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Angina: foods to eat and avoid

Reference #: 794
Submit Date: 14 Jul 2006
Browse Category: angina
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Treatment used: food
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Country of Remedy: USA
Remedy Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, p 110
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Remedy Description

Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New

York, p 109

Angina pectoris

Painful contractions and cramps in the valves and muscles of the heart

and/or pericardium, due primarily to polluted blood, and sometimes to

excess pressure from gas in the colon.

Carrot, celery, parsley, spinach juice: this potent potassium-rich blend

quickly detoxifies and alkalizes the bloodstream, thereby correcting a

major cause of angina pectoris; builds strong blood to nourish the heart

muscles; 8 oz/4 oz/2 oz/4 oz, 1 pint daily.

Garlic: raw garlic consumed daily in sufficient quantities has been shown

to eliminate the acute pain of angina pectoris within 5 days; it cleanses

the blood, removes sticky deposits in blood vessels, and thus enhances

the quality and quantity of blood supplied to the heart; 6-8 cloves daily

(minced into salad dressings, or crushed and put into gelatin capsules

for swallowing).

Black fungus: also called 'Tree Ears' because it grows from the bark of

trees, this Chinese delicacy contains active elements that remove deposits

from the walls of blood vessels, thus enhancing the supply of blood to

the heart and other tissues.

Wheat germ oil: according to research of nutritional therapist Dr Marsh

Morrison, 1 tsp of wheat germ oil per day provides about as much

oxygen to the heart as an oxygen tent, thus relieving spasms and

cramps in heart muscles and valves.

Other beneficial foods: raw spinach; wheat germ; lecithin; pecans; active

yeast (in warm water, on empty stomach); sunflower seeds; raw egg


Foods to avoid: refined starch and sugar, especially white flour;

pasteurized milk and dairy products; cooked eggs and meat.

This remedy can also be used for:

Angina pectoris

Comment: THANK YOU

Submit Date: 14 May 2011
Email Address: jacquiseddon@hotmail.co.uk
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thank you thank you thank you all you say about food and what you should eat i

had been told before for healthy eating only and i do... ish , but my lovely

husband has angina that seems to run in his family . so from now on it has been

confirmed that we will both be stinking of garlic every day xxx and green poo,s :)