Heart Attacks No More.
I am old enough to have seen this happen several times, man 65 yrs old
graps chest and just happens to fall on the couch nearby and starts
yelling, his wife immediately runs to the kitchen and gets a teaspoon
of cayenne and a coffee cup of very warm water, put the teaspoon of
cayenne in the cup and stirs, immediately taken it over to where her
husband is sitting, he drinks it completely without question, 10
heart attack stopped. It is what you don\'t know that can kill you. learn the natural way of herbs-save a life.
Cayenne thins the blood without any side effects. Most of my
friends carry cayenne with them at all times just in case. Much
hospital and ambulance..
Stop a Heart Attack in 30 Seconds
Can an ordinary cooking condiment used in cooking spicy,
hot dishes really stop a heart attack or stroke? These doctors say it
can. Cayenne pepper (also called capsicum frutescens) is a red, hot
chili pepper used primarily for flavoring dishes, but it has also been
used for medical purposes for centuries. This stimulating herb has been
widely used all over the world to treat a variety of health conditions,
including heart disease, poor circulation, weak digestion, chronic
pain, sore throat, headaches and toothache, among others.
Cayenne pepper derives its medicinal properties from a resin-like substance
known as capsaicin. Capsaicin is an ingredient that has thermogenic
properties, that is, it increases body temperature and is the greatest blood
circulation stimulant known. It doesn’t cause palpitations,
hyperactivity or an increase in blood pressure that most other stimulants
cause. It also provides temporary relief of pain, which is why it is used in
pain-reducing topical preparations such as Capsazin-P, Zostrix-HP, Dolorac,
R-Gel and others.
Cayenne has steadily gained the reputation of being a wonder herb over the
past few decades. Dr. Richard Schulze, a notable medical herbalist and
naturopath, stated, “If you master only one herb in your life, master
cayenne pepper. It is more powerful than any other.”
Perhaps the most important recognition that cayenne has gained in recent
years has been its ability to stop a heart attack or stroke. Dr. Richard
Anderson, author of “Cleanse & Purify Thyself,” reported that
one of his fellow doctors rushed out into the parking lot to attend to a man
who had died of a heart attack while parking his car. The doctor put cayenne
tincture into the mouth of the man, and within a few minutes, the man’s
heart started beating again.
According to Dr. John Christopher, pioneer of herbal medicine, “In 35
years of practice, and working with the people and teaching, I 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.”
Cayenne has been shown to stop heart attacks in as little as 30 seconds.
Perhaps the most well-known anecdotal evidence of this involved a 90-year-old
man in Oregon who had a massive heart attack. When the medics arrived at his
home, he was pronounced dead. His daughter was able to administer cayenne
extract into his mouth, and within a few minutes, he regained consciousness.
Thereafter, he was rushed to the hospital, and while he was in a
semi-conscious state, his daughter continued giving him the cayenne extract.
By the time they arrived at the hospital, he had fully recovered and insisted
that he be taken home so that he could mow his lawn! When the doctor asked
the daughter what she had given him, and she told him it was cayenne, the
doctor declared it was the closest thing to a miracle he had ever seen.
The capsaicin in cayenne pepper is unrivalled in its ability to boost
circulation and increase heart action.
It has a mechanism of action that has the extraordinary ability to enhance
cardiovascular performance while actually lowering blood pressure.
has an energizing effect on the entire cardiovascular system.
Dr. Anderson believes that cayenne greatly strengthens the heart and could
possibly even prevent heart attacks. He routinely carries capsules of cayenne
with him in the car and whenever he goes hiking, mountain climbing or
backpacking. “You never know when you may find someone having a heart
attack,” he says.
Other doctors, however, insist that cayenne capsules are not as effective as
cayenne tinctures or cayenne powder in emergency situations, such as in the
event of a heart attack or stroke. If a heart attack or stroke should occur
and the person is conscious, it is suggested that 5 to 10 droppersfull of cayenne
pepper tincture (or 1 teaspoon of cayenne powder in a glass of hot water) be
administered into the mouth, and repeated every 15 minutes until the crisis
Disclaimer: The information in this report is based upon research conducted
by the author, unless otherwise noted. This information is not intended to
replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional
and is not intended as medical advice. It is intended as a sharing of
knowledge and information from the research and experience of the author. The
author encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your
research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional.
Article by Madison Cavanaugh