Simple LIFE-SAVING Skill: How to Stop a Heart Attack in Just 60 Seconds?!

According to the latest statistics, there are more than 1 million death cases per 1 year in United States, which are caused by Cardiovascular diseases and Coronary artery disease – CAD! The experts warn that heart attacks are the most common cardiovascular disease. Heart attack usually happens when there isn’t any blood flowing to certain parts of your heart and the most common cause is artery blockage or plaque. The plaque is built-up inside the arteries and it creates a blood clot which can block the blood flow.  UNFORTUNATELY, the cardiovascular diseases come with no warning, or, at least that is what we believe. Heart attacks have several common symptoms, but most people are not aware of them! This means that you should be very careful, because if you don’t treat this disease on time – it can be deadly. In this article we’re going to show you how to stop a heart attack in just 60 seconds. This simple trick might just save your life one day. Ladies and gentlemen, I really think that you’ll be amazed when we tell you that you just need 1 simple ingredient for this method.

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The MILLION-DOLLAR question – what’s the name of this secret ingredient?! Well, that’s easy to answer! We’re talking about the super healthy cayenne pepper! You should always have some cayenne pepper in your kitchen cabinet, because you never know when you might need one!

Did you know that the famous herbalist, Dr. Christopher, has never lost a patient to a heart attack in his 35-year career. And his method is very simple, but extremely effective! Dr. Christopher just gives a cup of cayenne pepper tea (1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper mixed in a cup of water) to patients who are still conscious.  This theory is scientifically proven from personal experience. How this works – well, Dr. Christopher says that the main reason why Cayenne pepper helps with heart attack is because it has at least 90,000 Scoville units, according to the Scoville Heat Units (SHU). This also includes Habanero, Thai Chi, African Bird, Jalapeño, Jamaican Hot Pepper, and Scotch Bonnet. A combination of a teaspoon of cayenne pepper and a glass of water can be given to patients who have had a heart attack, but are still conscious and breathing.

And remember – if the person is unconscious, you have to put a few drops of cayenne pepper extract under the patient’s tongue. This method will increase the heart rate and it will boost the blood circulation. This super healthy spice also has hemostatic effect, stops bleeding, and helps in heart recovery. NOTE: use cayenne pepper and not hot pepper.

You’ll need the following ingredients:

  • Cayenne pepper powder
  • a few fresh cayenne peppers
  • 50% alcohol (you can use vodka)
  • glass bottle (1 liter)
  • Gloves

Directions:

Just follow the simple instructions – put on your gloves, because cayenne pepper is pretty hot. First, you need to fill ¼ of the glass bottle with cayenne pepper powder and put enough alcohol to cover the powder. Then, you need to blend a few fresh cayenne peppers and add enough alcohol so it gets a sauce-like texture. Now, pour this mixture to the bottle which should now be ¾ full. Fill the bottle to the top with alcohol and close it well. Make sure you shake it a few times during the day. Leave this mixture for 28 – 29 days and strain it using a gauze. Keep this mixture in a dark bottle. But, if you want to have a very strong tincture, you should strain it after 3 months.

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Consumption:

Give 5-10 drops of this remedy to a conscious patient who has suffered a heart attack or a stroke. Add another 5-10 drops in 5 minutes. Repeat this treatment until the patient’s condition improves. But, if the patient is unconscious, put 1-3 drops under his tongue, and start a CPR. Repeat the treatment every 5 minutes until the patient’s condition improves.

Sources and References included in this article – Healthy Life Tricks

2017-03-28T19:30:51+00:00