Alternative Medicine

Adams, Rex - Miracle Medicine Foods  Parker Publishing Co, Inc. 
Adams shares remedies reported by various individuals. 
1 Doctor used intra-muscular injections of thiamin hydrocloride (vitamin B1), (rather than oral consumption).  
1 individual uses 1/2 t (teaspoon) dessicated liver (high in thiamin) in 1/2 c (cup) milk + 2 T (tablespoons) blackstrap molasses.   ingests high concentrations of B vitamins + applies vitamin E oil to blisters. 
1 applied goldenseal powder to the blisters + during outbreak ingested 1 goldenseal vitamin capsule with warm water1 hour prior each meal.  
In 1961 Japanese scientist Fujiwara discovered garlic allicin sulphur speeds vitamin B1 (thiamin) absorption.
When B1 is combined with garlic into allithiamin, the blood concentration of B1 is increased 10 fold in the blood level.
B1 is not normally readily digestible by the body. 5/16/1961 Pakistan Medical Times
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) contributes to reversal of congestive heart failure
Remediation of back problems contributes to reversal of arterial fibulation. per - @
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) best source is FOOD &/or supplement:
nutritional yeast
@ Vitamin B1: Synthetic vs. Natural – Dr.Berg - YouTube
(such as Bragg brand found in grocery stores) 
Another potential source @ Rice Bran Powder - Shaklee Health Resource
+ perhaps Manna Pro Raw Rice Bran Deer Supplement, 40 Lb. -
potential (hot) cereal or garnish for both man & deer.
+ 8 Nutritious Benefits of Oat Bran | Organic Facts
B vitamin complex - If your homocysteine levels are high, doctor may prescribe supplements of vitamins B-6, B-12 &/or B-9 (folate) to bring your levels into normal range.
Hawthorn herb contains antioxidants that are thought to improve (vein/artery) blood flow.

Lumbrokinase enzyme is similar to the better-known nattokinase [from (estrogenic) fermented soybeans].
Lumbrokinase is derived from the earthworm Lumbricus rubellus, but don’t be put off, said, because it works even better than nattokinase to inhibit the formation of blood clots.
Like (wild) fish oil, lumbrokinase should be taken only with a doctor’s OK by one on a pharmaceutical blood thinner.

Magnesium, Omega 3 oil, Potassium
ALERT: (Some) Patients with (AFIB) arrhythmias should NOT take iodine supplements because they can bring about hyper-thyroidism, which worsens arrhythmia. Caffeine, whether from food, beverages or supplements, also should be avoided because the stimulant can interfere with heart rhythms
Capers in vinegar @ Compound in pickled capers could benefit the heart and brain (
"The pickling process causes the formation of quercetin, which is the compound that activates KCNQ channels...(& may help treat epilepsy & arrhythmia
Be reminded that Quercetin is also bottled as a supplement (likely synthetic).
Quercetin...binds to a part of the channels responsible for sensing electrical activity.
This binding causes the channels to open when they would otherwise be closed, which may underlie the medicinal properties of capers. 

Although capers are the richest natural source of quercetin, the authors note that other plant-derived compounds, such as E-2-dodecenal (present in cilantro), are more potent activators of KCNQ channels....
ating picked capers together with other specific foods, such as cilantro, could increase their benefits....
Quercetin is also very common in food, being present in apples, berries, celery, chili peppers, & onions, as well as green tea & red wine. The compound may, therefore, accumulate in the body over time to provide benefits. Research has also shown that adding quercetin to food is safe."
(COVID alternative RX is Quercetin + zinc on a regular basis.)

(Although table salt/sodium is discouraged, sea salt is IMPORTANT regarding one’s electrolytes.)
Capers (pickled) What is or how to pickle @ How to Pickle Basically Everything | Epicurious 6/26/2015 -
Regarding BRINE: "Add equal parts water & vinegar + a quarter the salt to sugar.
We've added black peppercorns & mustard seeds for a classic flavor but you can swap in other preferred spices."
Capers (organic) but may NOT be pickled @
Oils and Vinegars | Peppers | Olives | Sundried Tomatoes | Mediterranean Organic

EDTA – 3/14/2018 Taylor, Dan – “Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, or EDTA, is a colorless acid that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration has approved for treating lead & heavy metal poisoning, as well as hypercalcemia & ventricular arrhythmias.” (Currently removed from market.  DANGER. Do NOT make/eat your own RX. )

Flaxseed @ Foods That May Prevent Atrial Fibrillation ( 7/9/2008 - Steer towards organic. -
Foos s
ources of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) are flaxseed, flaxseed oil, walnuts, walnut oil, mustard oil + (for females) soybean oil & tofu.
Lumbro-kinase - blood thinner from worms -

Medicinal Mushroom Cordyceps -


Magnesium Taurate - e.pdf "Elson M. Haas, MD writes, 'I have found that magnesium taurate, an unusual form of magnesium in which magnesium is chemically combined with the amino acid derivative taurine is particularly well-utilized & beneficial. This is because some of the same effects that one hopes to get from magnesium, such as the calming effect on the nervous system, & the strengthening effect on heart muscle, is also gotten with taurine. So, the 2 are synergistic together. 
I use it in all forms of cardiac & nervous system disorders.'"

