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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Stop A Heart Attack In Its Tracks

February 18, 2013 by Jill                  

heart attack

According to the Centers For Disease Control, 935,000 Americans have a heart attack every year. Often, at least half of these people actually die from the heart attack.
It’s important to know the symptoms of a heart attack so you can recognize even the small signs and treat it immediately.
The symptoms may include:
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain, squeezing, or pressure
  • Discomfort or pain in the shoulders, arms, back or neck
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Sweating
Preventing heart attacks is the best option to aim for! Educate yourself as to what causes a heart attack, which mainly consists of poor diet and lack of exercise.
Most heart attacks stem from malnutrition due to too many processed foods, sugar, and other unhealthy eating habits. Feed your heart by consuming foods that will strengthen the heart. Aim for eating more foods such as, onions, apples, walnuts, olive oil, oats, beans, etc. And of course, exercise daily!
What natural remedy can you use to “stop a heart attack in its tracks?”
Cayenne is a very effective stimulant, stimulating every system and cell of the body. It feeds the heart, cleanses the circulatory system, strengthens the pulse, increases circulation to the brain, plus has many, many other benefits.
There are 2 ways to take cayenne for heart attacks, in powdered form or tincture form. I highly recommend purchasing powdered cayenne from a health food store or a good herbal online store. The typical cayenne at a grocery store is not potent enough to do the best job for heart health. Also, cayenne in a capsule will definitely not be fast-acting for an emergency such as this.
If you would like to keep a cayenne tincture on hand, you can easily make your own!

It’s a good idea to keep some powdered cayenne or cayenne tincture in your purse in a small dark glass dropper bottle. That way, you always have some cayenne on hand if you ever encounter someone who is having a heart attack or thinks they may be having a heart attack.
If you know you are having a heart attack, of course get to a doctor/hospital as soon as possible. But, on the drive there, or while waiting for an ambulance, drink about 1 tsp. of powdered cayenne in a glass of warm water. Or, you can place 2 dropper-fulls of cayenne tincture under the tongue. Because cayenne is a healthy food, it is completely safe to take cayenne whether or not you’re having a heart attack. Always take cayenne if you at all suspect you may be having a heart attack.
If you encounter a person that is unconscious from having a heart attack, sprinkle a little powdered cayenne or drop cayenne tincture under the person’s tongue, a few drops at a time, until help arrives. Repeat this every few minutes if the person is not responding. Be certain that you don’t choke them. It’s important to administer a little at a time if they are not responsive so they don’t choke.
According to Herbal Legacy, Dr. Christopher never lost a patient to a heart attack.
And I quote from Herbal Legacy: “In 35 years of practice, and working with the people and teaching, I {Dr. Christopher} have never on house calls lost one heart attack patient and the reason is, whenever I go in–if they are still breathing–I pour down them a cup of cayenne tea (a teaspoon of cayenne in a cup of hot water, and within minutes they are up and around). This is one of the fastest acting acids we could ever give for the heart, because it feeds that heart immediately.”

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