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Why Allopathic Medicine Will Never Find the Cure

Allopathic medicine will not find the cure to any heart-related ills because they are not really looking for them. They are looking for new ways to manage diseases perpetually, and to keep their patients sick enough to require drugs. Thus, they are developing new drugs to help reduce cholesterol, eliminate renin (clotting agent), thin the blood, and other forms of symptom management. The utter insanity is shown by the fact that cholesterol is designed to prevent internal bleeding, so while doctors are giving anti-cholesterol drugs, which make internal bleeding much more likely, they are also simultaneously giving blood thinners to ensure that the bleeds are real gushers, and that the body will need even more cholesterol to save itself. They spend no time considering why the body creates cholesterol, the role of renin, and what causes thick, hypercoagulatory blood. The system is designed to ensure that heart disease is not curable.

A drug dealer will not help you to quit an addiction, unless he can give you another drug that is more expensive, and preferably more addictive. The medical establishment likewise relies on your sickness for its profit. They do not want you to die, because that is the end of their profit stream, but they do not want you to be independent either. When most people die, they have already fed most of their money into the system, and it is the leading cause of bankruptcy in the U.S.

Hypertension

Hypertension is bad, but hypertension drugs are worse. Blood pressure medications can cause heart failure with prolonged use. They all seem to have a pattern of side effects, which include heart and muscle damage, irregular or fast heart beat, restlessness, and light-headedness. Weaning off these drugs should be done slowly and cautiously, with frequent monitoring for dangerous spikes in blood pressure. Bear in mind that whenever weaning off of such drugs, one should expect sudden and temporary rises in blood pressure. This is temporary, and the instabilities should diminish in time. Dangerously excessive pressure will require emergency intervention at a hospital, so it is wise to decrease drug dosage gradually to avoid dangerous spikes in pressure.

People diagnosed with hypertension are often asked to undergo stress tests at routine intervals. There is actually very little science behind these. People have good days and bad days, and it has been repeatedly proven that the results of stress tests vary from one day to the next. Yet, when people do poorly on these tests, more expensive tests are always recommended, along with even more drugs. In addition to being useless, the stress tests themselves are prone to causing heart attacks. Sure, there are doctors on staff, but even minor heart attacks cause permanent damage to the heart, and some are deadly despite attempts at resuscitation. The heart attacks stimulated by the stress tests sometimes occur later, when the patient has returned to his home.

There is a much more effective way of determining if you are at risk for heart attacks, using a technique known as the ankle-brachial index test.

The Ankle-Brachial Test
A person begins this test by getting his blood pressure taken normally, and recording the result. Next, he lays on his back, and has his blood pressure taken at his ankle, just above the bone that juts out. This result should be recorded too. The index calculation is based upon the leg's systolic pressure divided by the arm's. Take for example, if the patient's first blood pressure measurement were 120 over 70, which is normally written as 120/70, and his blood pressure at his ankle were 110/68. We only need the first of these numbers in each set, the systolic measurements of 120 (arm) and 110 (ankle). For instance, 110/120 = 0.916. A healthy index is 1.0 or greater.

The logic behind this test is sound. The arteries of the legs must exert more to assist with heart contractions than the arteries of the arms, so more pressure ought to be detected in the legs. Clotting disorders and signs of atheriosclerosis show up in the legs before anywhere else. These factors make this test a superior method of early detection. The sooner that a person notices heart disease, the easier it is to reverse damage.

There are plenty of medical industry tests surrounding hypertension, arterial plaque, and coronary heart disease, but there is very little purpose to them, other than to increase profits. For instance, a $3,000 test may tell a patient how severely clogged his arteries are, but modern medicine can do nothing to reverse it. They can create pretty pictures of the damage, but they are unable to actually do anything about it.

The following methods can eliminate hypertension. Many of these are explained in more detail later.

