|Submit Date:||14 Jul 2006|
|Browse Category:||blood pressure ...high|
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|Remedy Source:||Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, pp 111-112|
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Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New
York, p 111
Blood pressure (high)
Excessive pressure of blood against the walls of blood vessels, owing
primarily to diets of denatured and overcooked foods, which deposit
inorganic minerals and cholesterol against walls of blood vessels, narrow-
ing and hardening them and raising blood pressure; also caused by excess
retention of toxic by-products of protein putrefaction in the digestive
tract and liver.
Carrot, celery, parsley, spinach juice: same benefits and usage as for
arterio-sclerosis, which is usually accompanied by high blood pressure.
Spinach: raw spinach corrects pH imbalance in the digestive tract and
bloodstream, thus eliminating a major source of the toxic wastes that
leave deposits in blood vessels and raise blood pressure.
Beet and carrot juice: same effects and usage as for arteriosclerosis.
Molasses: builds and balances the bloodstream, eliminating toxic con-
ditions that lead to high blood pressure; 2 tbsp in cup of warm
water, twice daily.
Other beneficial foods: raw garlic; wheat germ oil; wheat germ; pecans;
sunflower seeds; raw tomatoes; seaweed (kelp); lecithin.
Foods to avoid: refined starch and sugar; pasteurized milk; fatty meats;
salt and salt-preserved foods; alcohol; stimulating spices such as hot pep-
pers, curry, mustard.