by Glen Swartwout
Heart attack and stroke are among the most common and devastating manifestations of thrombosis, and represent the most prevalent cause of death and disability in our culture today. With directed support relying primarily on natural nutritional and herbal supplementation, I believe that these gruesome statistics can be changed. Of course, as a first step, elimination of refined foods from the diet, institution of adequate lymphatic stimulation, particularly through rebounding, and replacement of various sweet, acidic and stimulating drinks with highly alkaline antioxidant water is essential to the erradication of all culturally based disease.
Some of the common risk factors involved in thrombosis, and their most common key antidotes recommended by Remission Foundation as of December, 1998 are:
20% of strokes are hemorhagic, often related to aneurysm. Prevention includes supplementation of Copper Aspartate (often together with Zinc), quercetin and bilberry to enhance vessel wall strength and flexibility. Immediate treatment with the drugs Hydergine and piracetam (European) is recommended. Avoid taking blood thinning products like aspirin (indefinitely), white willow and ginkgo biloba (for at least a couple weeks).
General supplementation recommendations developed at Remission Foundation for reducing thrombotic risk include:
Blood tests recommended to monitor thrombotic risk may include:
Partial thromboplastin time (PTT)
D-Dimer of fibrin
Darkfield microscopy (roulleau, plaques, clotting, etc.)