Natural Hypertension Remedies

  • Weight loss must be done properly or the result will be further impaired health. For example, smaller and healthier meals should be consumed more often. Do not skip meals or use toxic diet products. Virtually all diet products are toxic and inflammatory. They exaggerate health issues (including heart disease) in the long term.
  • Replace all table salt with unrefined sea salt, and avoid processed sodium sources, including monosodium glutamate.
  • Follow the Budwig regimen of flax seed oil combined with goat cheese. Yogurt can be used in place of goat cheese, but it is not as healthy, because it uses homogenized milk. If yogurt is used, also supplement with vitamin C and folate (or folic acid) to prevent inflammation and arterial damage.
  • Do deep breathing exercises. Various martial art breathing techniques have had good success because of their emphasis on deep breathing exercises.
  • American ginseng (panax quinquefolius) is sometimes used as a very mild stimulant, but it is weaker than the Korean varieties for this purpose. The American variant is most suited for heart patients, because it has been shown to improve heart health, reduce cholesterol levels (inflammation), and to normalize blood pressure.
  • L-taurine is known for regulating the blood pressure, and bringing balance to the sodium and potassium levels of the blood. It also helps to regulate the pulse. It indirectly aids the heart by improving kidney function. Additionally, it can stop some heart attacks.
  • L-arginine is used by the body in the production of nitric oxide, which makes blood vessels relax, increases blood flow, and improves blood vessel function. Do not take arginine following a heart attack. While arginine is good for prevention, it has been shown to have damaging effects immediately following a cardiac arrest.
  • CoQ10 can be used to help people wean off of hypertension (blood pressure) medications faster and more safely, and it is an overall heart tonic. It is especially useful for older people.
  • Cayenne has the unique ability to regulate blood pressure as needed, either increasing or decreasing it, as is prudent. It is also useful for stopping a heart attack.
  • Vitamin E thins the blood, and has been shown in studies to normalize blood pressure. Women should avoid blood thinners like vitamin E while menstruating, because it will cause heavier bleeding.
  • Hawthorn is one of the best supplements for heart health, and it helps with blood pressure too.

Blood pressure instability or imbalance can be an indication of kidney damage. Additional symptoms of kidney impairment are fatigue, vision problems, muscle cramping, bleeding gums, swollen legs, excessive urination, and excessive thirst. Kidney stress can also result in imbalanced electrolyte salts, especially potassium, which will cause fluid retention or loss throughout the body. Kidney stress is commonly caused by excessive supplementation, a toxic diet, or pharmaceuticals. Doctors never blame the pharmaceuticals, because doing so would mean taking responsibility for damaging the patient's health. Kidney stress may also be caused by liver inflammation, which can be due to heavy metal toxicity, certain diseases, excessive alcohol usage, or pharmaceutical toxicity. The overall efficiency of the kidneys is also greatly effected by a person's emotional health, which ultimately effects the heart too. Therefore, the process of healing the kidneys could be very slow if the person has unresolved emotional issues, or if he continues harming himself.

The following list of supplements strengthen the kidneys. These dosages should not be exceeded, or else the supplements will ironically stress the kidneys further. When dealing with kidney stress, these should be the only supplements taken, and no pharmaceuticals should be used, if at all possible. During a period of kidney repair, it is important that a pristine diet be maintained, with preference being given to organic foods. As mentioned elsewhere in this report, special care should be exercised when weaning from blood pressure medications, because the discontinuation process may cause dangerous spikes in blood pressure. Discontinuing blood pressure medications should always be done gradually and with constant monitoring for dangerous spikes. Pressure spikes should be handled in a common sense manner, which may include increasing the dosage slightly, or visiting emergency medical personnel in the extreme cases.

Kidney Support Supplements

  • Dandelion (500 mg. for every 100 lbs. of body weight)
  • Licorice (500 mg. for every 100 lbs. of body weight)
  • Taurine (170 mg. per 50 lbs. of body weight)
  • Vitamin E (133 I.U. per 100 lbs. of body weight)
  • Vitamin C (500 mg. for every 75 lbs. of body weight)
  • Rhubarb
  • Carrots
  • Astragalus

Congestive Heart Failure

Congestive heart failure is when the heart is too weak and damaged to properly oxygenate the blood, adequately circulate it, and clear the lungs. Blood cannot be circulated properly, and builds up in the heart, forcing it to beat faster. Fatigue and mental confusion are common, because not enough blood and oxygen reach the brain. As a result of this poor efficiency, fluids can then accumulate in the lungs, leaving the victim susceptible to pneumonia; which is one of the leading causes of death in the elderly population amongst those who have heart failure. Allopathic medicine claims that this condition has no known cause, because it ignores the findings of alternative medicine. Congestive heart failure is always caused by malnutrition over an extended period of time. This malnutrition is virtually always due to long-term pharmaceutical usage and toxic processed foods, which destroy a body's ability to retain and utilize critical nutrients. It can take many months, and a religious adherence to a nutritious diet to reverse congestive heart failure.

