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Angina

Angina is chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the heart muscles. It's not usually life threatening, but it's a warning sign that you could be at risk of a heart attack or stroke. With treatment and healthy lifestyle changes, it's possible to control angina and reduce the risk of it developing into a heart attack or stroke. Because it takes an array of vitamins and minerals it is recommended that the following cellular nutrients are used.

Vitacor Plus TM  and Arteriforte TM . These two nutrient combinations will repair and unblock the arteries and reverse the effects of the disease. Please also use organically produced foods as the herbicides and pesticides in factory farmed goods will starve the body of vital nutrients. Add to this the need for vitamin D from sun exposure but, do not burn your skin and only use sunscreens after the skin has been exposed for a while otherwise the body cannot produce vitamin D.

 

Colds and Flu

Liquorice - Being both anti-inflammatory and anti-viral, liquorice may be one of the best remedies for colds. It may slow down the spread of the virus and alleviate cold symptoms. Take the liquorice at the first sign of a cold such as a sore throat or that tingling feeling at the back of the nose.

Ginger -  Chew on the ginger at the first sign of the cold and hold it in the mouth for as long as possible. Few viruses can survive in a ginger environment. Along with liquorice it is a first line treatment.

Elderberry -  Elderberry contains zinc and antioxidants, including vitamin C and anthocyanin (a flavonoid found in blue and purple fruits and berries), known for its ability to boost the immune function.


Cold Sores

Cornstarch - Mix cornstarch with a little bit of water to make a paste. Dab it on the blisters a few times a day to neutralize the pH, soothe the pain and reduce inflammation.

Aloe Vera - Apply aloe vera gel regularly on your cold sores to soothe the sensitive and blistered skin. The gel may protect the sores from coming into contact with other bacteria.

Earl Grey Tea - Earl Grey tea may help stop the emergence of cold sores once the tingling sensation starts. This is due to the bergamot oil and tannins the tea leaves contain. You can also use it to ease swelling during its onset. Soak a tea bag in hot water. Wring out the excess water and apply the warm tea bag on your sores for about 20 minutes.

Liquorice - Being both anti-inflammatory and anti-viral, licorice may be one of the best remedies for cold sores. It may slow down the spread of the virus and alleviate cold sore symptoms. Mix licorice powder with a bit of petroleum jelly. Apply the paste on the cold sores and leave it on for a few hours or overnight.

Hydrogen peroxide - The antibacterial and antiseptic properties of hydrogen peroxide may help speed up healing by protecting the open sores from other infections. Mix equal amounts of hydrogen peroxide with clean water. You can apply the mixture to the sores or swish it around your mouth.

Lemon balm - Applying lemon balm on the blisters may help ease inflammation and swelling, and assist in preventing recurrence.


Insulin Resistance - How to reduce your insulin resistance naturally.

Berberine - has been shown to be very effective in lowering insulin resistance.

Sleep - get your full 7 to 8 hours of sleep and take the necessary steps to ensure this. Keeping out all light from the bedroom, keeping the temperature of the bedroom at the low side of comfortable, keeping mobile phones out of the bedroom and keeping noise levels down. More than 8 hours of sleep can be as bad as getting less than 7 hours sleep. Sleep is the main regulator of hormones.

Muscle - building muscle increases the number of insulin receptors and so decreases your insulin resistance.

Diet - follow a low carbohydrate high fat diet (ketogenic diet). The easiest one to follow is the 4+4+12 diet especially if you can extend the 12 hour phase to more than 12 hours.


Sleep and Stress - These two go hand in hand.

Ashwagandha - Ayurveda’s Flagship Herb. Regular exercise, meditation, yoga, and emotional freedom techniques (EFT) are all tools to be recommended but, sometimes a little more is needed. In a double-blind study of  adults, one group received 300 mg of ashwagandha root extract twice a day for 60 days. The other group received a placebo. The ashwagandha group experienced numerous benefits, compared to the placebo group such as lower levels of cortisol, they scored lower on tests measuring stress, anxiety, and overall well-being (the lower the score, the less stressful effects),  reported feeling more relaxed and mentally calm, slept better, felt better physically and emotionally, and enjoyed improved interactions with others and reported a “tremendous” improvement in quality of life.