As we all know, many people die suddenly recently, yet the media and governments are unwilling to discuss why this is happening.

We only have bizarre explanations, which prompted me to write an article about it.

Of course, the producers of the source of the cardiac problems are already creating drugs that will probably cause even more harm. These “drugs” are already present in nature, have extra benefits and no side effects. Perhaps because, as I have suggested, heart disease is caused by something we have.

I’ll present you several herbs that may help the people who have survived a cardiac arrest as well as those who have used the product but regret it and want to avoid future harm. Chronic low-level inflammation has been linked to a variety of health disorders and diseases, including heart disease, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease. Herbs with anti-inflammatory properties may thus be useful in these cases.

Tea extract is the best way to take the herbs. Usually, the dose is noted on the box. If not, use a tiny amount, such as a teaspoon per cup (250 ml). Increase to two only if you feel comfortable doing so. Incorporate it into your detox regimen and drink the herbs after drinking water. Select one or two of the herbs, and either consume them together or separately.

So, which herbs are good for the heart? The following are the most effective and well-known plants, although I’m sure every country’s natural medicine has much more. I conduct my own research and will add more if I find any. Maybe one day I’ll collect all information into a book. The herbs on the list are also widely available in most countries. I don’t make any money from selling such herbs. My goal is to inform and help. I also provide references with studies or other information.

Hawthorn

Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna, Crataegus laevigata) is a well-known heart herb, at least in my home country Bulgaria. We used to pick up some of the delicious red pomes, which resemble berries, when we visited to the mountains. Maybe it explains why my heart is so strong. It is a small tree that can be found in temperate parts of North America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. Look for it when taking a walk. Plant it in your yard. You will benefit from looking at its lovely blossoms, and guess what?! The extracts of hawthorn flower and leaf have blood-thinning properties. One of the most prevalent side effects of the product is blood clots.

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In a later review of its therapeutic effectiveness, the authors found that recent research supported its usefulness in congestive heart failure (CHF) (Weihmayr and Ernst, 1996). Rigorous clinical trials showed benefit concerning objective signs and subjective symptoms of Stage II NYHA congestive heart failure. No adverse drug reactions had been reported. The authors concluded that hawthorn  is an effective and safe therapeutic alternative for CHF.

Another study provided evidence that hawthorn extract can improve heart function in patients with chronic heart disease (Schmidt et al., 1994). This eight-week, multicenter, double-blind, placebo-controlled study tested the effects of 600 mg/day of Faros® 300, (LI 132, an extract manufactured by Lichtwer Pharma, Berlin). Seventy-eight patients with Stage II heart disease taking hawthorn had significant gains in their stamina and endurance (as measured by a stationary bicycle), had lower blood pressure and lower heart rates while exercising, and pumped more blood at lower pressure. Also, patients taking hawthorn had fewer overall symptoms, felt less fatigue, and experienced less shortness of breath.

https://archive.org/details/herbalmedicineex0000unse/page/182/mode/2up?q=Hawthorn+

Astragalus

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Astragalus also known as Huang Qi or Chinese Milk Vetch Root (Astragalus membranaceus) is a traditional Chinese medicinal plant that is almost unknown in the West. Numerous studies have shown that it has immunomodulating, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer properties. In animal studies, it was found to prevent viral myocarditis. It is native to southeast Asia. The vetch like foliage is aromatic, covered with clusters of pea-like flowers (yellow, white, orange tubular) and makes a lovely ground cover. This wonderful plant acts as a green manure, enriching the soil with nitrogen.

https://archive.org/details/antibioticaltern0000jone/page/174/mode/2up?q=Astragalus+membranaceus

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26916911/

Kudzu

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Kudzu root, also known as East Asian arrowroot, is the dried root of the perennial plant Pueraria lobata. It is another Chinese medicine wonder herb with great potential for the treatment and management of metabolic syndromes, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and its consequences.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0378874111000729#:~:text=Graphical%20abstract-,Kudzu%20root%20(Gegen%20in%20Chinese)%20is%20the%20dried%20root%20of,diseases%20for%20thousands%20of%20years.

https://www.rxlist.com/kudzu/supplements.htm

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Turmeric

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Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is an Indian plant with many uses. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, it is a necessary for anybody who got the product. The most investigated bioactive compound derived from turmeric is curcumin. Curcumin exerts protective effects against several cardiac diseases, including myocardial ischemia, diabetic cardiomyopathy, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, arrhythmia, and doxorubicin-related cardiotoxicity. Keep in mind that curcumin has low bioavailability which means can’t be absorbed easily and used by the body. It is shown that consuming it with black pepper increases it because of its main bioactive component piperin. Black pepper can be found in every kitchen, so simply brew a tea extract from both.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1043661816313603?via%3Dihub

Magnolia Bark

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Magnolia bark (Magnolia officinalis, Magnolia obovata) is the bark of the Magnolia tree. It is a well-known herb used in traditional Chinese, Japanese, and North American medicine. While it is well recognized for its anti-stress properties and ability to improve gastrointestinal health, it also has anti-inflammatory abilities. It has been used to treat thrombotic stroke, a well-known adverse effect of the product. Stress in general is bad for the heart, and we live in difficult times, therefore I would recommend getting magnolia bark regardless of whether you have the product or not.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5365644/

https://www.drugs.com/npp/magnolia-bark-extract.html#fandc-np7076.b6

Vitamin C
Numerous plants contain vitamin C, which is also the most popular vitamin supplement. Extra vitamin C intake or consuming plants high in vitamin C is good for the heart, could improve heart function, and could prevent stroke.

one study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that those with the highest concentrations of vitamin C in their blood were associated with 42% lower stroke risk than those with the lowest concentrations.

https://www.webmd.com/diet/features/the-benefits-of-vitamin-c

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/vitamin-c-benefits#3.-May-lower-your-risk-of-heart-disease

We all associate vitamin C with citrus fruits, but acerola cherries, rose hips tea, bell peppers, parsley, cantaloupe, blackcurrants, kiwi, broccoli, and brussels sprouts are all rich sources.

In summary, the plants mentioned above, as well as vitamin C, can fix various cardiac problems, prevent forming of blood clots and enhance overall heart function and health. Together with my protocol, it may be able to assist those who have been harmed by the product.