Stroke Recovery and Prevention Remedies


Posted by Marilyn (Milpitas, California) on 01/12/2018
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Use of natto or nattokinase for a stroke or to prevent one. I got a brand that is 100mg and 90caps. it is an extract. You just take 1 a day. It is 2000 FU.

Replied by Dana
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Nattokinase and Serrapeptase together form an effective remedy for dissolving blood clots and shuttling the thinned blood away from site of injury.


Posted by Maskeen (Dubai, Uae) on 01/02/2011

A friend of mine had a transient ischemic attack which is a precursor to a stroke. He was prescribed a blood thinner. However, an herbalist directed him to nattokinase which is an enzyme from the japanese food natto. It is a potent fibrinolytic which means that it dissolves the fiber which makes the blood thick rather than thinning the blood. Coq10, also known as vitamin q, is necessary for a healthy heart. Four years later, no more tia's.

Replied by Ravi

I have had TIA exactly one year ago. And I have been given TPA thereafter within 3 hours. And I have been doing well since then. The only problem was that I got this due to Hereditary reasons. Now, the question is whether I have any chances of getting strokes in the coming years. What should I do as a precautionary measure?

Posted by Anne (Chicago, Il Usa) on 12/29/2010

Does Ted (or anyone else) have advice on stroke PREVENTION? Thanks, Anne

Replied by Deb
Melbourne , Australia

Anne, cayenne is meant to be good for the prevention of stroke. It helps with blood flow in the body (and the brain) and is good for the arteries. It would be well worth you researching it. It is full of nutrients and high in Vitamin C as well. I buy organic cayenne from the health food store. There are some good books on cayenne available. Cheers Deb

Replied by Anne
Chicago, Il, Usa

Thank you, Deb! I really appreciate your feedback. I have had arrythmia issues over the past year, and have read other posts regarding cayenne and the heart.. I will definitely look into it.. Again, thanks! Anne

Replied by Bev
Long Beach, Ca Usa

TT. I read somewhere on this site that B6 was excellent for preventing strokes.

Replied by Andoy
Boise, Id

I agree with Bev. Dr. Ellis, East Texas, pioneered B-6 supplement succesfully about 50 years ago. 1 tablet a day...... Google him.

Raw Food Diet

Posted by Sharon (Soldotna, Alaska) on 03/07/2008
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I am obese not from overeating, but due to stressors that I did not handle well and that caused a major stroke a year ago. Since then, I have made a major change in my diet even though I had eaten very well before without white flours, sugars and the other problem foods for many years. Now I am eating raw vegan foods and have not only finally dropped almost 40 pounds but my blood sugar levels are down to the mid-90s. I credit eating a raw food lifestyle with all this! My thyroid numbers are also in the more normal range! Lots of good changes that I believe eating a raw food lifestyle made happen.

Raw Potato

Posted by Mandandi (Gaborone) on 05/24/2017
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I was hit by a minor stroke 3 weeks ago while nappng at lunchtime. When I woke up and realised my left hand was cold and unresponsive (folded fingers could not straighten, lost control of using the hand) I immediately started doing some frog jumps, stretches etc. After 30 minutes, my had started feeling warm. I carried on exercising for another 20 minutes till I could hold a phone in my left hand and press the key pads.

Anyway, while at the clinic a while later, one woman shared that she had had a stroke so massive 6 months earlier that she spent over a month in the hospital. When she was discharged, her face was still twisted and she still paralyzed. Her aunt then suggested that she eat one raw potato each day, with the skin. She says the raw potato reversed all effects of stroke.

I have been eating one raw potato every day too, and taking at least 2000mg Vit C, apple cider vinegar, juicing vegetables too. I am getting there slowly.

The same regime is doing wonders for my aunt who had a stroke 5 years ago but recovered sufficiently to function normally. Lately, she has been complaining of pain in the heart which has lessened since she started the above regime this week. Early days, but results are promising so far.

Please note that potato is acidifying effect in the body, so its best to take more green juices if you must use/eat more than one potato per day. If I juice more than one potato then I use a whole bunch of kale/spinach, cucumber etc to offset the acidifying effect of the potato in the body.

Replied by Adjoa
Accra, Ghana

Thanks very much for your wonderful education on many ailments. Please my question is, which type of potato? the reddish, or yellowish skin type? the very big ones, or the smallish round ones?

Stroke Recovery Natural Remedies

Posted by Masood (Abu Dhabi) on 05/25/2013

Dear Sir, My father had a road accident on dated 7th May 2013, he was concious after the accident, immediately after the accident my father went to the clinic for first aid, after getting the first aid my father came home. He had lunch, after two hours from the accident he fell down unconcious, we immediately rushed to the hospital.

In hospital Doctors did the CT Scan and from the scan it was revealed that there are some blood clots, the treatmnet was started immedately but the concious level of my ftaher deteriorated gradually. After two days from the accident another CT scan was done and in that scan the blood clot size was increasing in one area.

We shifted our father to another better hospital, on dated 17th May 2013, Doctor sugested that there will be an operation for the removal of the clot so operation was done on the same day. As per the Doctor the operation was quite successful but still my father is unconcious. Today the doctors did another CT Scan and the reports are quite satisfactory. The Doctors are saying that the patient should be in the state of conciousness

Kindly I need your advise in this regards.


