Goddess morning Royals 👑. First give praise and worship to the all High.
It is usually caused by a combination of non-wholistic practices such as poor nutrition, environmental pollution, destructive eating habits and deteriorating body health internal and external. Many other factors can cause this dis-ease reaction such as, high and low blood pressure, acid ash, fat deposits, thermal glandular fatigue, loss of vein and artery flexibility.
The current fad that heart attacks are caused by high cholesterol levels resulting in arteriosclerosis was started in 1913. It is founded upon giving high levels of cholesterol to rabbits (liver too small to break down fats). Further, the researcher never realized that the research was on dis-ease damage never gave dis-ease damage any significance. *Side Note (N. Anitschkow’s article entitled “On Variations in the Rabbit Aorta” in experimental cholesterol feeding, Beitr Path. Anat. v. Allgem Path. 56:379, 1913). Ironically, since 1877, heart attacks have been scientifically proven (over and over again) to be related to thyroid malfunctions. *Side Note (Wm. Ord “Transaction Med-Surg Society London” 60-61:57, 1877-78; Diseases of the Endocrine Glands by Zondek, 1944; L.M. Hurxthal’s article “Blood Cholesterol and Thyroid Dis-ease” in Archives Internal Medicine 53:762, 1934. Also, at Harvard University, in 1925, heart attacks are related to thyroid weakness.)
The thyroid reacts to the body ill health condition of the individual. Illness can be caused by poor diet, cooked food (plants and flesh), immunosuppressive drugs, and synthetic chemicals. It is the systemic (general) health of a person that causes this dis-ease (and all others). Claude Bernard and Louis Pasteur, in the 19th indicated that an individual who makes his body dis-ease is more dangerous than any bacteria.
- Vitamin C; 3,000-6,000mg – helps thin the blood
- Vitamin B-Complex; 100mg – helps nerves
- Vitamin B6; 50mg – Combats nerve damage
- Vitamin E; 200IU – Enhances heart circulation
- Niacin; 50mg – Dialates heart’s valves
- Calcium; 1,500-2,000mg – helps control heart muscles.
- Magnesium; 705-1,000mg – increases nutrients to heart
- Phosphorus; 500-700mg – aids heart muscles
- Potassium; 99mg – Stabilizes electrolytes
Black Cohosh, Cayenne, Cinchona (rhythm disorders), Cramp Bark (relaxes heart muscles), Hawthorn Berries (all types of heart problems), Horsetail, Lily of the Valley (natural digitalis), Melissa, Mistletoe, Motherwort, Rosemary
Sending you all love and kisses. #GoddessLove