Honor Your Heart As Nature Intended
Your heart beats 42 million times per year pumping blood and producing an electromagnetic field detectable 10 feet away. Sadly, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US; nearly half the adult population has a cardiovascular complaint. But, the heart is more than a pump, and it is also connected to love. How healthy is your heart?
Heart failure is the result of congestion in the circulatory system. Blood vessels lose their flexibility and they can't enhance the heart's pumping action with their elasticity. Sugars and unhealthy fats make them rigid and reduce flow.
Stiffness elevates blood pressure, forcing the heart to pump harder to push blood into tissues. Mucus adds more pressure to this closed system, placing additional strain on the heart and lungs. Imagine trying to pump thick glue around your heating system instead of water. Something is going to blow!
Re-Engineering Heart's Health
Before Dr. Sebi took drastic action to solve his health problems he was very sick. He had stopped eating his native diet and developed diabetes, asthma, impotence, schizophrenia, and paranoia. When medical science couldn't help him it was the power of nutrition and herbs that saved his life. "The herbs work with me, " said Dr. Sebi, and "I know at 82 I'm happy".
Eating food out of alignment with your cellular predisposition creates disease. Impotence is one of the early warning signs that blood flow is impaired. Fortunately, nourishing your body with nature's gifts restores health to every single part of the body and mind.
Nourishing the Heart
Addressing nutritional needs with the 'good' fats and antioxidants in nuts and seeds is one of the best ways to promote cardiovascular health:
- Walnuts contain alpha-linolenic acid which reduces disease risk.
- Brazil nuts provide selenium which restores fatty acid balance.
- Hemp seeds keep blood vessels dilated and elastic.
- Sesame seeds lower cholesterol and reduce inflammation.
Take proactive control of your cardiovascular system with food, movement, and your mind. Gentle, enjoyable, exercise keeps the heart muscle strong. Maintaining a healthy weight and avoiding sugar keeps your blood flowing. Keeping a positive mindset encourages long-term wellness. Eat the nutritious diet provided in Dr. Sebi's Nutritional Guide. There is a lot you can do to keep your heart healthy for millions of more beats!
Natural Solutions For Heart Disease
Mother Nature provides everything needed to repair dietary damage and cleanse clogged arteries. If your heart needs extra support, or you lack energy, Dr. Sebi's Green Food gently guides your cardiovascular system back into balance. The heart-healthy herbs in Dr. Sebi's Green Food significantly increase the long-term health of your heart:
- Nettle lowers blood sugar and blood pressure; reducing the risk of disease.
- Tila promotes relaxation, reduces inflammation, and lowers blood pressure.
- Nopal protects nerves, reduces cholesterol, and lowers blood sugar.
- Bladderwrack reduces the fatty deposits clogging blood vessels.
Dr. Sebi also developed therapeutic packages containing Lily of the Valley. The sweet-smelling plant contains 40 different cardiac glycosides that correct fluid balance; improve contraction force; restore beat frequency and resolve valve irregularities. Call for a consultation to address your unique requirements.
Time to Change
Dr. Sebi was always adamant when it came to pointing out the connection between healing emotionally and physically. As he once said, "One ingredient that is so missing for this journey to be understood and accepted is LOVE; but it is not the word itself. It is that electrical communication between you and the other person or everybody besides yourself."
The hearts electromagnetic fields are designed to connect us. Extending compassion and kindness is healing. Translating love into action creates heartfelt resonance and bonding. The simple act of smiling transmits positive emotions and awakens love in the heart. Let's be heart-healthy, nutritiously wholesome, and electromagnetically connected together.