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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Advice-Warferin and palpitations...


Thank you for that mail, I will try the magnesium first. I hope this works as I am concerned about the warferin. Some one else suggested the fact that we had just got a cordless phone and wifi, which may have been the reason it started to get worse (after 20 years). Will let you know how he gets on. B

Miss Rebecca Jane Lees Greenpeace

Happiness keeps you sweet, trials keeps you strong, sorrows keeps you
human, failures keeps you humble, success keeps you blooming, but
only YOU keep YOU going!

--- On Mon, 15/11/10, david kenna <davidjohnkenna@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

From: david kenna <davidjohnkenna@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Advice-Warferin and palpitations...
To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
Date: Monday, 15 November, 2010, 17:39


Becky Jane,Sounds like he is deficient in electrolytes.Palpitations could be magnesium, which most are deficient in.also tests of serum magnesium only indicate some 1% of totalmagnesium. when I took magnesium, palpitations and arrythmiavanished in two days along with severe back pain... See Carolyn Dean MD book. The Magnesium MiracleYou could use Nattokinase which thins the blood without the side effects . Make sure it's organic.And Orthomolecular medicine for Linus Pauling, winner of twoNobel Prizes..vit C and l.lysine to clear the arteries.the web address is Orthomolecular.org.David 

--- On Wed, 10/11/10, Greenleaf <herculees99@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

From: Greenleaf <herculees99@yahoo.co.uk>

Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] Advice-Warferin and palpitations...

To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com

Date: Wednesday, 10 November, 2010, 21:21


Hi there, I am new to this site so dont now if anyone can help me but I am desperate for advice.

For 20 years (after taking a hayfever medication which is now banned) my partner was suffering from the occasional palpitations. His GP was not worried about this and he didnt seem to care either.

Yet 3 ish weeks ago he collapsed in the night and was taken to a and e. Atrial Fibrilation is what they diagnosed him with. He now takes a medication to slow his heart down and warferin! RAT POISON! I hate this with a passion. As a former nurse I have no faith in western medicine!

I have been feeding him garlic and this has helped as his warferin is now 5mg not 7.5! But I want him off it altogether!

If he stops having palpitations that could be an option, but what can help with this?

His heart is structurally sound, THANK GOD.

And what will help lower the dose of warferin?

I am so worried. I have known him for years but been with him a little over 1 year. I cant loose him. Not only that my son who is 11 has had his father walk in and out of his life that for my partner to leave too would destroy him. I am sorry for sounding emotional but I love my partner sooo much and would do anything to make him happy/healthy.

Any advice would be much appreciated, from food to herbal, chinese, crystals anything. Though I dont think the last one of those would go down well with him as he is a Rev!

Thank you in advance

Becky Jane

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