Re: I think my 76 yr old dad has a head tape worm. Tests?R by megan 7y
hi jessesmom....I’ve been thinking of his symptoms and possible causes, these parasites can just freak you out wondering how extensive something may be.
the blood pressure spike can happen with parasite cleansing, it’s happened to me. my pressure went way up, 160/100, usually I’m under 110/70. I don’t know how his other symptoms of visual problem and headache fit in with this, if it’s part of the same cause, or something else, you’ll know more once he gets it checked out.
the possibility of tapeworm in the head, I think if there are any parasites right inside the brain, they’d have t ...
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Re: Rapid Heart Rate
by Hveragerthi 5y
I completely agree it has to do with epinephrine and my adrenals, possibly the vagus nerve as well. When I push that area at the bottom of the rib cage down, it stops the anxiety. I read about a hernia there that when pushed down, stops the symptoms. Would the heat have aggravated that if I have one?
The only way is if you are swallowing air or if there is fermentation in the stomach. Then the heat would expand more creating more pressure in the stomach.
My blood pressure has been up and down, this morning,99/57, pulse 94 and then anywhere in betwen that and 112/78 this eveni ...
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Re: Anyone have their blood pressure taken while on MC?
by missy 12y
Funny you should ask. For several years, my husband’s blood pressure had been 170/100. Then, by taking two medications for several months, it came down to only to 140/95 (still above normal). Fifteen days ago, he started the MC. A week into the fast, he ran out of his meds, and didn’t get a chance to refill them. Two days ago he checked his blood pressure for the first time in a while. It was 117/72. It has been consistently normal since that time, and we’ve taken numerous readings.
We are greatly encouraged, because this is the first time his blood pressure has been normal in ye ...
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Blood pressure impact of LF
by #136309 4y
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I have always had normal blood pressure - around 110/70. However, after aggressive parasite cleansing over the last three months, I have had symptoms of proteinuria (slightly foamy urine) for several weeks, and my blood pressure shot up to around 130/90 or higher.
I just completed a liver flush yesterday, and now my proteinuria symptoms are gone and I feel as if my blood pressure is back to normal. (I don’t have anything to measure it, but my pulse is a lot lower - in the 60s resting, and I just feel more normal.)
Is it reasonable to assume that my parasite cleanses c ...
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Here we go - first things first :) Re: Inversion Therapy ...
by unyquity 3y
You can copy/paste the following search strings into Google:
”intraocular pressure”, inversion
”high blood pressure”, inversion
”normal intraocular pressure”
”elevates intraocular pressure”
”raises intraocular pressure”
(the last two phrases obviously have *something* before them. it’s the *something* that we’re wanting to find out - so we search on the partial phrase that will be on many sites and google will match our phrase, and we’ll learn what the *somethings* are)
...and see what you find. There’s bound to be all KINDS of conflicting information.
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Re: Problems after headstand! Help!
by Larryb 8y
When I was younger and doing the headstand regularly I noticed the same thing with the red dots on the skin, occasional broken bloodvessels in the eyes etc. It never caused any problems and I just took it as a side effect of ever longer headstand sessions.
As for the pressure in the head, of course that’s normal especially in the beginning. You get blood rushing to the head in ways it hasn’t before - but the pressure should decrease over time. If all of a sudden during regular and routing headstand practice it starts increasing for no appearent reason, I would also suspect high blood ...
--answer--Correction--Nothing helps ..
by moreless 6y
Your question: May I at least know why I’m testing for this? It seems like this sort of thing would take quite a while to determine, especially considering I don’t in fact have anything to test it with at the moment =(
But one thing I’m curious about though, doesn’t higher blood pressure mean a rise in sodium? Wouldn’t this be a good thing then? Or are there other things that cause this?
Answer; You are the one Seeking Help in Healing and I have not been able to get thru to you with what I have already shared?
Thus if you want to continue to Live and have any Ho ...
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Re: Pulse Rate
by Hveragerthi 5y
Ok when I stand up my pulse rate jumps up to over 110 and I feel light headed! thats over 40 beats more per minute! I’ve ordered an adrenal saliva test as my fatigue is worsening, I’m craving salt and my blood pressure/pulse is changing.
Your adrenals are also shot. What you are describing is called orthostatic hypotension:
The pulse rate increases to compensate for the sever drop in blood pressure. Just like when a medic comes across a trauma victim. One of the primary reasons for checking their pulse and blood pressure is to ...
