To improve heart health, the first steps of course would be to go off caffeine and to kill parasites and bacteria. This alone could drop the pulse from 120 to 80 in a few days. Obviously, the need for a drug is gone. Cut the drug dosage in half immediately. Don’t wait for a doctor’s appointment to O. K. it. If you waited another day the pulse could be below 60.
Many common bacteria, especially Staphylococcus aureus, choose the heart as their favorite location. Their nesting place, though, will be under a missing tooth in the jaw (cavitation). Heartworm and Loa loa are two very common heart parasites. You can have all these killed in a day, without side effects and your heart is once more free to beat regularly. Don’t take a chance on over-medicating. As soon as the beat is regular and under 100 per minute, reduce your heart drugs. Stop them when you are regular and under 80. Fatigue will leave and the brain will work better.
Raising potassium levels slows the pulse. Try to do this with diet by eating more potassium rich food and by conserving on potassium losses. The adrenals are in control of losses. Give them a thorough cleaning. The adrenals are situated right on top of the kidneys where all toxic things are being excreted. Being this near to the urinary tract will result in shared toxins. Urinary tract bacteria, small kidney stones, moldy foods and metal from dentalware are the chief offenders. switch to composite tooth fillings. Use non-metal jewelry. Cook and eat with non-metal ware. Don’t handle metal unconsciously throughout the day. Aluminum objects that must be touched should be wrapped in masking tape: this includes walker, shower door, bathroom supports.
Door knobs, taped walker handles, and cane handles should be wiped daily with a grain alcohol solution.
Treat the adrenal glands to 5 supplements
1. Vitamin C: shake some into all foods that can absorb a bit of the sour taste, even cooked cereal and vinegar water.
2. Pantothenic acid: 500 mg., one daily.
3. B6: 250-500 mg. daily.
4. Folic acid: 800 mcg. daily.
5. B2: 150 mg. daily. These are minimum dosages.
If no capsules or tablets can be swallowed put a three day supply in a heavy plastic bag. Pound with a hammer; then roll finer with a big glass jar. Use about 1/3 of the mix each day. If you are trying to do all this in a nursing home, feed it to your loved one while visiting. Put the powder mix in a plastic (not styrofoam) cup, add honey and stir until you get a paste. Feed the paste directly by spoon. often the elderly prefer it this way in order not to bother with pill taking at meal time. Remind them it will turn the urine yellow.
When the brain problems are corrected for an elderly person, be sure to relate the improvement to him or her. Improvements should not be dismissed lightly. Keep notes. This encourages the elderly, letting them know their existence and quality of life is important to you. Improvements are not merely steps to yet further improvements. Enjoy each bit of progress; it is often too subtle for your loved one to notice even when it is glaringly obvious to you. Before and after a chelation treatment can show a dramatic change in mood, energy, appetite and communication ability, yet get no comment from your loved one. Point it out explicitly so your loved one can look forward to it, too.
Aging is no fun. The elderly long for a brisk gait, laughter, and a picnic at a park again. They dwell on dying, though, because they know it isn’t far away and wonder what to do about it. They dare not talk about it because it is too painful a subject for the loved ones. And the immediate problems are too pressing to allow much contemplation of future problems. Talk about aging in its positive aspects. Let your loved one express feelings about it.
plagues most elderly persons. It begins to plague women much earlier—after childbirth, for instance. Surgically shortening the bands that hold the bladder in position (called bladder “lifting”) can give temporary relief, but the surgeon may be the first to tell you that it is a temporary fix. Still, it is so shocking not to be able to run a few steps or sneeze or cough without wetting the underwear, that anything seems better than doing nothing. surgeons will tell you that the bands have been “overstretched.”
The real reason why nothing, not even surgery, is permanent is that the support bands are weak. Bacterial invasion causes most of this weakness. Low potassium levels (due to excess potassium losses by the adrenals) causes more weakness. When you kill bacteria (and Schistosomes and Ascaris and other parasites that bring in bacteria) and blood potassium levels go up, the problem is solved. Overnight you may throw those pads away. Even though you needed three pads to be “safe” you will not need any. Whether you have killed bacteria permanently determines whether you have permanently cured the condition. Make sure all dairy foods are absolutely sterile. Ask that the milk be boiled for ten seconds and other foods that can’t be sterilized are not on the menu, like sour cream. sour cream has too much tyramine to be safe. Tyramine is a bacterial by product that is quite toxic; it is rather high in aged cheese, also. With the food bacteria, Salmonellas and Shigella, out of the way and parasites being killed regularly, you can focus attention on the adrenals which control potassium levels.
Be careful not to rave about the foods that your loved one cannot eat.
Eating more potassium in food is a good nutrition project. Bananas are the top choice. Fresh fruit salad and baked potatoes and soup also provides a lot. Mixing potassium salt with regular salt, half and half, for the shaker is another easy trick, even if you only use it in cooking where the taste cannot be detected. Potassium by prescription is often used by clinicians to conserve body potassium during diuretic use. This need not be stopped (if the pills are not polluted) although taking potassium pills is less useful than salting it in because the adrenals will let any big dose escape anyway. A sign of too much potassium is a slow pulse.
It may be necessary to wear some kind of incontinence underwear. Try to avoid them at night, though, so the skin can breathe freely. Bring a commode near the bed for the night, rather than diapering your loved one (but don’t call them diapers; say “underwear”). Absorbent pants of all kinds are heavily chemicalized. This is absorbed by the skin and adds to the toxin level. Less will be absorbed if you powder the skin with cornstarch first. Use them minimally and line them with tissue or paper towel. Chair and bed pads, too, are chemicalized. Don’t sit on them with bare skin. To facilitate getting to the commode quickly in the night, dress the elderly in a short night shirt, no pajamas or long gown. Bed socks on the feet help with warmth.
Wash the body parts daily, around the urinary and rectal outlet, using borax water. Follow with 5% grain alcohol. Put washcloth in laundry after a single use. Nothing, not even brain improvement, impresses and encourages an elderly person as much as seeing the incontinence lessen. This bit of progress will put him or her solidly on your side. When they believe in you, it makes your task more rewarding. Remember to enjoy and celebrate your achievements together; don’t make a grim business out of it.