Like many people, as I’ve aged, I’ve learned to trust my intuition when summoning the body’s ability to heal using non-drug interventions whenever possible.
Three examples come to mind:
Example #1. The amazing grapefruit. A few years ago for a while on and off I could hardly get out of the bed in the morning. I simply didn’t have enough energy to propel myself and had to sit down or lie down at every opportunity. My naturally low blood pressure had never bothered me before. What was I now doing differently that might contribute to the problem? It had to be something. The answer: Stop the recent daily breakfast routine of a glass of freshly squeezed grapefruit juice. Switch my daily baby aspirin from nighttime to daytime. Baby aspirin taken at night lowers blood pressure. I certainly didn’t need to aggravate my low blood pressure.
So, I’m guessing that anyone with high blood pressure should do the opposite: Drink grapefruit juice daily and if taking a baby aspirin to avoid strokes and heart attack, take it at night.
The usual disclaimer applies: I am not a physician. Check with your doctor.
Other examples of unexpected and rather miraculous healings to follow in future posts.
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‘The body’s ability to heal’ is an incredible topic. Conventional medicine has done such a disservice to us all by convincing us that our health is not only outside of us, but it’s in the control and the hands of complete strangers.
Funny timing: This young guy (who healed from killer colon cancer) is running a series for free at the moment. Just started yesterday. If you know anyone dealing with cancer, tune in!
Thank you, Liz.