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by moreless 6y
Excess Acidity may come from Carbon Dioxide released from the foods we eat?
Carbon Dioxide may form Carbonic Acid !
Mosquitoes may Bite us because of this excess Carbon Dioxide?
Eating lots of Nuts, Seeds, Grain, Fats, Oils and Sweetners may increase the Carbon Dioxide release in our body?
Too much Carbon Dioxide may Displace our Oxygen, which may Cause our Lymphatic Fluids to become too Acidic !
The Lack of Oxygen to our Brain may Cause the Lack of Sugars to our Brain?
The Lack of Natural Sugars to our Brain may Cause us to have Brain Fog, become Di ...
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Hot Chocolate (5 Cups)..hi bld pressure and
by tomato 7y
Could hot cocoa be the next ”wonder drug”
for high blood pressure? Harvard researchers praise stunningly simple discovery!According to recent estimates, nearly 1-in-3 American adults has high blood pressure. But for the Kuna Indians living on a group of islands off the Caribbean coast of Panama, hypertension doesn’t even exist. In fact, after age 60, the average blood pressure for Kuna Indian islanders is a perfect 110/70.
Is it because they eat less salt? No. Kuna Indians eat as much, if not more salt, than people in the U.S.
Is it due to thei ...
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Re: Newport's chloride adrenal healer
by Newport 32mo
You are reading that wrong.
The Miracle Mix was used to help fatiqued Adrenals along. If you read Hulda’s books you will understand that Adrenals can fatique to the point of not being able to hold onto electrolites.
The Miracle Adrenal Mix sipped throughout the day fixes that. Also supplies the Chloride for Bromide detox.
I have no idea about drug interaction but the first thing I would do is take Mag Malate and NO OTHER MAG for cramps.
As for drinking coffee solving the problem. This is an important observation. Those with a hot spleen (TCM) will benefit by drinking coffee which ...
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Re: Blood Pressure and Coffee Enemas
by propaul 7y
Hi Carl, I can’t remember what book it was on controlling heart diseases, I did read about diet, fast and bowel cleansing to control blood pressure. I also remember the recommendation on taking frequent coffee enemas. My own experience has shown me that coffee enemas are really quite ineffectual in controlling blood pressure. First and foremost is ones diet. It has to be “friendly” towards one’s heart and arteries. Second cholesterol needs to be kept down. I have not managed to avoid completely all heart medication but have a dramatically reduced dosage, really low ...
Re: Andreas is NOTHING compared to Dr.Batmanghelidj
by StarMerchant 5y
To clear up a point that has been made quite a few times, the water and salt are the two most important nutrients in the body. They make up 75% of the tissues, 85% of the brain and 94% of the blood.
When any of you discount the importance of salt, you might want to read this:
Salt is not bad for you. It does not raise the blood pressure. Given in conjunction with other minerals, salt will actually lower blood pressure to normal levels.
Salt can be very effective in stabilizing irregular heartbeats and, contrary to the misconception that it causes high blood pressure (in conjunctio ...
Garlic is natural medicine for treating high blood pressure
by plzchuckle 14mo
(NaturalNews) Garlic is one of the most amazing medicinal herbs on the planet. It has been among my top-recommended healing foods and medicines for years. Most people know garlic as being anti-cancer. Others recognize its ability to naturally lower high cholesterol. But did you know that garlic also helps normalize high blood pressure?
Here, we present a collection of powerful quotes about garlic and high blood pressure, documented in some of the best health books ever written. Enjoy this collection of knowledge!
Garlic vs. high blood pressure
Onions have similar chara ...
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Re: to Zapp
by remi96 9y
From the tons of research I constantly do, your symptoms could be adrenal fatigue as well. It sounds like something not to be taken seriously, but it is. Adrenal fatigue can cause allergic reactions to food, feeling as if passing out ( whihc is horrible by the way), frequent changes in blood pressure, feeling cold and some symptoms some think of as thyroid related. Since they all work together everyhting is very intertwined.
Even something as seemingly unrelated such as my constant dehydration problem and it subsequent horrific symptoms. The adrenal glands control many hormon ...