The B vitamins are crucial for reversing this condition. Vitamins B-1 (thiamine), B-3 (niacin), and B-6 (pyridoxine) are extremely beneficial. The essential vitamin B-4 is a name given to a specific group of amino acids found in some foods. It is strongly recommended that anyone with congestive heart failure does some thorough research for a B-complex supplement. When researching supplements, please be mindful that some companies are selling B vitamins that are made from liver, soy, and genetically-engineered yeasts, which we recommend avoiding.

The B vitamins are the main nutrient deficiency in the case of those with congestive heart failure. Proper supplementation can produce a massive improvement in health and well being. In addition to taking a B-complex supplement, heart patients should get plenty of vegetables. Patients should also drink cayenne tea or take a cayenne supplement (on a full stomach) daily. Cayenne's benefits are astounding to both heart health and blood pressure regulation.

Jiaogulan, otherwise known as "China's immortality herb" has been shown to increase the output of the heart without increasing the pulse or adversely effecting blood pressure. It can actually make the heart stronger. It may be used in conjunction with everything already stated.

See the Reversing Heart Disease section for more information about CoQ10, because it has also been shown to be beneficial. Cases of congestive heart failure have been directly linked with a CoQ10 deficiency.

One of the hidden causes of congestive heart failure is an excess of iron. It is accumulative in the body, particularly for men, and an excess of iron causes an untold number of health problems. Patients can obtain a simple test to determine what their iron levels are (anything above 150 is considered dangerously high), or they can just begin treating it. Grown men practically always have excessive levels of iron inside their blood. Linus Pauling discovered that vitamin C and resveratrol help to remove excess iron. Resveratrol is present in red grapes, dark grape juice, and red wines. Its highest concentration is observed inside muscadine grapes. This is probably because these grapes have thicker skins, which is where resveratrol concentrates.

Vegetarian and vegan heart patients may actually harm their health further by removing iron, because they are likely to be deficient in iron, due to their self-imposed malnutrition. Iron is critical for the creation of oxygen-carrying, red blood cells. Iron is necessary to oxygenate a body properly. The stress placed upon the lungs from cellular oxygen starvation stems from a lack of red blood cells, which always equals an equivalent stress upon the cardiovascular system.

Strokes

Strokes are reported for 750,000 American people each year. A stroke occurs when the blood supply (oxygen) to the brain is impeded for an extended period. It is believed that hypercoagulability (excessive clotting) of blood causes 85% of strokes. This section will concentrate upon the minority 15% for which the cause is not hypercoagulability. The hypercoagulability group is discussed later in this report.

People who snore and have sleep apnea are at a much greater risk of having strokes. Sleep apnea can usually be detected by nearby people, who may notice that the person stops breathing for several seconds while sleeping. One remedy is a snore guard that can be obtained from a dentist, or a person may get one custom fitted from a variety of E-bay sellers. It is a device that is designed to maintain an unobstructed airway, which eliminates the primary danger of sleep apnea. These devices are obviously not a cure, but they will work to prevent any immediate risk that is posed by this condition. It is worth noting that those getting proper nutrition and exercise will rarely have sleep apnea.

Stroke patients unsurprisingly have a higher than normal level of fibrin in their blood. Fibrin is the blood-clotting factor. It is wise to supplement with vitamin E (400 - 800 IU) because it inhibits thrombin, the enzyme that converts fibrinogen to fibrin. This category of patients also has an increased level of infections in their blood, which will be discussed later as a cause of many additional heart problems.

The use of hyperbaric oxygen (pressurized oxygen chambers) has had tremendous success in helping those who have had strokes. It is now believed that parts of the brain may not simply die during a stroke, but that they may merely become dormant. All of the B vitamins should be provided to a stroke victim, because they are essential for good brain health and repairing the central nervous system. The oxygenating effects of Budwig therapy, taurine, chlorophyll, and NAC (N-acetyl-cysteine) are also very useful for stroke recovery.

Aspirin use increases the risk of aneurysms and internal bleeding, so it is not a wise preventative for strokes. Contrary to popular belief, it does not decrease the chances of having heart attacks. The studies which showed a reduced heart attack risk used Bufferin, an aspirin product that is buffered with magnesium. Magnesium can safely prevent some heart attacks, but aspirin without magnesium cannot. Heart disease patients do not suffer from aspirin deficiencies.

