Ted's High Blood Pressure Remedies

TED'S BLOOD PRESSURE FORMULA

Posted by M (Anon) on 10/18/2012

Dear Ted, This is the first time I have written. Thanks for all that you have taught. I'm sure you are overwhelmed at times. I'll try to keep this brief. I had mercury poisoning 6 years ago. Amalgam fillings. No traditional Dr. would listen, acknowledge or treat me. Some actually got angry that I might actually know something about my body.

It caused erratic BP spikes. going from normal to 220/150 in minutes, while at rest, reading, eating, shopping etc. Never from exertion. I had chest cramps off and on deep in the pec muscle, and around my left nipple. (still to this day). We believe in herbs and natural healing. So I chelated (naturally), detoxed, did flushes etc. AND had the fillings removed. When the last one was removed the spikes stopped. It took 4 years to eliminate the mercury to a safe level.

As a result I have been on Lisinopril for BP. Over the years I have been able to get down to 1 quarter the dose. Sometimes my BP is normal or below normal for a couple weeks, then it goes up to 140's or 150's/ over 90's-100s and stays for a week. Then the pattern repeats. I recently did a "juice feast" for 36 days. Detoxing with veggie juices I juiced (approx 4 liters per day). Felt great, got off all meds for 28 days. BP was always low. On day 32 my BP went to 150/100 and has stayed there. Like something went "click" in my body. The lisinopril pill, even full dose is suddenly not very effective anymore. NOTE: sometimes 2 or 3 beers at night will lower my BP to normal or below, but give me a rapid pulse. 95 bpm Vasodilation due to alcohol? I know, beer is not a good solution. :-)

I have tried ACV, potassium, electrolytes, mag chloride, some edta for arteries. coconut oil. Your nitric oxide BP formula works wonderfully. But I know it's not a long term solution. The "Revised" formula with Sodium Sulfide and potassium nitrate has not worked at all at 12 drops in water. Other symptoms that may help. Low energy, nipple and chest cramping. Left pec always sore. Sometimes a sharp pain in deep. Cholesterol is fair. not too high. DR. said I'm pre-diabetic. Sugar was 119 a year ago.

Ted, I've tried so much. I'm at a loss. I don't know why the hydrogen sulfide formula does nothing for me. I was hoping. I read and re-read your posts, absorbing what you say so I can learn. I want to lead a normal life. I'm 55 and look 40. My weight is 10lbs over but fat around my abdomen (I know, it's the bad fat area). Thanks for any advise. I'm hoping you'll respond but I'll understand if you cannot due to being overloaded. You are a genuinely kind person. the world needs more like you... and it is appreciated.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
10/18/2012
The "Revised" formula with Sodium Sulfide and potassium nitrate has not worked at all at 12 drops in water.

It has not worked because I used sodium sulfide with potassium nitrite, not potassium nitrate solutions. And always it has to be taken with or in a potassium carbonate solutions. The body is too acidic for the nitrite to work effectively.

Ted

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
10/18/2012
Hi Ted, Thanks for the quick response. I'm sorry. that was sloppy of me as I wrote it incorrectly. THIS is the one I took that did not work for me: 2.5 grams sodium nitrite and .5 grams of sodium sulfide 30 cc water. This one DID work. but I don't think you meant for it to be taken every 4 hrs every day:

  • 6 grams of potassium carbonate.
  • 3 grams of sodium nitrite
  • Add water to 30 cc, and put in a 30 cc dropper bottle

Are you saying I need to take BOTH at the same time? Forgive me but I want to make sure I get this right. Thank you again Ted."


10/18/2012: M replies: "The major formula is nitrite in a strong alkaline solution such as potassium carbonate. Sodium sulfide forms chemical messenger hydrogen sulfide for people who don't respond to the first formula and maybe added. I can go into a lot of detail but in this limited time, you can replace sulfide with sodium thiosulfate as the chlorine in tap water is a common cause of high blood pressure too, besides sugar, acid blood, heavy metals, and excitotoxins.
Ted

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