Thursday 22 February 2018
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This Amazing Recipe Can Stop Heart Attack in 60 Seconds

This Amazing Recipe Can Stop Heart Attack in 60 Seconds

Heart attack is a silent killer that can prey someone’s life quickly. Many people are not aware of how to stop the progress of heart attack. But actually, there is a simple recipe that can effectively stop heart attack within 60 seconds.

Before we get into the recipe, let us first talk about heart attack and the main ingredient of this recipe, chili pepper.

Heart Attack, the Silent Killer

Heart attack being called the silent killer because oftentimes, people who carry the risk of this health issues do not even know that they are at risk. 45% of all heart attack that happened is a “silent” heart attack and it affect in various ways to various group of people.

One study which involved 9,498 participants was conducted in the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) to see how common the occurrence of silent heart attack. Of all people, 703 of them had heart attack, both silent or with symptoms within nine years. The result shown that African-American had a higher rate of silent heart attack compare to whites and men had higher rate compare to women.

Nonetheless, the prevention of a silent heart attack is the same as preventing heart attack with symptoms. Some of the prevention are keep your blood pressure within certain range, control cholesterol level within desirable range, avoid smoking, adopt healthy eating habit, and get a cardiovascular exercise daily.

Chili Pepper, the Amazing Ingredient to Stop Heart Attack

Chili pepper is available in every season and is a great ingredient that gives zest to the dishes.

Chili pepper contains a lot of nutrients. It is rich in vitamin E, vitamin A and fiber. It also contains vitamin K, cooper, vitamin B, iron, manganese, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, and potassium.

Chili pepper contains capsaicin, a substance which gives the pepper its pungency that produce mild to intense flavor when eaten. Capsaicin also the reason chili pepper has the ability to provide a lot of health benefits like fighting inflammation, relieve pain, clear congestion, stop the spread of prostate cancer, and improve insulin regulation.

According to a study conducted by Dr. Keith Jones, applying capsaicin to the skin can activate protective “pro-survival” pathways in the heart. It has also been found that capsaicin caused a reduction in the death of heart cells for as much as 85%.

Stop Heart Attack within 60 minutes

Many herbalist have claimed that chili pepper can stop heart attack. But it was Dr. John Christopher who has found a proven method to actually stop heart attack with an amazing recipe made from chili pepper.

This recipe is highly effective to be used to people who had heart attack but still conscious and breathing. Put several drops of chili pepper extract under the patient’s tongue if the person is subconscious.

Prepare These Ingredients:

  • Chili pepper powder
  • Two fresh cayenne pepper
  • 50% alcohol
  • 1 liter glass bottle
  • Gloves

How to Prepare:

  1. Use gloves before preparing this recipe since chili pepper is pretty hot
  2. Put chili pepper to fill a quarter of the glass bottle and pour enough alcohol to cover the powder.
  3. Put the fresh cayenne pepper into a blender and add some alcohol then turn the blender on until you get a sauce-like texture.
  4. Pour the mixture into the container.
  5. Add the alcohol into the bottle to the top then close the bottle cap.
  6. Shake it a few times during the day.
  7. Leave the tincture for around a month, filter it with a gauze and keep it in a dark bottle.
  8. You can filter it after three months if you want to have a very strong tincture.
  9. Close the bottle and leave it in a dark and dry place. This tincture does not expire so you can use it anytime.

How to Use:

Put 5 – 10 drops of this tincture to a patient who experienced a heart attack or stroke. Repeat the process until the patient’s condition shown an improvement. If the patient is unconscious, place 1 – 3 drops under the patient’s tongue then start a CPR.