Comments   

bill vanderbilt
# There is mold in them there hearts. bill vanderbilt 2010-08-26 07:09
I have been talking with a medical pathologist for about 4 years now and something that he told me a long time ago really shocked me. I originally contacted him because of an illness that I contracted that I believed was due to exposure to toxic mold. This man actually does autopsies to discover cause of death and disease. Here is what he said.

" When it comes to blocked arteries in the heart, it isn't plaque and cholesterol causing the blockages at all".In 99 % of all the autopsies he has done over the years he has found mold to be the culprit. The human body is the perfect place for mold to colonize so this sounds very logical to me.. Anti fungal drugs in the early stages of heart disease involving blocked arteries will solve this problem in 99 % of cases. Cancer is also linked to mold exposure. So,, we have the 2 greatest medical mysteries and,, the 2 greatest killers of all diseases. Could it be that they are using the wrong treatment protocols for these aliments,,,,intentionally. Something to ponder considering how much money is made off of the treatments of these 2 killers.
Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor)
# RE: There is mold in them there hearts. Thomas Corriher (Managing Editor) 2016-08-25 14:28
Indeed, mold is the biggest health topic which is not being reported anywhere. We hope to get to that topic someday. It's responsible for lots of problems, and very few people have any idea about it. Entire categories of diseases are the result, especially those effecting the central nervous system. It does everything from that to causing unexplained organ failures, even diabetes; and yes that may eventually lead to heart problems given enough time. People in the medical industry avoid the topic because they have no understanding whatsoever about how the unique toxins are made, how to reproduce them chemically, or even how to specifically test for the damage that they do. The mold topic just makes them look stupid and impotent, in other words. The rest of us tend to avoid the topic because we so rarely discover that it was the real problem, even after decades of searching in pain. I hope that we get to it, because the topic is extremely important.
Ryan Laird
# Ryan Laird 2012-08-05 18:39
That's a whole lot of reading but well worth it.

Thanks, Ryan
Rose Marie
# Rose Marie 2012-08-29 22:01
I have been told my HDL is too low - and that my triglicerites are too high. I don't have a clue what to do to improve these numbers as I have already made a lot of dietary improvements but so far have not found these numbers to improve. Any suggetions? Thank you so much for all the research you do to help people. You are greatly appreciated.
Thomas Donald Houston
# Thomas Donald Houston 2013-12-23 21:41
Cholesterol was implicated in heart disease over a hundred years ago when it was noted in autopsy that heart attack victims had cholesterol clogged arteries. Some blamed the cholesterol and some believed that the cholesterol was associative, not causative. By 1914 at least it was known that cholesterol was not causative. Biochemistry has since proven that cholesterol plays no part in causing heart disease, its a symptom of chronic nutritional or toxic damage to the arteries, not a cause.
Deficiencies in vitamin c and selenium are the principle cause of heart disease, copper is another major factor (grey hair is a result of chronic copper deficiency).
Stroke and aneurism were determined by vets in the late forties/early fifties to be caused by selenium deficiency, medical doctors are still entirely ignorant of this.
Hardening of the arteries is caused by an inability of the body to properly produce elastin and collagen, the structural elements of arteries. Vitamin c, selenium and copper are essential for proper production of collagen and elastin. These elements are also what keeps skin smooth and elastic, if your skin is becoming thin, inelastic and wrinkled so to are your arteries. Vitamin c and selenium work together (selenium increases the activity of vitamin c by a factor of 100) so if you need one you need the other too.
Its kind of sick that the biggest killer in our modern world is also one relatively easily treated, after all, most heart disease is nothing more than chronic, subacute scurvy.
Dev Pero
# Dev Pero 2014-02-20 16:25
Great article. Very nice to see all most of the information in one place. Thanks
Ali Christy
# No Heart Attack Ali Christy 2015-01-14 22:19
My older sister died of a heart attack at age 57 following a by-pass. My younger sister was told today she needs a triple by-pass. I was the health-food freak of the family, avoiding trans-fats, eating whole foods, etc., thankfully. However, I am going to step up my regime, especially in the area of emotional joy (have strong faith) and in outdoor activities and exercise. Thank you for this article to encourage what I know to be the right path.
Alison RN BSN
Nurse Advocate

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