for weak heart muscle:
The splendid remedy, Crataegus tincture, is made from the dark red berries,
haws, to be found hanging in small bunches from the thorny hawthorn shrubs
by the wayside or in the meadows every autumn. When I was a child, my
friends and I called them ‘mealy berries’. We children did not know anything
about them, except that they were good to eat (their pulpy inside is not
unlike cooked sweet potato) and of course we ate them because there was
probably nothing else at the particular moment. Certainly we did not need
those berries when we were young, for Crataegus is a heart remedy, and is
particularly valuable in cases of weak heart muscles.
When arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure and, especially, a hardened and
constricted coronary artery are diagnosed, there is no doubt that Crataegus
is the best, most harmless and the most reliable remedy that can be taken.
Crataegus is a successful remedy for angina pectoris, when heart cramps
occur. These cramps are usually accompanied by stabbing pains in the region
of the heart resulting in difficult breathing and a weak, irregular pulse.
In this case, where immediate relief is necessary, take five to ten drops
every half hour. When the pains subside and cramps have eased, fifteen to
twenty drops taken three times a day will suffice. For cardiac dilatation,
the main treatment should consist of heart hormones and Crataegus taken at
the same time.
Even though cardiac asthma has the same main characteristics as bronchial
asthma, no abnormalities of the bronchial passages can be detected. Cardiac
asthma is the result of a weak heart. If the left lung of the heart is
affected, this means an accumulation of blood in the lung. Should the right
half be affected, the result is poor blood circulation in the lungs, which
in turn causes a decrease in the exchange of gases.
The face of a person suffering from cardiac asthma has a bluish tinge, and
breathing is difficult when engaging in the slightest physical activity. As
soon as the problem has been diagnosed, treatment with cardiac remedies and
medicines that influence the vascular system should begin. In order to
strengthen the myocardium Crataegus, a hawthorn preparation, is the most
beneficial. Aesculus, which stimulates the circulation when taken with a
calcium preparation such as Urticalcin, promotes recovery. In any case, it
is advisable to diagnose the cause of the disease and then proceed to treat
each patient according to his medical requirements as well as applying the
appropriate form of physical therapy.
Both extracts from The Nature Doctor by Alfred Vogel, A.Vogel Publishing
House, Teufen (first appeared in 1952; 2004 Edition).
have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
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