Blood Pressure

What Is In The Number...Blood Pressure - Searchlight ...With the talk about the CO-19 jab being the culprit that is causing heart issues among the younger generation, I have had requests for a blog on blood pressure. I remember when the norm was 120/80. A few years back it was determined that it should be lower than that. Young people might have a lower reading, which is acceptable unless there is a disease associated with it. Fifty years ago, if you had a blood pressure reading of 115/60 or in that vicinity you were considered to be anemic. Apparently not so today.

What is BLOOD PRESSURE?

According to the American Heart Association, Blood pressure is the force of blood against the artery walls. It rises during heartbeats and falls in between heartbeats. There are always two pressures expressed in blood pressure ranges, the systolic blood pressure and the diastolic blood pressure.

The following chart put out by the American Heart Association shows what they consider normal.

Healthy and unhealthy blood pressure ranges:

 
BLOOD PRESSURE CATEGORY SYSTOLIC mm Hg (upper number) and/or DIASTOLIC mm Hg (lower number)
NORMAL LESS THAN 120 and LESS THAN 80
ELEVATED 120 – 129 and LESS THAN 80
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (HYPERTENSION) STAGE 1 130 – 139 or 80 – 89
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (HYPERTENSION) STAGE 2 140 OR HIGHER or 90 OR HIGHER
HYPERTENSIVE CRISIS (consult your doctor immediately) HIGHER THAN 180 and/or HIGHER THAN 120

This chart was originally put out in 2017, but is said to still be the norm today in 2021.

My doctor tells  me that the original pressure, 120/80, is closer to everybody’s normal today. It is the extenuating circumstances associated with health issues that cause blood pressure to be higher or lower than the norm.

I worked for a doctor at one time, so when my mother was having health issues I would go to her house and take her blood pressure reading. It was literally through the roof. She was being treated for heart problems, but little known to her family she also had kidney problems. When I say ‘through the roof’, her reading was always Systolic at over 250 and Diastolic at over 150. This scared me. When I told her this was a problem, it appeared she had no idea of what I was talking about or how this was affecting her life. She would just point to the 10 or more bottles of medications sitting on the table and tell me the doctor had it all under control. She was scheduled to see the doctor once a week. What could I do? Nothing. She was under a doctors care and that was all I was suppose to know. This was back in the early 1970’s.

Not being a doctor I can’t say why a friend or relative has high blood pressure. I hear the excuse of “well my mom, dad, aunt, uncle had high blood pressure so it is genetic, and I will probably die from it like they did.” What they don’t know is the cause of a distant relative’s heart issues and/or anything about any other health issues they might have had. So genetics cannot always be the answer.

I had moved to Florida when my mom ended up having open heart surgery. She told me on the phone after the surgery that she ‘now felt better than ever.’ It was only a few days after I talked to her that she died. According to one of my sisters the doctor told her that the surgery was a success but, he figured our mother died because she had only 3/4 of one her two kidneys  that was functioning.  With the doctor knowing this, my question is why did the doctor want to perform open heart surgery on her?  He had to have known that even though the surgery could be successful, because of the kidney issue her chance of dying was a definite. What I didn’t know at the time was that my mother had insisted on having the surgery, and the doctor complied. I didn’t know whether she was being treated for the kidney problems. However, I still had a lot of questions that never got answered. Needless to say my sister said she never got a medical bill from the doctor for his services….??????????? Doctors during that period of time were deep into not wanting to be sued for malpractice.

So folks, what can I say. Her story seems to say a lot. Heart issues and especially blood pressure can be caused by other health issues that your body is experiencing. And you can specifically add STRESS and TRAUMA to the list of issues.

Stress-Trauma, in regards to the (virus/jab) of the supposed pandemic putting FEAR into the life of everyone on the planet today, is definitely a breeding ground for every health problem you can imagine. The irony of the whole thing is that the doctors deliberately overlook the connection. So when you go to the doctor/hospital etc. you are told they don’t know what is wrong with you and send you home with prescription meds and/or tell you to watch what you eat. This is what my clients are telling me. 

So…………what can you eat or drink that is natural for eliminating ‘high blood pressure’?

If it was me and being a detox specialist, I would start from the beginning, detox….eliminate the acidic condition the whole body is in. An acidic condition is caused by poor eating/drinking, chemical accumulation, and other habits that people have had all of their lives. I would address all glandular and organ weaknesses using herbs to move and clean those weaknesses be they lymphatic, GI tract, Lung, Kidneys, Liver, etc. As well, because the CO-19 is a parasite – not a virus,  I would take something to clean the parasites from my system.

With HIGH or LOW blood pressure there is definitely adrenal gland weakness. One also needs to move the lymph system – your sewer system. Your lymph nodes are your septic tank. Keep them cleaned out. Use an herbal formula for the KIDNEYS – eat lots of fruit. Raw foods will cleanse the GI tract and restore the intestinal system. AVOID LAXATIVES.  Exercise. Clean the liver, enhance the pancreas. If prescription medications are being taken, don’t worry – there are very few possible interactions. (Consult your healthcare Practitioner).

If you are on high blood pressure medications, do watch your blood pressure. A good program can help bring down your blood pressure.  Use common sense. You can normalize your blood pressure by enhancing and regenerating your adrenal glands. Watch your blood sugars as if you were diabetic. This also applies to high blood pressure. Monitor it on a daily basis. You will go through what is called a ‘healing crisis’ as you detoxify. This is normal, natural, and positive.” (Source – Robert Morse, N.D.)

FOODS and Supplements that help lower high blood pressure –

Magnesium and potassium are two minerals that aid in the fight against blood pressure.  Baked potatoes are rich in both minerals. Lower your salt intake.

To lower your blood pressure, try to eat according to the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet (similar to a Mediterranean diet). vegetables, fruits, low-fat dairy products, whole grains, essential fats and lean proteins. Berries, especially blueberries, are rich in natural compounds called flavonoids. One study found that consuming these compounds might prevent hypertension and help lower blood pressure. Blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries are easy to add to your diet.

Check out http://www.healthline.com

EXPLORE FURTHER – Do your own research…

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SCIENTIFIC FACTS –

Most chemicals weaken and destroy cells causing high acidosis, and destroying cells causes future types of diseases.

“Attitude, attitude, attitude…remember vibrant health in this world does not occur overnight.”  It is hard work. It connects you with life, love and GOD!

BLESSINGS FOR ALL!

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