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Is it possible to avoid an open heart surgery with regular intake of syrup consisting garlic,ginger,lemon,honey and apple vinegar ?

hi, my name is sarfaraz nawaz. i am an IT engineer. my dad is suffering from heart problem. he had undergone angiography . his three artries were block. doctors advised him for open heart surgery. mean while one of his close friend advise him to take syrup of garlic, ginger, lemon, honey ,lemon and apple vineger. i also searched about this syrup. he is consuming this syrup more than 1 month. sir , do you think this syrup will make any difference and avoid open heart surgey?
Asked On : Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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Cardiologist 's  Response
Hi ,
As your father has multivessle disease , he needs to undergo bypass surgery at earliest .
Therapy which he is taking at present mainly consists of herbal treatment and antioxidants . The benefits of which can be best answered by ayurvedic consultant . This can help as adjuvant treatment but cannot replace bypass surgery as option .
So get a opinion of cardiac surgeon and plan for bypass surgery for better health outcomes at earliest .
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta's  Response
I would advise you to get the surgery done as it is very difficult for your arteries to get totally cleared by home made concoction.
This may be dangerous in the sense as any triggering factor might cause a dangerous episode of heart attack.
It would be better if you give this concoction after the surgery because if it has the capacity to clear the vessels,then it can definitely help your father in not getting the block again.
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