Natural cure for hypertension Part 1

Posted by Mary Anne Tolentino | 5:54 AM | | 0 comments »

I would like to share a presentation of Jaime Dy Liaco, Doctor of Metabolic Medicine, during the Power of Natural Healing conference last month.

Mr. Dy Liaco shared how easy it is to normalize hypertension naturally. He said that a woman called one night at 10pm and said, “I must see you right away, it’s a matter of life and death. My head is aching terribly because my BP is 240/140, even though I'm taking 2 hypertensive drugs.” When she came, muscle testing found she was severely dehydrated and very deficient in potassium. Her water content was only 6%. Normal is an average 75% for the body, 80% for the natural arterial walls, 94% for the blood. Her salt content was zero. Without salt the body cannot retain water and will always be dehydrated. Her potassium was 80% deficient.

She immediately ate 1/2 teaspoon of rock salt, 1 raw saba variety banana and drank 3 8-oz glasses of mineral water. Within 5 minutes the pain in the head was gone. Her BP had dropped to 115/75.

This is not a miracle. It is just plain common sense. When the arteries are dehyrdated, they will not flex when blood is pumped through them. So BP goes up. When the blood is dehydrated, it becomes thick, sluggish, and not free-flowing, forcing the heart to pump stronger to make the blood flow, so BP also goes up. The thickenedd blood causes blood suppply deficiencies to the brain, causing pain the head. But worse, when the blood is too dehydrated, blood clots can form causing heart attaches and strokes.

So the natural remedy is simple. Keep yourself free of dehydration at all times. Always look at the color of your urine. If it is yellow you are dehydrated. Drink a glass of water right away. Keep your urine color as clear as water throughout the day. IN the hot climates of the Philippines, a healthy person without ailments needs 10 8-oz glasses of mineral water daily to keep his water content at normal levels. But a person with high blood pressure is chronically dehydrated, and will need 15 8-0z glasses of mineral water and 2.5 teaspoons of rock salt daily.

Originally written Jan 2, 2009

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