Stroke Signs

Posted by Dave (Victoria, BC Canada) on 10/05/2008

Please add this to your site, it is very important about the fourth sign of a stroke.

New Sign of a Stroke -------- Stick out Your Tongue

NOTE: Another 'sign' of a stroke is this: Ask the person to 'stick' out his tongue.. If the tongue is 'crooked', if it goes to one side or the other , that is also an indication of a stroke.

Ted's Remedies

Posted by Litsa (Tarpon Springs Florida) on 11/02/2013

My mother suffered a minor stroke a week ago and even though she was able to move her left arm and leg at the time she became progressively worse. I would appreciate a protocol inspired by Ted's work. She is 92 and the only other issue is sciatica in the other leg. Please help. Thank you. Litsa

Replied by Dave
Fountain Inn, Sc

Hello Litsa,

Concerning your mother's stroke and continued worsening condition:

The stroke is likely a tiny clot which broke from the veins or arteries and was small enough to go through the heart and into the brain where it lodged. Most folks who are subject to strokes are equally subject to the same thing in repeated form...the small clots. So it could be that the mini strokes have continued.

First, attack the underlying cause. I've just written two posts you can find on the cholesterol issue on this very subject. Using Vitamin E (natural) and CoQ10 and Dr. Mercola highly suggests the derivative of CoQ10, ubiquinol to stave off clotting issues.

Second, the E will also give your mother strength because it assists in oxygen delivery.

Third, I'd be on four caps of Cal AEP daily to overcome the damage done by the brain blockage. See a great article on AEP: Google, "Calcium AEP nutrition review"...

Fourth, I'd be on two tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar in a large glass of water daily.

Fifth, for more oxygen delivery I'd consider Hydrogen Peroxide. Look in the EC directory at "remedies" and findd HP to see how to take it.

Those are the key things I'd do if this were me. I treated my own parents for similar problems. Neither died from cardio issues.

Replied by Prioris
Fl, Usa

I'd wish Ted would just drive a stake through the entire cholesterol issue and put the issue to rest as it regards heart disease. Cholesterol is an irrelevant problem but still people want to find a solution for it.

Replied by Prioris
Fl, Usa

In regards to "Take it with a Krill oil supplement". I'd take something like vitamin E or Astaxanthin with any fish oil oxidation which is viewed by many people as damaging to the brain. Krill oil has an advantage over other omega 3 supplements because it absorbs better. I'd just be careful about the over oxidation. It has been found over long term to even cause rodents to die an earlier death.

Replied by Rw
Southwestern Virginia

Hi. I was a little confused by your comment. What causes over oxidation, the fish oil, or the other things you mentioned?

Posted by Ronnie (Fort Worth, Texas) on 01/08/2012

I could not find the dosage for Ted's remedies for the stroke victims.

Posted by Dely (Ashburn, Virginia) on 05/16/2011

Please, explain how to take these 23 items for a stroke patient. My brother had a stroke a couple of weeks ago. I am hoping that these remedies will help him recover. Thank you for any assistance you can extend us.

Replied by Doddie
Lawrenceville, Georgia, Usa

Ted would you give the procedure as to how to take the prescribe 23 listed items. I have a friend who has been trying to recover from a stroke that affected speech on the right side, arm and leg for a year and 9 months. Would you also include the time of day or not they should take each one and which not to take together. Thank you, Ted

Replied by Neha Thapar
London, Uk

My father had a hemorrhage stroke in the right hand side of the brainstem on the 8/9/11. he is weak on the left side, has slurred speech, eye movements are contricted, however our biggest problem is the vomiting which he gets from movement, and therefore he is unable to do physio to help him walk again. the doctors say they have tried many antimetics but they are not working. He also cannot swallow yet.

Replied by P
Middle, Fl

Hi, I'm no pro, however I've been reading about amino acids, they help rebuild tissue and neuro issues in the body and brain, look into hyaluronic acid as well as others.. gonna post a website were not only you can purchase the product but gives you basic understanding the role it plays in your body! acid&x=0&y=0

Also look into omega 3, 6, 9...... flax, fish, borage & evening primrose!

Look into coconut oil and look into hydrogen peroxide therepy!

You should really read these by googling or going to earth clinic remedy and supplement section. It's a start, hope it helps!

Replied by Zorro
West Allis, Wi


Google DMSO it has been known to help people regain their health even years after the stroke. You can take it internally and use it on the skin. I wish I knew about this a long time ago I could have helped a lot of people. This even brings back speech.


Replied by Louisa
Wichita Falls, Texas

When mom had a stroke, I rush to her and gave her a cup of coffee with a shot of whiskey. I had read a few years before of this remedy for strokes. The coffee is a stimulate and the whiskey is a thinner. You've got 3 hours to get oxygen to the brain. Mom didn't lose any of natural self. She was 83 at the time.

Replied by Palvan
Venice, Florida, Usa

Ted, Would you respond to the many requests for your stroke regimen. As you know, without dosages and frequency, the list of supplements is useless. The patient you treated had extraordinary results so it must be the way you administered the supplements. I have incorporated many of them in my husband's regimen for the last 3 months but he is stuck with limited use of his arm and leg. Thank you for your invaluable research and recommendations. Palvan

Replied by Theivandran
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Very informative, thank you.