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by moreless 7y
Your comment: Hi,
I’m currently in a dillema reguarding the ML protocol. For the past week and a half or so I’ve been doing daily bath soaks and drinking the alkalizing drink. So far, as far as urine pH is conserned, it seems to be very effective. My morning urine pH has been 6.5~7pH(aside from the one time I used CH in the bath soak) which I assume is a good sign as it probably is reflecting the alkaline mineral intake from the soaks and drink.
What is troubling me is that since starting the ML remineralising protocol is my apparent downturn in adrenal function. I’ve a ...
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Re: Monday, Day 13 I Fainted
by Happy Camper 12y
I know that whenever I did a water fast that I would get very lightheaded. It wasn’t my blood sugar, because I was monitoring it. But my blood pressure was lower to begin with, and it went even lower during the fast.
I was just wondering since your pressure was high to begin with that your body couldn’t adjust to the lower blood pressure that fast. It was within normal range, but low for you. I know that that happens with diabetics who have had a high blood glucose reading for a long time. Their glucose falls dramatically for them, but is still within normal limits. They can suffer ...
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Re: Does an "Insulin Resistance" diet improve blood press...
by machaon.fl 6y
Re: Does an "Insulin Resistance" diet improve blood pressure? (Originally documented on 5/30/2006)
My heart rhythm problems have significantly improved due to this diet. There are many negative effects of insulin resistance on one’s health including higher blood pressure and increased heart rhythm problems.
Heart rhythm problems and blood pressure problems get worse because of an over-reactive neuro-hormonal system.
I had already made significant and successful changes to my lifestyle and environment, in order to limit the over-activation of ...
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by Hveragerthi 6y
I have been trying to review some of your posts on calcium. I read that you recommend the malate of citrate forms of the mineral. I have calcium citrate and want to start taking it. I had been reading all the craze on how magnesium is the greatest thing since sliced bread and had been taking magnesium malate, magnesium chloride, magnesium sulfate, as well as epsom salt baths pretty frequently. I know I can acquire alot of calcium from foods, but was wondering if maybe too much magnesium was contributing to my low blood pressure problem. I know that the adrenals are also related to lo ...
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1st LF Success: Monitored Blood Pressure
by #43127 10y
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A Bit of History:
The other day, I went to the emergency hospital because my heartbeat was high – 122 - and blood pressure was about 145/72. The doctor informed me that I lacked potassium and made me drink the supplement. In the next day or so, my heartbeat went up again and went to see my regular doctor and insisted that he give me a potassium supplement. However, he told me that lab results showed a normal potassium level. So this bothered me not to mention the general state of weakness I was in brought about by acid reflux, bloating, digestion problem, “cooked” or “eaten” muscles ( ...
Forum:Liver Flush Support www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=159436
The problem was not with supplements ... the problem was ...
by White Shark 8y
The problem was not with supplements.
If you make claims like:
”This product cures diabetes/anemia/high blood pressure”
”This product prevents diabetes/anemia/high blood pressure”
”This product treats diabetes/anemia/high blood pressure”
And you have no data: ”Randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled trials”
to prove effectiveness, data published in peer-reviewed journals ... you should not make the claims.
Why should they be allowed to make a claims ... but the rest of us have to follow the law and sell our products without similar claims?
It is FDA that approves ...
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Re: IAHP Website
by hopinso 11y
Interesting site, although much of what I was most interested in was still under construction. One thing I noticed in its advice to those supervising fasts was to monitor blood pressure and pulse daily. Do you think this practice would help those who do unsupervised fasts monitor their own health and spot potential danger zones? In my fasting experience I always had a drop in blood pressure about days three to five. Although last spring my BP rose alarmingly on day three. I think a radical change in blood pressure would be a signal that the fast should be shortened or at least amended to j ...
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Re: Anyone experience gout type detox symptoms?
by #58606 8y
One of my symptoms was joint pain too, and the problem was adrenal crash.
Salt & water/vitc/selenium did absolutely nothing to relieve it, and I still had it after days/weeks of stopping Lugol’s. Have you stopped taking the Lugol’s ? The
symptoms should go away.. Not saying that you have this, but you might want to check it out. If it IS that, you don’t want it to get worse, it is very horrible and scary.
Something you can try yourself (and relatively inexpensive)is liquorice tea and astragalus/echineacea/reishi mushroom tincture (immune). These should make you feel better over a co ...
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Re: Starting an extended water fast today!
by thinker2012 3y
Sometimes, fasting is a private thing. Sometimes I do and other times I don’t discuss fasting until I am finished with the fast.
