Effective Natural Remedies for Heart Attack Recovery


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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!

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Posted by Robert (Martinez, Ca, Usa) on 03/05/2010

Heart attacks

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!

Replied by Neb
(Victoria, Bc)

Hi, I was wondering if it would be good to mix Turmeric and Cayenne Pepper and pack in capsules - then take them as any other capsule? Thanks!

Replied by Ruralgirl
(Heart Of Tx)

Sam Biser, in his book, Curing with Cayenne, featuring Dr. Richard Schulze, medical herbalist, says "no" to packing cayenne in capsules. He says the mouth needs to feel the heat for the stomach to prepare for the cayenne.

Replied by Timh
2064 posts

Using Cayenne in sufficient or tolerable amounts as a spice in food is enough for preventive measure. If one needs therapeutic levels I would recommend using the Cayenne/Ginger caps as these two chi herbs have synergistic action thereby increasing benefits.

Replied by Robert

If you would prefer using capsules, then take with a fat for absorption & after a meal as the cayenne is hot. The formula is from a early researcher & now there are pricey supplements on the market that use extracts of curcumin with piperine which is extracted from black pepper. Both turmeric & cumin contain curcumin, the active isolated compound, however, their potency depends on many variables such as growing methods, date of harvest, etc.

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