Francis Bacon once said, “I do not believe that any man fears to be dead, but only the stroke of death.

Stroke is the third leading cause of death and the number one leading cause of disability in America, even though it is totally preventabStroke Recoveryle.

The real challenge is helping stroke survivors recover.

FACT: More than 80% of all strokes are “ischemic strokes,” triggered by a blood clot blocking the flow of oxygen and blood to the brain. Only about 18-20% of strokes are “hemorrhagic strokes,” which is when cranial blood vessels actually burst and leak blood into the brain.

The risks for ischemic stroke are pretty much the same risk factors for heart attacks. Associated with high cholesterol, atherosclerotic disease of the blood vessels is the most common cause for ischemic strokes.

Other risk factors include:
– High blood pressure
– Diabetes
– Advancing age
– Male gender
– Smoking
– Sedentary lifestyle

Factors that may trigger a hemorrhagic or ischemic stroke are similar, such as a history of prior strokes and excessive alcohol intake, but most hemorrhagic strokes are associated with high blood pressure.

Currently, up to 50% of people who have a hemorrhagic stroke die within 90 days of the incident.

This need not be!

Back 2400 years ago, Hippocrates believed there wasn’t anything you could do to help a stroke patient recover. Even today, conventional medicine hasn’t changed its opinion much.

On the other hand, alternative medicine’s commitment to helping stroke survivors recover is making some head way.

Using what I call “Healing Edge” technology, people can recover faster when and if the right actions are taken immediately after the stroke.

If blood flow isn’t restored quickly, then cellular death of the brain occurs leaving behind multiple disorders, such as an inability to walk, move arms and legs or speak.

Every year approximately 700,000 Americans are crippled from stroke.

Sometimes, stroke survivors even experience a loss of the senses, including touch, vision, hearing, and taste.

Statistically, about 1 out of every 1,000 people is afflicted by stroke. If you’re over age 75, your odds of experiencing a stroke increases to about 25 out of every 1,000 people.

Stroke related costs total over 30 billion dollars a year in the U.S.; but what if there is a way to avoid all this pain and suffering?

StrokeAs you know, a stroke occurs when blood flow is suddenly reduced to part of the brain. This state of oxygen deprivation is prolonged by an acute inflammation . . .

What if there was something natural you could use to relieve most of all of the inflammation?

Have you ever noticed the first thing they do when you’re admitted into the emergency room is give you an IV of salt water (sodium chloride)?

There is evidence-based science that shows if they would give you an IV solution of “magnesium chloride” instead, most all the damage of the ischemic stroke could be reduced significantly.

Magnesium is a muscle relaxant and has a stabilizing affect on membranes.

A magnesium deficiency can result in symptoms of tachycardia and fibrillation to constriction of the arteries, angina and instant death.  Essentially, low magnesium levels increase the risk of ischemic stroke.

A 10 year study of 2,183 men in Wales found those eating diets low in magnesium had a 50% higher risk of sudden death from heart attacks than those eating 1/3 more magnesium.

Source: http://www.mgwater.com/marxneut.shtml

Piercing a 500-Year Veil

There is a little-known bluish-green vine that grows wild in Jamaica. The locals who eat the reddish-orange fruit and its seeds are known for their strong bones, hair and nails. And the herbal healers who have made tea and tonics from the leaves for centuries use it to cure rashes, stomach pain… and diabetes.

It’s called Cerasee. Researchers recently brought it to the University of Miami, where they found an enzyme in the ripe fruit that can inhibit growth of cancer cells.

And this is just one of the hundreds of remarkable plants that grow in and around the mountain home of the Maroon people of Jamaica. Now Ivelyn Harris, a seventh-generation herbalist and the last of the traditional Maroon healers, is sharing the secrets of their use with you.

The herbals remedies she reveals in The Healing Herbs of Jamaica have been kept secret for over 500 years. They’ve never been shared with outsiders before… until now. Special tonics to increase men’s stamina, relieve back pain, treat sores, pain and more can all be yours today by simply going here…

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