Other times it is great to have a fasting buddy for moral support.
While fasting it helps me to just totally forget about food, refocus, and get buzy with everything else under the sun that I like to do and must do.
I always make sure to have plenty of ice and cold water around as I live in a warm climate. And some back up ’break my fast foods.’ For me fresh fruits are best to break a water fast. Taking a quick shower always refreshes me and cl ...
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that is just plain silly
by Tizona 5y
sometimes I think certain things get said and then repeated and then they just are accepted as fact without anybody actually doing any research or investigation
Your statement is just plain silly
Here is one study which shows that acetic acid lowers blood pressure and has no negative effects on all. I’m sure there’s many others if you wanted to look
Antihypertensive Effects of Acetic Acid and Vinegar on Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats
Shino KONDO1), Kenji TAYAMA1), Yoshinori TSUKAMOTO1), Katsumi IKEDA2) and Yukio YAMORI2)
1) Central Research Institute, Mitsukan Group Cor ...
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blood pressure high!!!! :(
by hatemirena11 4y
So for the past week which was the last time I got any(sorry if thats too much info but God I miss Sex!) I have had high blood pressure and don’t know whats going on! Was on Celexa which for the first few weeks and a half felt like it was working but I was still having anxiety and thats my worst problem but now I have high blood pressure plus the whooshing in my ears which happened way before the high blood pressure which means i have had the whooshing for a total of 5 months now and its annoying. My doctor who I love switched me to Prozac which should help with some weight loss which woul ...
Day31WF: Blood Pressure Q and trying to decide when to end
by #83873 7y
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Day 31 I am still detoxing by the outbreaks I am having on the skin. I do not feel hungry, but I find I a thirsty at times. On average drinking about 4 -6 cup of water.
I measured my blood pressure on day 30 . It was 126/88 pulse 90 and was a bit disappointed as according to Dr. Fuhrman the blood pressure drops and it did drop to 108/70 last time.
Pulse seems high too. Any thoughts on this. Tongue is still coated, no true cravings for wholesome food. I feel a little nauseated but had some reflux for last couple of days and figured it had to do with that. That feeling I had mu ...
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Re: Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoporosis Treatment
by Sentient 3y
Thank you for your response.
I believe that she is taking the Enebrel in lieu of the steroids. She is not taking any other shots nor am I aware of her taking anything to lower her blood pressure beyond what I have listed. I will look at your past posts to try to find something to assist with stabalizing her blood pressure.
I have already notified her to reduce her caffine intake and to the best of my knowledge she has stopped drinking coffee and caffinated teas.
Is there anything you could recommend for assisting with sleep? She attributes the sleeplessness t ...
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BLOOD PRESSURE LOWERED DRAMATICALLY WITH OLIVE LEAF EXTRA...
by Nan 12y
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Hi to anyone who wants to lower their blood pressure and gain other benefits as well. Just search the internet using Olive Leaf Extract and read about its benefits. My husband was put on blood pressure prescription drugs which had awful side effects. I searched for something natural to help him after he threw away the other prescribed pills. He only took the olive leaf extract capsules for a few days before seeing his doctor for a blood pressure test. When he asked for his blood pressure reading it was 130/60 ’How is it Doc?’ he asked. ’Damn side better than mine,’ was his reply. We are s ...
High blood pressure (hypertension) and Master Cleanse
by EllieMay 11y
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I have been diagnosed with very high blood pressure. The doctor prescribed Lisinopril (she didn’t even suggest I change my diet, but DID suggest I quit drinking beer). I told her I did NOT want to take any drugs. She said I don’t want high blood pressure either... true... I haven’t started taking the drug yet, and I don’t want to. I go back in a week to get rechecked. I’d like to hear from anyone who has brought their blood pressure down with the Master Cleanse. I know it’s mentioned in the book, but that was cured with a 21 day distilled water fast. I’d like to know if I’m likely ...
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Re: Dr. Schulze, lowering blood pressure
by knowledge seeker 24mo
Also become a vegan..this will greatly help.
go to torrentz.eu and download the film forks over knives
here is what Schulzre rcomends (see hypertension at bottom)
Also I have this and did some research and this is what I found help blood pressure (now I need to do it lol)
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
exercise (walking in the pool)
cinnamon evening primrose oil caps --2 a day
fruits berries veggies
avoid -sugar fructose
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Re: blood tests results
by Hveragerthi 5y
What do you recommend (supplements/herbs)?
