Are you being coerced and worried about your heart?

February is heart health month.

And, this month my heart goes out to ALL the folks around the world who are being coerced/forced to take the medical injection.

I receive a lot of email about this hot topic. Here’s one example:

“My husband and I work for the same company and unfortunately if we don’t get the c0vid v@ccine we will be fired. We are running out of choices, they also denied both of our religious exemptions. As you can imagine we are really stressed about it. Is there anything we can do to mitigate the toxins, before and after, if we get the v@ccine? Thank you for all your help!” – Evie

I would love to tell her there are ways to mitigate the toxins, but the truth is, this is a new technology that has never been used on humans before, and no-one knows what will happen to the physical body in the future from taking these experimental shots now.

One of the glaring things that I have witnessed among some clients, friends, and family members is discomfort, palpitations pain, or a crushing sensation in their heart.

This is not just my own personal observation, the negative effects on the heart have been established by medical science, too.

According to the Journal of American Medical Association, “Based on passive surveillance reporting in the US, the risk of myocarditis after receiving mRNA-based C0VID-19 vaccines was increased across multiple age and sex strata and was highest after the second v@ccination dose in adolescent males and young men.”[1]

So, let’s start there…

What is myocarditis and what is going on with the heart?

According to an article about v@ccine safety on the CDC website, “Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle, and pericarditis is inflammation of the outer lining of the heart. In both cases, the body’s immune system causes inflammation in response to an infection or some other trigger.”[2]

The trigger for these folks had been the initial injection, rather than the infection.

Below are 3 recommendations I have shared with clients, friends and family members to support their heart and help them find relief.

#1 Eat an Anti-inflammatory Diet

If inflammation is already occurring due to the injection, do NOT put pro-inflammatory foods into the body. There is only so much inflammation the body can handle.

Unfortunately, this is not an easy task.

Most, if not all, of the packaged crap that most folks eat today is pro-inflammatory.

This includes:

  • Refined carbs, pastries, sugary treats, white bread
  • Fried foods (in crappy oils)
  • Soda and other sugary drinks
  • Processed meats
  • Rancid highly processed vegetable and seed oils

This doesn’t mean you can NEVER have a sugary treat or some French fries. What it does mean is to reduce the foods mentioned above, and increase the foods recommended below:

Eating better quality food not only reduces inflammation, it dramatically reduces the top co-morbidity factors that are actually killing people.

#2 Use Plant Medicine

Many plants from the natural world have long been used as remedies before the pharmaceutical industry got a stranglehold on medicine and medical practices.

There are two plants in particular I suggest both the jabbed and un-jabbed incorporate to support heart health.

Hawthorn Berries and Dandelion Root.

Here’s why…

According to Mt. Sinai Hospital Health Library, A number of studies conclude that hawthorn significantly improved heart function. Studies also suggest that the herb can enhance a person’s ability to exercise following heart failure. Participants in studies have reported that hawthorn significantly improved symptoms of the disease (such as shortness of breath and fatigue). One study found that hawthorn extract (900 mg/day) taken for 2 months was as effective as low doses of captopril (a prescription heart medication) in improving symptoms of heart failure.”[3]

Medical science corroborates what natural healers have known for ages… Hawthorn benefits the health of the human heart, even AFTER it has been damaged.

Dandelion root on the other hand, does something completely different. It supports the heart, but not directly.

Two of dandelions many wonderful attributes is its ability to detoxify the body, and clear heat (inflammation).

Unfortunately, this plant has long been considered a weed and eradicated from the lawn, and from our life.

For healing purposes, let’s stop KILLING the medicine that supports our health.

According to Medical News Today, dandelion[4]:

  • Reduces bad cholesterol
  • Regulates blood sugar
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Aids weight loss
  • Reduces cancer risk
  • Boosts immunity
  • Aids Digestion

That’s a whole lotta medicine from one little plant!

My clients that have been struggling with the after effects of jabs are feeling positive benefits within days of taking the combination of these two healing herbs.

#3 Forgive Yourself and Listen to your Heart

Here’s what I keep hearing from people over and over again:

  • “I didn’t want to take it, but I didn’t want to lose my job.”
  • “I didn’t want to take it, but I wanted to visit my family.”
  • “I didn’t want to take it, but I wanted to get back to living a normal life.”
  • “I didn’t want to take it, but I felt pressured by my husband/wife.”
  • “I didn’t want to take it, but I felt left out.”
  • “I wanted to take it because I trusted the authorities.”

And, the above statements are usually followed by something like this …

  • “I’m so angry that I was forced to do this and it damaged my body, and now I can’t work.”
  • “I’m sad that I went against what I believed in.”
  • “I’m disappointed in myself because I knew better.”
  • “I feel like I failed myself and the work I’ve done to keep my body healthy.”
  • “I regret taking it and I will not take the next one.”
  • “I trusted the authorities, and now I feel lost and abandoned, and don’t know what to do.”

First and foremost, there is no self-abuse in self-healing. That’s not the way it works.

Honor yourself and feel what you need to feel (anger, sadness, regret, disappointment…).

And then forgive yourself and send your heart and your beautiful body a whole lotta love.

Moving forward, I encourage you to listen to your heart rather than your head.

Before you do anything to your body, place your hands on your chest in front of your heart, take a few deep breaths to still your mind, and ask yourself… “Is this right for me?”

Your heart will tell you what you need to know.

Honor it, trust it, and keep moving forward healthfully and happily.

 

[1] https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2788346

[2] https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/myocarditis.html

[3] https://www.mountsinai.org/health-library/herb/hawthorn

[4] https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/324083