Lily of the Vally & Blessed Thistle - Heart Repair
Lily Of The Valley & Blessed Thistle (Convallaria majalis & Centauria benedicta) Pure Herbs Liquid Extract used Historically used for chest pain due to heart, heart valve repair, heart repair, circulatory correction, varicose veins, fluid retention, dyspnoea (difficult breathing), antispasmodic. (Lily of the valley, Blessed Thistle).
Parts Used: Whole herb
Bodily Influences: Superior combination for the heart and circulatory system, as is the combination H.T. (Heart Tonic). Its action is swifter than H.T. for pains in the chest due to a heart problem. There is no harmful build-up in the blood stream as it is not stored for more than a few hours. Tailor-made for serious heart problems that look hopeless. Relieves fluid build-up around the heart; specialist at repairing heart valves, including the large mitral valve (two sided valve between the upper and lower chamber of the left side of the heart). Delivers oxygen to oxygen-starved heart and brain, repairs blood vessels, improves memory.
Nature has provided us a wondrous, miraculous remedy for the deterioration of heart muscle, heart valves, heart pain, heart pain in left arm and stagnant
blood in the veins, delivers oxygen to oxygen-starved heart and brain, repairs blood vessels, improves memory. When lilacs bloom, look also for the perfumed scent of Lily of the Valley. The delightfully perfumed little white bells herald the presence of the heart's friend. The most active part is the root. Herein reside the glycosides that correct acute heart failure, cardiac edema, heart valve insufficiency and dilation of the heart chambers. Small arteries that feed the heart itself are assisted in their circulation to prevent and correct coronary infarction (cramped heart blood vessels, usually fatal). A powerful effect is exerted on the pumping chambers of the heart making it beat slower and giving it more force. 5 to 40 drops on the back of the tongue will stop chest pain more or less instantly without the possible side effects of Digitalis (Foxglove). There is no harmful build up in the blood stream as it is not stored for more than a few hours. The leaves and flowers also show some activity but are not as strong. Jesus of Nazareth made reference to Lilies of the Valley and was aware of their splendid presence when he pronounced them more beautiful than Solomon in all his glory. We are indeed grateful to this day for that recognition and their potential to help the heart.
COMBINATION: Lily-of-the-Valley, Blessed Thistle.
DOSE: 10 to 40 drops per meal, or three times per day. If chest pains, then 40 drops at once.
Directions on label: For adults, mix 2 ml of extract in 2 oz (60 ml) of water one time daily preferably with a meal.
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