I tried coleus forskholii several times (read many good things about it, elevating cAMP) but it made me dizzy, like if my blood pressure went down, each time.
Yes, coleus forskohlii has effects similar to cardiac glycosides like digoxin slowing and strengthening the heart and lowering blood pressure. Much safer though.
Ashwagandha make me feel very great, I like it and I’m taking it 2 or 3 times a day. Very relaxing.
I’m also taking magnesium malate 2 times a day with meals,
Magnesium also lowers blood pressure. &nbs ...
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Re: cayenne pepper
by -2tuff- 10y
You do not need Cayenne Pepper to lower blood pressure! You have to be careful with products which claim and actually lower blood pressure at all. You see high blood pressure is the defense of the body a counter measure so the speak. The problem is your subclinically dehydrated and you need to make sure you take only water as a daily drink and the occassional orange just put only 1-2 glasses max of that. You also MUST balance the higher and proper water ratio with Himalayan Salt to a ratio of 1/4 tsp (1250mg) for every 1 litre of water taken. Now if you use anything which helps drop t ...
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Re: Day31WF: Blood Pressure Q and trying to decide when t...
by chrisb1 7y
I think it was a wise decision that you ended your fast on the 32nd day.
It is unfortunate that you have not been able to have your electrolyte balance & levels measured by your Doctor, as this would probably reveal the real cause of your increased BP during your fast.
The experience of the majority of fasting supervisors report that fasting will normally correct high blood pressure without drugs. It will also normalize blood pressure in the vast majority of cases; the blood pressure will usually remain low after the fast as well, if that person follows a health-suppor ...
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by Hveragerthi 5y
Hi. Hv. I have been reading about neurotransmitters, and I know that one can take tyrosine to help with alertness. However, I have also read that tyrosine can affect blood pressure. Is that a real concern, and are there other safe ways to stabilize neurotransmitters with diet or exercise? thanks so much. ab
Tyrosine has a regulatory effect on blood pressure. It can raise low blood pressure and lower high blood pressure.
Trimethylglycine (TMG) being a methyl donor helps with the production of all the neurotransmitters.
Routine heavy exercise will raise dopamine le ...
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Re: Mukta Vati
by #180590 14mo
I had been battling elevated blood pressure (got as high as 150/100) for a few years. I did not check it for some time. Then back in September I checked it and found it was 185/115; Scary high. I checked it over the course of a week on my device at home and also at the drug store. The readings were accurate.
In doing research, I came across mukta vati and resperate and decided to try both of them. After a month of resperate and about 2 weeks of Mukta Vati, I took my blood pressure again. It was mid 150s over mid 90s; an improvement for sure, but not really good enough. I ...
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by moxaman 22mo
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This is to let everyone know that you can cure yourself from hypertension permanently and easily with acupuncture. Specifically ear acupuncture. I suffered from high blood pressure for over 30 years and my cardiologist wanted me to take medication for it. I took one pill and felt absolutely horrible for a day. That was it... no more meds for me. My BP was averaging about 150/85, sometimes as high as 190/100 and at best was 140/80. I began to feel symptoms such as anxiety, shaky or jittery feelings, occasional headaches and insomnia. I got treated with acupuncture in my ear using the ...
Re: Blood pressure going up on colon cleanse
by Tracey 12y
Is your husband particularly stressed or anxious or worried about something right now? Does he have questions about the cleanse? Is he into it?
I’m just asking because one’s state of mind makes a HUGE difference to blood pressure. Have you ever tried an experiment with it? My girlfriend, my boyfriend and I have all tried it. We start out thinking the way we normally do, as we’re sitting at the machine. My boyfriend’s blood pressure was 137. Then he thought of a pleasant, relaxing situation that made him feel good (sitting on a terrasse in france!) His blood pressure went down to 134. TH ...
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by molly bloom 8y
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Here is some interesting information on the health benefits of Sesame Oil:
”Research into the healing effect of applying sesame oil is beginning to emerge. Those who practise it daily have found that they have less bacterial infection on their skin and that it helps joint problems. This may be related to the linoleic acid that makes up 40% of sesame oil and has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. It stimulates antibody production and enhances immunity. It also has anti-cancer properties and has been shown to ...
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