Heart Relief Tea
This recipe is intended in the event of a heart attack, or angina pectoris. Herbologist John Christopher used it over the course of 35 years, and said he never lost a patient who was still breathing when he got there. He said within minutes of drinking, his patients were up and walking around. The pepper powder used must be rated at over 100,000 Scoville. The hotter the pepper, the higher concentrations of capsaicin. This is for conscious people ONLY. See our Hot Pepper Extract recipe for use with unconscious heart attack victims.
You will need…
- A glass
- 1 cup of warm water
- 1 teaspoon of Ghost pepper powder, or any other pepper above 100,000 Scoville.
Have someone call 911 for an ambulance. Pour a glass of warm water, and mix in the 1 teaspoon of Ghost pepper powder. Give it to the person experiencing chest pain, or assist them in drinking it. NEVER try to get an unconscious person to swallow anything. If the person is unconscious, then use hot pepper extract, or tincture. A recipe for which can be found here.