Season’s Greetings! Happy Holidays! Joy to the World!
‘Joy’, according to Ancient Chinese Medicine is a feeling found in our hearts, and rightly so, for a happy person has a joyful and healthy heart. Our heart is the most active muscle in our body. Indeed, it never rests. It never sleeps. It’s constant motion is what keeps us alive, and when it stops, there is a deathly silence.
It only makes sense that we should give our hearts everything it needs to function well. So what are the best substances for the heart? The following is the best supply of nutrients for the heart, that I am currently aware of. They include – Cardiotrophin PMG, Cataplex E2, Wheat Germ Oil, and the herb Hawthorn.
Cardiotrophin PMG strengthens the structure of the heart muscle itself. Since 80% of all heart problems involve the muscle, it’s a good bet that Cardiotrophin PMG can help prevent heart muscle problems in the future. Cataplex E2 can supply the heart muscle with 250% more oxygen. That’s a lot more oxygen than the heart usually gets through breathing. Cataplex E2 is a special part of the Vitamin E complex, especially designed to enhance oxygen delivery to the heart muscle. Wheat Germ Oil has the ability to increase the stamina of any muscle in the body. Since the heart is always working, why not give it the best possible opportunity to work more efficiently through the use of ‘octacosanol’, an ingredient in Wheat Germ Oil which is specifically responsible for the increase in stamina. Hawthorn is the best herb for the heart. It makes the heart function superbly, and in today’s stressful society, it’s a welcome blessing.
So what if you’re on blood pressure or heart medication given to you by your medical doctor? Well, in that case, there are still 2 of those substances listed which will not interfere with the drug’s actions, but which will help your heart to work better. They are Cardiotrophin PMG, and Wheat Germ Oil. Both of them have been found to be safe, and will in time, help your heart to repair itself.
May your holidays be full of joy and happiness in the company of your family and friends. If you have questions about these recommendations, feel free to call me at (603) 573-5063 and we’ll discuss them.
Dr. E. Caldwell