea has been used for centuries and is the most popular Greek herb available. Hippocrates recommended the Greek Mountain herb as a stimulant, due to its high iron content. Dioscorides considered it to be a powerful shield against colds during flu season. The latest studies have shown that Greek Mountain Tea is an excellent tea to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s Disease. The Greek mountain herb is derived from the plant Sideritis, which takes its name from the Greek word for iron, due to its healing capacity against wounds caused by iron weapons.


In Crete, the herb was widely known as “Malotira”, a name that comes from the Italian words “male” (illness) and “tirare” (drag). This is due to the herb’s use as a panacea for colds and respiratory diseases. At the Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg, the professor of Neurology, Jens Pahnke, revealed that Greek mountain tea lessens damage to the brain by nearly 80% in Alzheimer’s Disease patients. In the professor’s own words, “This neurodegenerative disease starts insidiously at the age of 45 to 50.


However, the clinical symptoms appear in everyday life 20-30 years later. Alzheimer’s Disease may begin, for instance, as you are standing in a department store and suddenly you will no longer be able to find the exit or the cashier. Even small memory disturbances that occur for the first time may be predictors of the disease.


From researching through the internet, we found that there is a Greek herb that has strong anti-inflammatory properties, so we decided to order and then test it. When we tried it in mice for 25 days in a row, we were amazed at the results! The mice showed a considerable improvement, eliminating brain damage by 80%! The next best result was the Thiethylperazin, which eliminated the problem by only 70%.” The 38 year old professor, who treats over 1,500 patients from around the world each year, also tested the properties of Greek mountain tea in humans. “Drinking the tea daily for six months, the disease started reengaging at a level that was apparent nine months earlier, and then immediately after, the disease significantly stabilizes,” he explained. “I had a patient who had a memory and orientation problem, and had reached a point where he could neither go to the toilet on his own. I gave him Greek mountain tea for two months, and now he has improved to such an extent that he is preparing to go on holiday with a friend in the Alps.“ German scientists report that Greek mountain tea is the first among 150 varieties of different tea from all around the world that aid in the prevention and maintenance of Alzheimer’s Disease.



Preparation Of Greek Mountain Tea Infusion:


Pour boiling water (just before seething) into a cup with 1 teaspoon Greek mountain tea (sideritis). Allow this mixture to sit for 4-5 minutes and strain. Drink up to 4 cups per day.

You can drink the mixture hot or cold, and can even add honey, lemon, or cinnamon for taste.

The best month to gather Greek mountain tea is during the full flowering period in July, which lasts only for a few days. You have to be extremely careful when gathering Greek mountain tea.


Always leave the blossoms on the plant so that it can mature and spread its seeds. Never uproot the entire plant. Side Effects and Recommendations There have been no side effects reported, even in overdose cases.


Final Note More and more research has indicated the miraculous properties of Greek mountain tea and its contribution to the fight against Alzheimer’s disease, which causes the degeneration of brain cells. In Greece, there have only been a recorded 160,000 instances of the disease, while in Germany, the number is 800,000, and in America, it is over 5,000,000.

In Australia 80% of patients with dementia have Alzheimer’s Disease, while worldwide, the number of people afflicted with the disease is 30 million. If things don’t change soon, the predicted future outcome can only be referred to as a nightmare, as 110 million patients will have Alzheimer’s Disease by 2050. Greek Mountain Tea is an excellent tonic and detoxifier that contains no caffeine. Unlike other types of tea, sideritis does not have any stimulatory effects on the body or mind, so it can easily be consumed in the evening before bedtime. “Nature does nothing uselessly or without purpose.” – Aristotle Greek mountain tea is a simple and effective way for us to stop or prevent Alzheimer’s Disease, to draw upon the benefits of nature and its healing generosity.



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