CAUTION: excess Magnesium side effects (include diarrhea)


"Omega 3 fatty acids help stabilize heart rhythms...& may help prevent...arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation...
(Fish &) fish oil supplements remain the best source of the omega 3 fatty acids, with alpha linolenic acid a 2nd choice." 7/2008 

Pickled capers activate proteins important for human brain and heart health | School of Medicine | University of California, Irvine (  7/13/2020
@ The ubiquitous flavonoid quercetin is an atypical KCNQ potassium channel activator.+
"A compound commonly found in pickled capers has been shown to activate proteins required for normal human brain & heart activity & may even lead to future therapies for the treatment of epilepsy & abnormal heart rhythms...
compound named quercetin, commonly consumed when eating capers, can directly regulate proteins required for bodily processes such as the heartbeat, thought, muscular contraction & normal functioning of the thyroid, pancreas & (GI) gastrointestinal tract...
Quercetin, a plant-derived bioflavonoid, modulates potassium ion channels in the KCNQ gene family. 
These channels are highly influential in human health & their dysfunction is linked to several common human diseases, including diabetes, cardiac arrhythmia & epilepsy.
Rhodiola rosea called Sedum rhodiola or Sedum rosea (known as  Arctic Root, Golden Root, King's Crown, Rhodiola, Rosenroot, Rodia riza, Lignum rhodium, or roseroot) may increase energy, stamina, strength & mental capacity; may help the body adapt to & resist physical, chemical, & environmental stress; may help athletic or sexual performance; & may reduce depression, cardiac disorders such as arrhythmias, & hyperlipidemia.  
Rhodiola may help in bladder cancer, tuberculosis, & diabetes. 
Rhodiola  may reduce cold, flu, aging, & liver damage; it may improve hearing, strengthen the nervous system, enhance immunity, & shorten recovery time after prolonged workouts. 170 mg daily might help fatigue in night shift workers. 
May help protect from stressors such as cold & radiation. 
May have an anti-inflammatory effect.  May decrease C-reactive protein (CRP) levels.

Taurine -

Taurine -
Separate vitamins for separate needs. 

Taurine is recommended for "facilitating the digestion/absorption of fats (via formation of bile salts), maintaining cell volume (osmoregulation), neurotransmission/neuromodulation, antioxidant functions, anti-inflammatory/immune functions, anti-arrythmic/cardiac functions & neurological/retinal development."


Unknown source. "Several maneuvers...stimulate the vagus nerve and thus decrease the heart rate...
Maneuvers include straining as if having a difficult bowel movement, rubbing the neck just below the angle of the jaw (which stimulated a sensitive area on the carotid artery called the carotid sinus) & plunging the face into a bowl of ice cold water. 
These maneuvers are most effective when they are used shortly after the arrhythmia starts.

If these maneuvers are not effective, if the arrhythmia produces severe symptoms, or if the episode lasts more than 20 medical intervention to stop the giving an intravenous injection of a drug, usually adenosine or verapamil...An electrical shock to the heart may be necessary."

Walach, Dr. Joel - Dead Doctors Don't Lie - Vitamin B1 (thiamine) contributes to reversal of congestive heart failure.  Remediation of back problems contributes to reversal of arterial fibulation. - -
11/27/2013 - Benny Hinn - Dead Doctors Don't Lie, Part 1 - YouTube
11/27/2013 - Benny Hinn - Dead Doctors Don't Lie, Part 2 - YouTube



Prescription Anti-Arrhythmia Medications - Playing with Fire 7/2008 -
"Clinical trials in the 1980's reported that while heart anti-arrhythmia medications reduced the quantity of 'abnormal' heart beats, they were associated with an increase in mortality or death rates."

B1 @ thaimine deficiency symptoms -

Dry beriberi symptoms:

  • Difficulty walking
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Paralysis of lower limbs
  • Nausea
  • Mental disorientation
  • Numbness of limbs

Wet beriberi symptoms:

  • Tachycardia
  • Edema of extremities & abdomen
  • Dyspnea & fatigue
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