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cajun
Friday, March 11, 2011, 5:27pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I am asking for testimonies/experiences for anyone who has gone through this situation.
My DH has cough/congestion related to his a-fib and I need a natural way (as not to interfere with meds)to release water. I looked under edema and cardiovascular in the Bloodtype Encyclopedia but found nothing.
Any help is welcomed.
Thanks, Cajun


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get the cardio vascular book asap
have him follow the lists and protocols
get his secretor status to target the plan


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get the cardio vascular book asap
have him follow the lists and protocols
get his secretor status to target the plan


Lola is right!! the book is easy to order from DPN and received by return mail.  IF nothing else I would get the sups as reccommended right from the start.  the minerals and other such things will help to begin with and to make things better later as time goes on.

BUT if I had a choice there is another great possibility  .. email me and I will tell you where to get help for edema partiqularly!!! and non invasive to other meds..  I need to know what your zipcode is.. to give you proper info,  Goldie


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Thanks, Lola...will do.

Thanks, Goldie. I have him on the BT O basic Pack from NAP. His Dr. just added lasex(SP?) for his swollen ankles/water. He quit his one cup of coffee and likes naturally decaffeinated peppermint or chamomile tea. He now takes coumadin, amiodarone, digoxin and courec(SP?). He hates taking meds and wants off asap.
An angiogram and another shock is scheduled for next week.


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Is he using cayenne pepper?  I bought 40,000 Heat Units from HH and used it for congestion (COPD) 1/4 teaspoon in tea and more sprinkled on most foods I ate then.  I was on oxygen 24/7 and was able to get completely off.

I was on lasics but also drank parsley tea many times a day, to empty out when swollen with edema, also added Lemon juice to tea and water.  Helped, a lot!
What did he give him 40 mg or more?  I was on 40 until they became non effective, then he switched me to torisomide started with 50 mg then increased to 100.  Of course, I had to start taking potassium, because releasing so much water takes away potassium in body, and I couldn't eat enough to maintain it.  So took 2- 20 mg a day, increased to 2 more.  So it remains at that now. and only can get it up to 3.6 which is low end of numbers, but safe still.   Best to your dad and to you.
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Hi, I asked  s similiar question before
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1263118794/s-10/highlight-diuretic/#num10
and there are a number of suggestions.

Best of luck, my thoughts are with both of you. I know that it is a worrying time.
My main advice is to get all blood tests done as my mother also had other underlying problems which were causing these problems also (Thyroid, kidney problems etc)
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The following foods and herbs are know to have diuretic properties:

Celery seed (and plant)
Parsley
Dandelion
Juniper berries
Asparagus
Artichoke
Melon
Watercress


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Thank you everyone! This forum is sooooo helpful!

Geminisue, I will start the cayenne today for him. His Dr. did prescribe Potassium with the lasics.

Greenman, Great link, thank you, we know one problem is sleep apnea...left untreated for too many years!

Andrea, I will use those foods starting today, also!

Lola, thanks. I will be ordering hytrax along with the cardio book on Monday!


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I see your dh is on coumadin. As a type O with thin blood already the inr can vary alot from our experience. The following is an article by Dr. D that may be of help:
http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2011/02/22/deep-vein-thrombosis-in-type-o?blog=27

The following is another thread that may be of interest.
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1297354539/s-12/#num12

The only advice I can give is to get as many blood tests carried out as often as possible.
The very best of luck, I can fully empathise
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juice of 3-4 lemons was the equivalent to a dose of coumadin. Blood type A is associated with elevated Factor VIII* which in part is probably related to their higher rates of heart attack. There is some evidence that lemons help control factor VIII.
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archive6/config.pl?read=20825


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