Oct 14, 2015
What Is A Heart Attack?
A heart attack, also known as a myocardial infarction, occurs as the blood flow is blacked through the coronary artery – the vessel responsible for transferring blood to the heart muscle. The disruption in flow is typically the result of a blood clot and causes the debilitating pain associated with a heart attack. As the attack occurs and the flow of blood is ceased, damage can occur and even destroy a segment of the heart muscle.
The symptoms of a heart attack vary, especially between men and women; however, several common symptoms have been identified. The most indicative signs of a heart attack include intense pressure, tightness or pain in the chest which is often paired with a squeezing or aching sensation that radiates through the chest to the arms, neck, jaw or back. Additional symptoms include nausea, indigestion, heartburn, abdominal pain, shortness of breath, sweating, anxiety, fatigue, disrupted sleep, lightheadedness and dizziness.
A heart attack is caused by a disruption in the flow of blood to the heart. Several factors are responsible for this type of block. A blood clot and development of atherosclerosis are just two causes of a heart attack. Additionally spasm of the coronary artery can cease the flow of blood to the heart. This disruption is often cause by drugs or substance abuse.
Natural Heart Attack Treatment and Recovery
The treatment plan and recovery process from a heart attack are dependent upon the severity and cause of an attack. Nonetheless, several natural treatment options aid in better overall recovery as well as decreased recovery time. Effective heart attack treatment and prevention revolves around maintaining the overall health of the body and heart. Apple cider vinegar, honey and garlic can be used to fight infection and support recovery. Cayenne and molasses are also important treatment options. Likewise, lifestyle changes such as eating a heart healthy diet, exercising properly and avoiding stress support recovery and prevent recurrence of heart related issues. Below, discover more remedies and treatment protocols from Earth Clinic readers.
Remedies for Heart Attack Recovery
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Just wanted to pass along some exciting results with apple cider vinegar! On June 16, 2006 my 40 year old husband suffered a heart attack and fell into a coma. He remains in a nursing home at this time with brain damage. He has a trach and a feeding tube. For the first 6 months he was back and forth between the hospital and nursing home about every 10 days. He would get pneumonia, MRSA, UTI's and numerous other infections. He was on the maximum antibiotics that Doctors could prescribe and I knew something had to change! In January 2007 I started adding a mixture of _____ apple cider vinegar, manuka honey & freshly minced garlic to his feeding tube (about 1/4 cup each day). Wow - the results were FANTASTIC! It has now been 5 months and he has been COMPLETELY infection free - no hospitalizations at all! His blood work and urine tests all come back with excellent results! I am thankful to God that he has supplied everything we need in nature to heal our bodies! I hope this info will be helpful to others as well. This is the recipe that I mix each week. One cup _____ apple cider vinegar, one cup manuka honey and 8 cloves minced garlic. Put all ingredients in a blender for one minute and store in a glass pitcher in the refrigerator. I give him 1/4 cup each day and flush with 2 oz. water. Please email me and I'll be glad to respond to any questions.
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Posted by Paul (Swatara, Minnesota) on 04/25/2011
I had a heart attack on 1/27/2008 in the early hours which is typical as is having a stroke or heart attack in cold climates more often. I woke up soaking wet with pain in my chest and left wrist, it didn't take long to realize what was going on. I got online and checked in here to see what other people did for a heart attack and found cayenne was the key.
So I took a teaspoon of cayenne pepper in a glass of room temp. Water (use warm water if you can) and around 5 minutes later I took it again. I then went and took a shower, got dressed and woke my wife up about 3 hours after I woke up. We then drove to the hospital where I got my only helicopter ride, they were acting like it was a big deal and time was of the essence but I felt otherwise. Anyway after a week in the hospital I realized I could of just stayed home. I had no surgery, no stents put in and am on no drugs for proffit. We take vitamins, fish oil, iodine/iodide, use full spectrum salt and eat organic whenever possible. I have never suffered from one episode of angina either. I also had low cholesteral which most heart attack victims have so DO NOT buy into you needing statins, they put me on them for three days till I got home and threw them in the trash. They will damage your body and not help you live one day longer.
God bless you all
paulbren20009 at yahoo dot com
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Posted by Tiger Dunn (Jandowae Qld, Australia) on 12/02/2008
Heart attack relief with Cayenne Pepper:
The thirty second cure from the symptoms of a heart attack coming on: One level teaspoon full of cayenne pepper into a glass of hot water and stir well. when cool enough drink down and wait for some relief if symptions persist have another glass of cayenne pepper the gap should be 15 minutes. If you are not near a doctor or help this will help stimulate the system.
