For the prevention of heart attacks and in cases of heart disease I would take 1500 mg magnesium orotate, (potassium orotate), 200 – 500 mg bromelain, hawthorn berry tincture and may (hawthorn flower) tincture.
The correct dosage always needs to be individually tested.
I would also study galangal, strophantin, cayenne …
… and herbal medicine, homeopathy, neural therapy and acupuncture in general.
In case of stabbing pain in the chest or angina pectoris I would immediately take some galangal powder (nature’s nitroglycerin spray) and keep it into my mouth until the pain is gone.
For experts only:
In case of a heart attack (Manual of Neural Therapy According to Huneke, Peter Dosch, M.D., Mathias Dosch, M.D.):
1 ml procaine i.v. (NO other stimulants!)
In an emergency the i.v. injection may be repeated at half-hour intervals
For more details read the excellent book on neural therapy. (For lay people it is not advisable to buy this book!)
- Scientists Find That Capsaicin Could Stop A Heart Attack In Progress
- Why Daily Low Dose Aspirin for Heart Attack Protection Should be Discouraged (Natural Society, Dec. 22, 2011):
Some of us are aware of one or two negative side effects from low dose daily aspirin use to prevent heart attacks. But lately, more side effects, serious ones, of daily aspirin dosing are making the risks outweigh the advantages completely. Fortunately, there are natural substitutes that match or surpass the daily aspirin routine for heart attack protection.
Another allopathic myth that backfired
As late as 2007, a massive aspirin TV ad promoting daily low dose aspirins took hold over millions, despite the growing awareness of side effects from this routine. Aspirin zombies were awakened.
Several studies had been conducted on daily aspirin use for over two decades. The studies had mixed results which were mostly negative. The gastric hemorrhaging (stomach bleeding) and ulcer production came in at close to one-third of the trial subjects. That seemed tolerable to some, since second heart attacks were reduced. However, fatal heart attacks were actually not reduced at all by taking low dose aspirin daily.
After a few more years of observation, other side effects manifest. Those on daily aspirin regimens had a twofold increase in hemorrhagic brain strokes, which cripple and kill. This is because aspirin only thins blood, making coagulation difficult when needed. In other more recent studies, kidney and liver problems appeared as a result of daily low dose aspirin.
And now, another side effect from daily low dose aspirin has popped up: Blindness. The age group usually involved with daily aspirins for heart protection is in the same age group most vulnerable to Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
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