There’s one valuable ingredient that has been the talk of the town for quite a while for being able to prevent a heart attack in one minute: cayenne pepper.
In his 35-year career, Dr. Christopher, an American herbalist, hasn’t lost a patient to a heart attack. To patients who are still conscious, he provides a cup of cayenne pepper tea (teaspoon to a cup of water). This is scientifically proven theory from personal experience, no studies in controlled conditions involved; therefore, it is definitely more trustworthy.
According to Scoville Heat Units (SHU), since cayenne pepper contains approximately 90,000 scoville units, it can help with a heart attack. This also includes scotch bonet, Jamaican hot pepper, jalapeno, Thai chi, African bird, and habanero. For patients who have had a heart attack but are still breathing and conscious, a combination of a glass of water and a teaspoon of cayenne pepper can be provided.
If the person is unconscious, under his/her tongue, put a few drops of cayenne pepper. This will carry blood to all parts of the body and increase heart rate, which will help balance circulation. It helps in heart recovery, stops bleeding, and has a hemostatic effect.
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