Posted by Doris (Santa Ana, CA USA) on 04/08/2008
Had 2 slight heart attacks age 28 and 32. Scary one at age 34. Always felt so frail, tho ok health but high stress work and poor diet-sooo much coffee. At 38 yrs was electrocuted by faulty computer eqpmt, lost left-side arm use 1 and half to 2 yrs. During that 1 and half, at about 1 yr, strain from the injury caused a 30-second stroke. I watch clock, fully mentally ok, but was physically immobile entire time, couldn't breath, no heartbeat, nothing. Then it just stopped. I was SO weak always from then on. 3 yrs later married, had child, was always terribly tired. Read in heart surgery book about cayenne being able to stop even a heart attack while in progress. I take a pinch (1/4 tsp) cayenne in 4oz water 2 times wkly. Feel better with 5 minutes - energy stamina breathing is easier, circulation feels ramped up to normal. Still tire, not not as without cayenne. Never regained full strength or mobility from electr. injury but dexterity in fingers did return. Strength is still 3lbs., Best, not nearly so drag-out tired. Cayenne is great - in tomato juice or water. Only a pinch is needed. In V8 or regular tomato juice, cayenne goes easy. I put cayenne on hard boiled eggs, hot flavor hides well in grape or orange juice too. Has improved my cholesterol too.
Posted by MIKI (HOUSTON, TX) on 07/23/2007
I began reading about cayenne pepper and acv after realizing the pills i take for my heart, high bp, circulation and high colesterol were not working. B4 i started drinking the cayenne pepper tea i could not walk a half a block. Now, i can walk for one mile and my leg does not hurt. I have had heart attack, two leg by-pass surgeries. My energy level is great and I just can't believe my leg does not hurt. I also went to the doctor after not taking my bp medicine for 5 days and drinking the tea 2-3 times a day. Usually if i go that long w/out my medicine, my bp is sky high. This time my bp was norman. I mean normal. I was amazed. I still take my fluid pill to release those fluids but I feel great. thx ever so much
Posted by Lynette (Edwardsville, IL) on 11/07/2006
For the past year, I have been suffering from severe headaches, my heart would beat extremely fast just from standing up, and dizziness. I knew that it was serious when my head was hurting so bad one day that I went to lie down and woke up almost 15 hours later. I found this website while looking for a cure for gout for someone else. I sent them the information and then began to read the other parts of this site. After my reading, I wrote out a list and I went to the health food store immediately after work. I have been taking the mixture of the water with ACV, liquid garlic, cayenne pepper and blackstrap molasses for a week now. For the first time in a year, I am feeling so much better. My heart rate has slowed. My headaches are gone. I am using the bathroom on a regular basis now and I am not sleepy all of the time. I am also taking multi-vitamins. Thank you for this wonderful website!
Posted by Douglas (Monticello, FL) on 09/03/2006
Garlic and Cayenne Pepper cured my rapid heart beat & high blood pressure. Cayenne pepper stops bleeding and heals the wound, even one that the bone could be seen in the heel of the hand. The scar is almost nil.
Posted by Carrie (Kuwait, Middle East) on 08/27/2006
I had a heart attack 1 and half years ago. 3 nights ago I experienced pains and was hospitalized and found to be suffering once again with a heart condition. I searched the internet and came across your site. Thank you for an amazing treasure of cures and remedies. I used 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper and a tablespoon or two of honey in rather large glass of boiling water. I found the taste really delicious! I swallowed crushed clove garlic with this drink and truly my heart settled almost instantly and my BP is normal! To all heart sufferers, this is an amazing remedy to try, you only benefit from it. I intend having this daily probably for the rest of my life!
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Posted by Sue (SC) on 01/03/2007
Chewing raw garlic stopped chest pains/noticed tumor shrink.
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Posted by Jean (Amarillo, Tx) on 01/12/2012
I have several small heart attacks since the '80's, a stroke that caused damage to show up on CT scan, and a CHF on '08 and told I have a enlarged heart.
Now I'm told I have a leaky valve (don't no which one) and I was told I was good because it's not worse than when I had my chf. All I'm doing is taking cinnamon and honey and herbs for my lungs- should I be doing something different now that I have a valve problem? Should I go back to using apply cider vinegar again? Oh I started taking cordyceps extract 2 months now. Help please! jean
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Posted by Peg (Omaha, NE) on 10/11/2006
I was low on potassium, and having heart arrhythmia because of it. 1 tbs each morning, and occasionally another tsp in the early evening keeps it away!
Posted by Robert (Martinez, Ca, Usa) on 03/05/2010
Disclaimer of course applies to seek allopathic treatment. A clinician M.D. whose name escapes me once stated in an interview & used the word 'cure', that to relieve angina take the following formula: E=MC2
E= double the largest dose of off the shelf Vit E(natural). M=magnesium & dbl avail dosage as above using mag citrate, malate, etc(not oxide),C2=carnitine,& CoQ10,as Ubiquinol, & adding Taurine.This formula should relieve the pain in a short time, & it is only used once.
For general daily maintenance take 2 tsp turmeric & 1/2 tsp of cayenne which potentizes the turmeric & mix both with a fat as tumreric needs fat for absorption. This can be coconut milk, olive oil, etc. If the cayenne heat is too much, eat an apple or take apple juice.The turmeric & cayenne is taken daily & will act as 'Roto-Router' for the cardiovascular system. Herbally, I like to use hawthorne berries which is a very good heart tonic as a tea or extract. Cheers!
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